The UPM Educator Day Program was held on 5 and 6 December 2018 at the Multipurpose Hall, Centre for the Advancement of Language Competence (CALC), UPM. A total of over 200 academic staff and student have been present. The program is organized by the Centre for Academic Development (CADe) in collaboration with Centre for the Advancement of Language Competence (CALC) and UPM’s Academician Association (PPAUPM). UPM Educator Day is a program to celebrate the contribution and commitment of UPM's academic staff in teaching, research and professional services.
The two-day program is full of activities such as sharing sessions with 11 academic staffs who have presented topics on the theme of the program, "Humanising Education through Affective Teaching". The program features a mix of experienced academic staff such as Prof. Dr. Abdul Mua'ti @ Zamri Ahmad and Prof. Dr. Azali Mohamed and new lecturers such as Dr. Mohd. Mursyid Arshad and Dr. Salmah Jan Noor Muhammad.
In addition, participants will be able to visit the Innovation Gallery Walk with 20 exhibitions of teaching and learning innovation by GIPP researchers (Research Incentive Grants for Teaching and Learning, T&L) and AFNC-KP winner (Vice-Chancellor Fellowship-Teaching Category).
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and International) UPM, YBhg. Prof. Dr. M. Iqbal Saripan has taken the time to officiate the program and also announce the pre-launch of the two MOOC (Massive Open Onlice Course) courses to be published by CADe, Outcome Based Education (OBE) and Imagineering Innocreative Educators.
The program is also embarked on a revelatory declaration of "Mencapai Takah Murabi" by Dr. Marzni Mohamed Mokhtar is accompanied by a piano music by Dr. Mas Nida Md. Khambari from Faculty of Education. Language teachers from CALC also had the opportunity to highlight their talents through singing and choir from the "The Voices of CALC" group.
Date of Input: 12/12/2018 | Updated: 12/12/2018 | azryadeny
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