Innovation Grant

May 29, 2017 Innovation Grant

IMU Learning and Teaching Innovation Grant

IMU wants to be a centre of excellence in learning and teaching. These innovations may be in the area of delivery, content, curriculum, management and assessment of education. The goal of the Grant is to reward and recognise innovation in teaching and learning. The burden will be on the applicants to demonstrate the link with teaching and learning and its applicability in the local setting.

Some of the areas that are eligible for the grant is as followings:

  • improvement in classroom delivery
  • innovation in teaching, learning and assessment to meet stated objectives
  • implementation of new pedagogies
  • implementation of new technologies to achieve learning outcomes
  • development of novel teaching approaches and materials to support students with diverse needs
  • assessment activities
  • implementation of teaching and learning in out-of-class experiences
  • development of portfolio-of-learning
  • programme/curriculum evaluation

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Innovation grant project reports

Perception towards Anatomy Teaching with Cadaver
Cho Min Naing & Mangala Kumara
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Knowledge about the pandemic influenza A (H1N1) and willingness to accept vaccination: a cross-sectional survey
Naing, C. & Tan, R.Y.P. J Public Health (2011) 19: 511.
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Evaluation of usefulness of reflective summary writing with a mind map to enhance the PBL learning process
Sneha Ravindranath, Warnakula Kusum De Abrew & Vishna Devi Nadarajah
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Improving implementation of PBLs in Chiropractic program at International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Let’s start with “Restaurant type” PBL
Ni Ni Win, Vishna Devi Nadarajah, Daw Khin Win
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PBL Facilitation Skills amongst Faculty at the International Medical University
Sushela Devi Somanath, Ammu Radhakrishnan, Gnanajothy Ponnudurai, Hla Yee Yee, Chen Yu Sui, Wai Phyo Win & Christein Ariaranee
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Assessment of Professionalism in Problem-based Learning Sessions
Hla Yee Yee, Gnanajothy Ponnudurai, Wai Phyo Win, Daw Kim Win
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