Through the United Board Faculty Scholarship Program, promising young faculty from selected United Board network institutions in Asia pursue advanced degree study, taught in English in an Asian country outside their own.
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This webinar will focus on how resilient higher education institutions, spurred by COVID-19, are leveraging existing technologies to develop strategies and policies suited for the “new normal” environment.
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.
An Enduring Guide for Teaching and Learning
As a chemistry professor, principal, and advocate for whole person education, Mercy Pushpalatha has relied upon Bloom’s taxonomy as a guide for teaching and learning.Now, as a program consultant for the United Board, Dr. Mercy introduces Bloom’s taxonomy at faculty development workshops for South Asian educators.
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.”
The United Board conducted a survey to better understand the application of digital learning within colleges and universities in Asia.
Presenters described some of the steps their institutions have taken to prepare faculty for online teaching.
United Board shares the recent loss of two members of our extended family.
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.