CDTA12013 | Inclusive Teaching, Sharing Practices
Sharing Session: Inclusive learning in classroom curricular and activities through authentic learning pedagogy
For NUS Staff
Credit Hours: 1.00
Fee: Free
No Available Class

Different students naturally engage a module at various levels to maximise their learning. This may be attributed by educational experiences, social environment, or even the basic cognitive structure of the individual. In this session, I will be sharing my approach in classroom curricular design using authentic learning, and student feedback to these innovative classroom activities. Authentic learning is an approach in which the learning tasks and assessments are situated within the context of real world situations to maximise learning, "allowing students to experience the same-problem solving challenges" as they would in real world (Herrington, Reeves & Oliver, 2014). I use a variety of approaches in designing classroom activities to engage students with different prior experiences and learning strengths. This is particularly important in a residential college setting as students are enrolled in small classroom seminar-style modules (15 students per class), which are multidisciplinary in nature. To be updated

Intended Learning Outcomes

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Offered by the Centre for Development of Teaching & Learning (CDTL)