- Students move from simple to more complex tasks. Foundation subjects will enable the learner to apply individual concepts/theories to an activity, while later projects will require the application of multiple concepts/theories.
- Learners will have the ability to self-asses against certain skill based tasks to determine their current level and develop a personalized learning experience.
- Become a role model for student interest.
- Get to know your students
- Use examples freely.
- Use a variety of student-active teaching activities
- Set realistic performance goals
- Place appropriate emphasis on testing and grading.
- Be free with praise and constructive in criticism.
- Give students as much control over their own education as possible.
- Strong use of both words and graphics to present concepts and theories.
- Ensure and appropriate amount of scaffolding is provided to learners, especially for new/complex theories/concepts.
- Adaption of micro-learning strategies which results in the presentation of content in small segments.
- Learners are encouraged to re-frame the problem – think outside of the square.