Understand learning styles & support engagement in multi-cultural groups!
How you teach a class, how you present information and even the types of resources you use all have significant impact on leaning outcomes. This session examines how these choices will be affected by the learner group dynamic and individual cohort, providing a practical look at classroom implications for the teacher in adapting methods, resources and approaches for monocultural and multicultural cohorts.
vetr is very pleased to welcome Special Guest Rachel Taylor to explore ways of breaking down the barriers in multi-cultural classes.
Date: Thursday 13 June 2019
Time: 2.00pm AEST
Duration: 1 hour
Investment: $39.60 inc GST.
Discount! for VET PD Series subscribers - Use your Voucher Code when registering!
What we'll cover
Learning styles & interaction patterns
Breaking down the barriers in multi-cultural classes
Our Special Guest - Rachel Taylor
Rachel Leigh Taylor has more than 20 years’ experience teaching, designing, managing and quality auditing in the VET sector in Australia and abroad. Rachel has a passion for using student data to inform educational reform, and assess the quality of VET service provision.
With a background in second language education, Rachel has a strong focus on simplifying educational resources for ease of use and promoting professional development for trainers in how to adapt their practises to enhance learning and assessment outcomes.
As an avid VET practitioner who regularly provides professional development webinars and training workshops across state/territory and national platforms, she brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table in discussing VET issues and directions for the professionalisation and promotion of VET as the underpinning educational sector for career and vocational outcomes both nationally and internationally.
A Statement of Attendance is available for issue on completion of the event's activities.
The recording of the live webinar will be available to participants for 7 days after the event.