Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Dr Christopher John Hill

Lecturer, School of Humanities

Email: chill@ntu.edu.sg
Dr Christopher John Hill

Biography
Dr Christopher Hill is a Lecturer in the Language and Communication Centre (LCC). He has been teaching for 13 years at universities in New Zealand, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore. He holds degrees in film criticism, multimedia communication and literature, and is currently involved in developing the LCC's academic communication courses for the Humanities and ADM.
Research Interests
His research focuses on writing pedagogy including: learning transfer, peer review and student-partnered learning.
Current Projects
  • Design and development of digital coaching environment for Deeper Experiential Engagement Projects: co-evolution of education with Artificial Intelligence
  • The status and functions of English as an academic language in Indonesian higher education
Selected Publications
  • Kristina Marie Tom, Christopher John Hill, Steven Robert Adam. (2019, March). Student-Faculty Partnership: Co-Designing the Curriculum. Paper presented at NTU Annual Learning and Teaching Conference: from Good to Great, NTU.
  • Kristina Marie Tom, Steve Adam, Christopher Hill. (2019, January). Student-Faculty Partnership: Co-Designing the Curriculum.. Paper presented at from Good to GREAT 2019: NTU Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Nanyang Technological University.
  • Hseih, Yi-Chin and Christopher Hill. (2018). Investigating the peer review process in English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) courses in Singapore. LCC Working Paper Series, (5), 79-91.
  • Hill, Christopher, Susan Khoo and Hsieh Yi-Chin. (2018). An investigation into the learning transfer of English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) writing skills of Engineering students.. LCC Working Paper Series, (5), 67-78.
  • Hill Christopher, Khoo Phaik Suan Susan. (2017). “An investigation into the learning transfer of English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) writing skills of Engineering students.” LCC Working Papers.. LCC Working Paper Series, (4).

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