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MOST PROMISING ACADEMICIAN AWARD

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DESCRIPTION 
BASIC CRITERIA FOR CANDIDATE :
  • General requirements

    • Permanent/ contract academic member of staff
    • 1-5 years of teaching experience at tertiary level
    • Aged not more than 35 years on 1st January of the year of the award.
    • Malaysian citizen only

    Has not been previous recipient of the University Academic Award in any category

CANDIDATATURE PROCEDURES:

The nomination of the academic member of staff by the faculty for this award is based on:

  • Annual Work Target/ Annual Appraisal (minimum 80%)
  • Has achieved ”Blended learning” status in KALAM
  • E-PAT Marks (Minimum average marks of 85% for all courses taught in the year evaluated)

Each faculty/centre is required to nominate minimum 2 qualified academic members of staff for the Most Promising Academician Awards. The names of shortlisted candidates at faculty/ centre level will be forwarded by the University Academic Awards committee to CAIC

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE CANDIDATE:

Award Application Form

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) and the candidate’s achievements
  • Brief statement of innovation in teaching & learning implemented. 

Important note: Candidate should be prepared to submit course file/ teaching file/ teaching folder and teaching portfolio if shortlisted. Confirmation of the candidature will be made by the organizing committee directly to the candidate.

TEACHING PORTFOLIO FORMAT:

Using 2D 50mm white folder with hard cover

The contents should be arranged separately using file divider in the following order:

Table of content

Resume

Teaching Philosophy

Teaching Innovation & Approaches

E-PAT results with students’ comments

Recognitions/ Achievements/ Services provided

Publications/ Conferences attended

T&L Self development activities @ courses attended

Other supporting documents

Note: Other documents can be included to support the application

COURSE FILE/TEACHING FILE/TEACHING FOLDER FORMAT:   According to each faculty’s respective course file format

EVALUATION PROCESS

First Stage Evaluation (40%)

Practicum (30%)

  • Professional Peer Evaluation - dean, colleagues and students (20%)

 Evaluation of portfolio (50%)  is made based on exisiting T & L elements (preparation of instructional aids, lecture materials and references, assessment methods and learning outcomes) as well as the following additional elements:

  • Teaching philosophy and innovation
  • Research and publications
  • Academic recognition
  • Services to the university
  • Supervision

Second/ Final Stage Evaluation (60%)

Final Evaluation (for candidates who obtain 80% and above in the First Stage Evaluation)

  • Mock teaching
  • Interview with the panel