Effective learning is when learners are able to reveal their thinking in their learning process. In addition, learners must be engaged in their learning which is only possible when they are motivated to learn. Thus, the delivery of learning should be done in a manner that is relevant, meaningful and memorable that suits the different styles of learners.
At the end of programme, participants will be able to:
- Describe the different learning styles
- Deliver effective lessons
- Prompt feedback from learners in various ways
Who May Attend
For lecturers, teachers and trainers who are directly involved in a teaching and learning environment
|Section 1||Learning Styles
Types of learning styles
Understanding the different types of learning styles
Assessing one’s learning styles
|Section 2||Teaching Strategies
|Section 3||Effective Learning
Various learning activities
Understanding learners’ needs
|Section 4||Practice session on delivering interesting lessons
Manjuladevi Ramalingam is a very experienced and professional educationist. Her interest in the field of English Language development has proved her to be an industrious, capable and excellent communicator. She has more than 15 years of experience in the field of education.
Manjula specializes in English Language Teaching as well as Effective Communication Skills. She has been and effective lecturer at her previous higher learning institution for the past 12 years. In addition, she has also been freelancing at various local public universities. Apart from that, she has also provided in-house trainings for the lecturers at her previous work place, both in teaching techniques and communication skills.
Manjula has also co-authored three books which are already available in the market, namely, English for Professional Communication – Business and Commerce; Social Science and Humanities and Science and Engineering.
Being a trained teacher in the field of English language, she determined to specialize further in the field by obtaining a Bachelor of Art (Hons) and Masters of Arts, both majoring in English language.