CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE – CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND INSTRUCTION

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Certificate of Professional Practice – Curriculum Development & Instruction
Accredited by LTTC, UK

Overview

The course helps participants become creative and effective in pedagogy training with emphasis on increased student performance and achievement. They will learn how to analyse, manage and improve children’s behaviours and attitudes towards schoolwork and learning responsibilities. They will be taught the different degrees of cognitive and social emotional skills of children between 5 to 16 years old as well as be equipped with strategies on sharing effective and standard feedbacks to children with learning disabilities. Participants are given equal opportunities to learn from hands-on activities like role plays, small group activities, teaching exercises, case studies, etc.

Aim

Develop and deliver lessons that increase children’s learning performances and achievements.

Objectives

Participants will :
– Learn how a student’s cognitive skills; behaviour and attitude towards schoolwork; learning techniques; and social-emotional skills affect performance as an individual
– Learn how to design activities and curriculum to enhance the various aspects above.
– Learn how to design activities and curriculum to enhance the various aspects above.

Content

Identify the qualities of a good communicator/ presenter

  • Kids: I Don’t Forget, just not Interested!
  • Behavioural Challenges and Management
  • Reversal Learning
  • Emotion vs Social Skills
  • Classroom Creativity
  • Teaching Therapy
  • Increasing Learning Comprehension
  • Mind Map (by Tony Buzan)
  • Effective Strategies in Providing Feedbacks
  • B.L.E

Course Duration

8 weeks on a part-time study for 4 hours per session. Sessions include classroom discussions/participation, hands-on training activities and peer teaching practice.

Teacher-Student Ratio

1:15

Assessment

  • Classroom and Online Forum Participation
  • Lesson Planning
  • Peer Teaching
  • Written Theory Examination

Admission Criteria

  • Minimum 3 “O” levels with credit in English
  • Any other recognized Certification, Diploma or Degree
  • Mature candidates by interview and approval from the School