‘Virtual Microbes’ From The Faculty Of Biotechnology And Biomolecular Sciences Won A Gold Medal In The Teaching And Learning K-Novasi Competition 2018. | FACULTY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOMOLECULAR SCIENCES
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‘Virtual Microbes’ from the Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences won a gold medal in the Teaching and Learning K-Novasi Competition 2018.

Dr. Eddie Chia Suet Lin and his team members; Asssoc. Prof. Dr. Wan Zuhainis Saad, Dr. Adelene Song Ai Lian, Dr. Saila Ismail and Dr. Amalia Mohd Hashim from the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences has won a gold medal for poster presentation in the K-Novasi 2018 held on 16th -18th of January 2018 in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. 

The carnival was organized by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, in line with the higher education transformation plan by the Ministry of Higher Education of Malaysia to produce Malaysian graduates equipped with 21st century skills. The objectives of the carnival were to enhance the knowledge and skills of academics in teaching and learning as well as to share ideas and views on teaching and learning.

Dr. Eddie Chia and his team members presented “Virtual Microbes” , a virtual peer learning technique in learning microbiology with technology. The approach features the use of online Web 2.0 tools such as Kahoot, Canva, Padlet etc. by undergraduate students from various universities where the students were required to use the tools to discuss and solve the tasks related to microbiology in groups.  

Congratulations to Dr. Eddie Chia and his team!

Prepared by:

Dr. Amalia Mohd Hashim

Department of Microbiology

 

 

Date of Input: 22/01/2018 | Updated: 05/02/2018 | hirfarizan

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