The 21st Century Training for New Teachers is aimed at new teachers in vocational colleges and application-oriented universities, which introduced Australian international courses and teachers, in order to systematically improve the international teaching ability of new teachers and help them grow in their positions and professions.

 

Highlights

  •    Improve the vision of globalization education for new teachers in colleges and universities
  •    Focus on the needs of the industry and the important technologies and capabilities of the 21st century
  •   Competency-based curriculum development, teaching and evaluation
  •   Innovate teaching and learning methods
  •   Teachers are constantly growing and learning as learners

  Main contents of the training

  1.   21st Century University

Take a certain institution as an example, how to construct “demonstration unit” and use “constructive combination” design mode to teach and learn effectively.

  1.   Industry needs and capabilities

Guide trainees to focus on industry needs, develop, teach and evaluate courses based on capability.

  1.   Theories of learning

Introduce behaviorism theory model, humanism model, information processing theory model, activity theory model and situation learning theory model.

  1.   Graduate ability

Focus on key technologies and competencies of the 21st century, incorporate graduation competencies into academic modules, as well as encourage and support students to develop their “competency sets”.

  1.   Assessable activities

Innovate teaching and learning methods, design evaluable “do”, “say”, “write” task activities. Advocate active inquiry learning methods such as project-based, question-based, case study methods, etc.

  1.    Teacher’s learning tendency

Encourage teachers to keep trying to conduct in-depth inquiry, relevance learning, growth learning, and create meaning as learners; Focus on learning strategies, motivation and creativity.

 

What are the benefits of the courses?

  • Guide students to focus on industry needs, develop, teach and evaluate courses based on capability
  • Focus on the key technologies and competencies of the 21st century; Incorporate graduation competencies into academic modules and encourage and support students to develop their own “competency sets”
  • Innovate teaching and learning methods, design evaluable “do”, “say”, “write” task activities. Advocate active inquiry learning methods such as project-based, question-based, case study methods, etc.
  • Encourage teachers to keep trying to conduct in-depth inquiry, relevance learning, growth learning, and create meaning as learners; Focus on learning strategies, motivation and creativity.