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Webinar Scaffolding and guided instruction for student success 2020-05-29

Kindly note: Registrants will receive an email communicating the relevant information, as well as the Zoom link for attending the webinar.

Why shouldn't I miss this!

Scaffolding is a key strategy in cognitive apprenticeship, in which students can learn by taking increasing responsibility and ownership for their role in complex problem solving with the structure and guidance of more knowledgeable mentors or teachers. 

Thus, scaffolding entails a delicate negotiation between providing support and continuing to engage learners actively in the learning process. Don't miss this webinar!

 

Purpose of the APD opportunity:

The purpose of this webinar is to critically reflect on what needs to be assessed in a module in order to design scaffolded formative assessment activities.

 

Outcomes of the APD opportunity:

By the end of this webinar participants should be able to:

  • Reflect what needs to be assessed in their module;

  • Explain the Zone of proximal development (ZPD) as a framework for scaffolded learning;

  • Discuss key principles and methods for scaffolded learning;

  • Review and redesign the module assessment plan to demonstrate a scaffolded learning approach.

 

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Date:
29 May, 2020
Time:
10:00am - 11:00am
Time Zone:
Central Africa Time (change)
Location:
Online
Campus:
All NWU Campuses
Categories:
  All campusses     Theme: The Science of Learning and Learning Theories     Type: Webinar  
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Event Organizer

Jean Viljoen

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