The Journal of the NUS Teaching Academy (JNUSTA) is a new international online journal. JNUSTA seeks to create and nurture a global network of academics and educators who will discuss ongoing changes and future trends in tertiary education.
Acknowledgement: Mr Leong Qixiang NUS Physics Observatory. Telescope Specification : 17" Plain-Wave CDK (F6.8 Corrected Dall-Kirkham) Astrograph Telescope (Dual carbon-fiber truss design) equipped with a 4" Takahashi (Hydrogen Alpha Solarscope) on the computerized Showa 25E German Equatorial Mount.
True brilliance is the ability to take what knowledge you harbor and use it in ways to benefit all those around you.
Disclaimer: All articles published represent the opinion of the
authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy of the
NUS Teaching Academy.
Address: JNUSTA, NUS Teaching Academy, National
University of Singapore, Central Library Annexe, Level 7, 10
Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119260. Email:
Leggett, A. J. (2014). How an undergraduate education in philosophy has helped me in physics?. Journal of the NUS Teaching AcView as PDF
Wilkinson, D. (2014). Towards a common dialogue: The contribution of the humanities to science education and scientific discoView as PDF
Chan, S. C. (2014). The interplay between physics and philosophy in undergraduate education. Journal of the NUS Teaching AcadView as PDF
Loke, A. (2014). The benefits of studying philosophy for science education. Journal of the NUS Teaching Academy, 4(1), 27-35.View as PDF
Ang, E. T., Yip, G., Lim, E. C. H., & Sugand, K. (2014). Learning undergraduate human anatomy – reflections on undergraView as PDF
Udalagama, C., Tan, M. H., Lim, G. Q., & Tan, T. J. (2014). “Ways of getting your hands dirty”: Activity-based tutoriView as PDF