In facilitating student learning, it is essential to know how students learned so as to design activities to help student learning.
Every student is an independent individual. They all learn differently. Apart from the nature of the contents to be learned, student learning depends on a number of factors related to students themselves. Amongst which, their learning experiences (not limited to learning in schools but also include their learning in their daily experiences) shape their personality and attitudes as well as learning styles. It is important to understand how these factors impact on student learning in order to facilitate student learning.
Post secondary students are generally in their adolescent stage. The changing roles from child to adult will bring them a lot of issues, which are not directly related to their learning, but will have important impacts on their concentration on, and priority of, their learning. It is important that teachers are sensitive to students engaged in such issues and be able to provide appropriate helps so that they can regain their momentum in learning.
This Programme provides two modules to help teachers understand their students learned.