AD133: Teaching Diverse Adult Learners

 

Session 1:

21 Mar 2024(Thu) 
1830 hrs - 2130 hrs
Mode: Online

 

Course Level: 
Introductory


Target Participants: 
Associates and Faculty

Registration: 
Invited Associates / Faculty will receive the registration details via email from TLC approximately four weeks before workshop.


Synopsis 

Adults bring with them a range of knowledge, skills, motivations, as well as work and life experiences to the learning context. How might facilitators leverage on this multiplicity of learning backgrounds, rather than pitch their lessons in a one-size-fits-all manner aimed at, and held ransom to, the hypothetical “average” learner?

This synchronous three-hour online session aims to engage participants in exploring the principles, components and some practical strategies for differentiated instruction.

Learning Outcomes 

At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:
  1. Examine principles and components of differentiated instruction
  2. Analyse diversity of adult learners (Readiness, Interests and Learning Preferences)
  3. Design several pedagogical strategies for differentiated instruction
  4. Apply growth mindsets in differentiated instruction


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