Dr. Robert Chen


Dr. Robert Chen is an associate professor, an experienced medical doctor, and an author. He practiced medicine in Canada for 25 years prior to volunteering in India and Thailand. He graduated from medical school from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

He has been involved in medical education for many years. He was a faculty member at the University of British Columbia “TIPS” (Teaching Improvement Project Systems) to train other faculty members and graduate students of other faculties such as Nursing, Pharmacy, Engineering, Architecture, Social Work and Anthropology among others.

He has taught undergraduate medical students in his private medical clinic, nursing students, post-graduate Nurse Practitioners, and in the Advanced Nursing Program of the North West Territories (NWT) in the subarctic region of Canada, as well as teaching post-graduate students in Family Medicine in Malaysia.

He has been rated by students at Monash University Malaysia (where he taught for 3 years) and at the University Tunku Abdul Rahman (where he is currently an Associate Professor for the last 4 years) as an excellent teacher. He has received commendation from the President of University Tunku Abdul Rahman for his excellence in teaching.


Many new, young, and even experienced lecturers struggle to make their lectures interesting, interactive and fun for students to learn.

This book will teach you how to make your lectures fun and memorable so that students will enjoy attending your lectures and make them want to come, and most importantly… they will want to learn from you!


  • Plan your lectures according to your curriculum “Lesson Plan”.
  • Design your lectures so that it fits in the time allotted to you.
  • Deliver your lectures so that it is fun, stimulating and interactive.
  • Evaluate your lectures through ‘on the spot’ assessments.
  • Carry your lectures into a cohesive plan.
  • Make students want to learn from you.


Design your lectures to make them fun, interactive and stimulating for students.

  • Shorten your planning time.
  • Have fun with your students.
  • Make your sessions interactive.
  • Deliver interesting teaching sessions.
  • Do short, quick ‘on the spot’ assessment.
  • Encourage the quiet student.
  • Deal with the noisy or aggressive student.
  • Make your teaching relevant.
  • Keep control of the classroom.
  • Deliver with charisma.
  • Create cohesive teaching plans.
  • Make students want to come to your lectures.