Senior Lecturer Kar Ming Chong has demonstrated leadership by pioneering adoption, implementation, and dissemination of an innovative and active learning and teaching approach, labelled the ‘flipped classroom’ approach, since 2011. This approach introduces students to lecture content outside of the classroom so that they can use class time to actively engage with the content and with each other. Kar Ming supports this approach with various technologies to replace face-to-face lectures, to facilitate within and between team collaborations, and to continually assess student peers’ team performance throughout the semester, to achieve learning outcomes in teamwork, oral communication and critical thinking.
Kar Ming's contributions to teaching and student learning have been recognised by peers with national, UNSW and Faculty teaching awards.
Kar Ming's teaching approach influences teaching practices within the School and Faculty, especially academic coordinators of courses with large enrolments (600-1000 students).
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Learning and Teaching
- Student learning
- Learning and teaching curriculum design
- Assessment and feedback
- Peer review of curriculum
- Course convening Integrating technologies into learning and teaching General teaching methods
Learning and Teaching Awards and Grants
- Development of an application for a faculty learning and teaching award
- Development of an application for a UNSW Award for Teaching
- Development of an application for a national learning and teaching award
- Development of an application for a learning and teaching fellowship e.g. Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Supporting critical reflection through listening and asking questions
Conditions for mentoring facilitation
- one-on-one mentoring
- group mentoring
Academic level of potential mentees
- Lecturer A-D
- professional staff
Willing to mentor within my discipline and/or across disciplines.