The Centre for Learning and Teaching organised a seminar on "Connectivity or Complementarity? A European Discourse on Effective School and Workplace Learning in the Light of the German Dual System of Apprenticeship" of the Distinguished Lecture Series on 19 May 2014. The seminar gave
Extended reading 延伸閱讀 Angelo, T. A. & Cross, P. (1993). Classroom Assessment Techniques, A Handbook for College Teachers (2nd ed.). San Francisco: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Gibbs, G., Jenkins, A. & Wisker, G. (1992). Assessing More Students. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff an
Everyone has their own preference or style in how they receive information for learning. There are many schools of thought on learning style. In March of 2014, the Centre for Learning and Teaching invited Neil D. Fleming, the former director of Education Centre of Lincoln University i
There is no denying that ‘Interest increases learning.’ (Schraw, Flowerday and Lehman, 2001). In order to motivate students to learn, teachers can incorporate students' preferred elements into teaching and learning activities. Findings of Student Intake Survey in AY2012 (Webline July
Flipping the Classroom “means that students watch or listen to lessons at home and do their ‘homework’ in class” (Fulton, 2012, p13), with an aim to allow more interactions between students and teachers in class so as to enable learning through constructivism.
The current vocational education and training (VET) environment is changing faster than ever. We are facing both external and internal challenges. Externally, there are keen competitions among institutions while internally, the reputation of an institution and the capability to delive