15 - 16 June, 2016
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

Claire O'Malley


Dean of Science, Faculty of Science, School of Psychology
The University of Nottingham


10:20 Panel: Fostering teacher innovation to create a culture of blended learning in the Asia

  • Ensuring staff have the right skill sets to utilise technology and understand the pedagogy that supports it
  • Using the a a affordances of technology to change staff mind-sets and create higher adaption and adoption rates
  • Allowing for individual teaching styles to achieve buy-in of academics
  • Fostering an understanding of student and academic expectations from technology use and challenges in today‚Äôs continuously evolving online learning environments

11:10 Creating an engaging and effective student learning experience in a digitally blended learning environment

  • Understanding different student generational motivations and outcomes across blended and traditional course delivery to guide changes and improve student experiences
  • Meeting the needs of different generational learning patterns and fostering an e-learning mindset across the diverse student populations to achieve greater engagement
  • Ensuring student performance and engagement by understanding the processes involved in effective collaborative learning and designing computer supported collaborative learning environments that support such learning
  • Examining the psychology of learning and how it can shape the design and delivery of your blended learning programmes in a rapidly evolving digital environment to ensure successful higher student engagement.
  • Leveraging the role that electronic devices and social media can play in lifting your student engagement and improving the effectiveness of your student learning experiences.


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Claire.

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