Ideally, students should have a meaningful, relevant, engaging learning experience that challenges their preconceptions, encourages critical thinking and equips them to initiate change in their communities.
Today’s students learn more and are engaged more effectively by directly participating rather than passively receiving information. The teacher’s role is shifting from a lecturer to a facilitator of credible public internet resources and dynamic group discussion and activities. This is part of a larger shift in education from a teacher-centred to a more student-centred approach. This shift demands advanced teaching and learning methods as well as innovative technological tools.
During this 1-day intensive training workshop on Teaching Excellence, we will explore the six principles of Self development and lifelong learning.