Associates are the lynchpins in the learning and teaching environment at Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). Being industry experts in your own right, you engage, inspire, and enable our students to innovatively apply the knowledge and skills they learn at their workplace. Like most of our associates, you’ll also probably gain from the valuable insights that your students share during the course of your interactions.
To support you in your various teaching and course development roles at SUSS, the Teaching & Learning Centre (TLC) has put together a range of online modules, workshops and talks, and resources that you can tap on. TLC faculty members are also on hand to mentor and support you in your teaching endeavours, so feel free to stop by for a chat with any of us.
In order to be deployed to teach and develop courses at SUSS, you’ll need to complete the mandatory courses below, based on the role(s) you’ll play. These modules provide contextual knowledge and skills you require to operate effectively in the SUSS organisational environment.Learn More
Throughout the year, TLC organises workshops and talks to introduce you to a range of teaching methods and tools that would help you facilitate your students’ learning more effectively.Learn More
Each year, the Schools identify associates who epitomise teaching excellence at SUSS for the Teaching Excellence and Merit Awards. These associates are honoured at the Faculty Appreciation Dinner, and are asked to share their best teaching practices with other associates.Learn More
To further nurture and build this culture of informed practice, we’re launching the Innovative Seed Grant in July 2014. The aim is to encourage associate faculty members who have taught at SUSS for at least two semesters to explore innovative approaches to teaching (which may include the incorporation of technology), with the view to improving our students’ learning and enhancing their learning experience.Learn More
Since 2012, schools have been nominating one associate each year to be its Associate Faculty Champion. Working closely with TLC faculty, the AFCs shape and implement their pedagogical inquiry in their courses over the period of a calendar year. The data collected are systematically analysed and evaluated, resulting in concrete recommendations to improve the course delivery and students’ learning. These projects have yielded tangible initiatives and improvements at the course- and programme-level.Learn More