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CLT Distinguished Lecture Series: Seminar on “Mystery of Learning Fields and Diagnostic Teacher-competence”

CLT Distinguished Lecture Series: Seminar on “Mystery of Learning Fields and Diagnostic Teacher-competence”

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2017/02/27 (Monday)


10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Room 701, Yeung Kai-yin Memorial Lecture Theatre, VTC Tower









Dr. Margot Ohlms

About the Facilitator

Dr. Margot Ohlms is a consultant in the area of development and coordination of framework curricula for vocational education within the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder (KMK) in Germany. Before that, she had spent 6 years working as a graduate participant in the program “Individual Advancement for Vocational Schools” in the Department of Commercial Vocational Training of the University Paderborn and conducted research on diagnostic competences of vocational teachers.

She has 25 years of experience in teaching at vocational schools, and was head of the department for occupations in the field of gastronomy, nutrition and food. She was responsible for the traineeship of student teachers and apprentices; worked on diagnostic and empathic perspective with a focus on objectives and results; and is proactive and convincing with an intercultural understanding.

About the Seminar

Learning fields are a symbol for the dogmatic change from a subject- and scientific-oriented education to an orientation on vocational activities. Trainees learn in so-called learning situations and combine different competences in a complex network. The educational objective is to develop occupational competence. Well trained vocational teachers support this objective with their diagnostic competence.

Medium of Instruction

This seminar will be conducted in English.


For enquiries, please contact us for details:

Mr Eddie Yu
Tel: 2836 1810

Ms Gloria Chung
Tel: 2919 1557

Enrolment Procedures

Please enrol online. Applications will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis. The attendance record of this lecture will be sent to HRD for updating participants’ CPD records.