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- Reflective practice
- Attributes & skills of an adult educator
- Constructivist approaches to teaching
- Planning & preparation
- Developing program objectives
- Motivating adults to learn
- Course portfolio
- The lecture
- Demonstrations & simulations
- The discussion
- Critical thinking techniques
- The case study
- Flexible delivery
- Frame of reference
- The professional learning community
- The information-processing and behavioural systems
- The social & personal families
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
- Audio-Video streaming
- Online Assessment
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject is based on an approach to teacher development, which requires participants to become well versed in key learning theories and to illustrate such understanding through a demonstration of selected teaching skills in personal teaching situations. This subject encourages participants to be reflective about the implementation of various teaching skills and their role as a facilitator of learning through the application of a personal teaching portfolio.
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- Essay (40%)
- Report — Teaching for quality learning (60%)
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