Excellence in Teaching Award (Adjunct Lecturer) 2017


The Excellence in Teaching (EIT) Award (Adjunct Lecturer) aims to recognize adjunct lecturers who have consistently displayed the characteristics of good teaching in their classes. These characteristics include the following:

The excellent lecturer is clear, interesting and enthusiastic when teaching.

The excellent lecturer prepares and organises his/her lessons well so that students and adult learners are able to understand the logic and structure of the subject matter being studied. He/She makes difficult concepts look easy.

The excellent lecturer is clear, interesting and enthusiastic when teaching.

The excellent lecturer uses appropriate and effective methods and teaching aids to foster learning.

The excellent lecturer is encouraging and relates well to students and adult learners. He/She also relates well with colleagues, readily sharing his/her knowledge and experience to help them improve their teaching.
SGD $500, Certificate & Plaque
1. Nominees are appointed as adjunct lecturers and taught in SP for at least a year.
2. Nominees could be teaching in MOE Full-Time, MOE Part-Time or PACE courses.
3. Full Time SP Academic staff are not eligible for this award.
4. Nominees must have student feedback scores of 4.0 or above for at least two courses or periods of feedback done.
5. For nominees who have been awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award (Adjunct Lecturer) in 2013 to 2015 cannot be considered for this year’s award nomination.
Nominations may be made by SP academic staff, fellow adjunct lecturers, full-time and part-time students using prescribed nomination forms available.
15th April 2017

Jayaraj Bala Krishnan
Email : [email protected]  Tel: 68704772

Download Nomination Form (Students/Participants)
Download Form (Staff/Adjunct Lecturers)
The Award winners will be announced in July 2016. Participants should note that the judges' decision is final. The prize money will be presented as a cheque and given at the 2016 EETC award ceremony.


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