Debora Sudjito and other alumni of the Whole Person Education Academy produced two webinars to help their peers manage the transition to online teaching and learning.
A Humanistic Approach to Teaching and Learning
Martha Nandari combines a humanistic approach to teaching with creative use of technology.
Taking a Holistic Approach to Education
Hope Antone, who develops strategies and oversees programs for faculty enhancement in whole person education, shares her perspective on whole person education in her native country, the Philippines.
Internalizing the Value of Integrity
Marcella Simandjuntak has combined her knowledge of Indonesian society, law, and culture with her international training in anti-corruption practices to help develop the curriculum for an anti-corruption faculty training program.
Human Connectivity, Solidarity, and Cooperation
Jeane Peracullo finds evidence of human connectivity in transnational women’s movements, and her current research project aims to “deepen the understanding of women helping other women, across borders, nationalities, ideologies and cultures.”
A Treasure Trove of Knowledge and Ideas
Alvyn Mana-ay deepened his knowledge of food safety when he enrolled in the master of science program in food safety and toxicology at the University of Hong Kong (HKU), with support from the United Board’s Faculty Scholarship Program.
The First Step is Asking “Why?”
Galvin Ngo encourages teachers to reflect on their practice and then consider how these tools can help design and facilitate better learning experiences.
Strengthening the University Ecosystem
One lesson Anne Candelaria took away from her experience as a United Board Fellow is that a university is an ecosystem.
Promoting Outcomes-based Education
Quality assurance can be an opportunity to enhance faculty members’ understanding of their roles in today’s outcome-based education, according to Nichanan Sakolvieng.
Quality Assurance: An Imperative from Within
Francis Evangelista, head of the Quality Assurance Office at Miriam College, wants his colleagues to understand quality assurance as “an imperative from within.”