Concept Based Planning
In-house teacher training

This course is also available online

1 week

Course Length

Flexible

Lesson Days

15

Lessons

English

Language

B1

Minimum Level

Overview

Our course concept based planning will bring you to use your subject’s ‘big ideas’, or ‘powerful knowledge’ to drive the lesson, rather than focusing on specific and separate pieces of information, knowledge, or tasks.

This teacher training will let you understand how to integrate different lessons by giving students a more coherent experience, after this course, you will be able to help your students to journey deeper into your subject by leading students to consider the context in which they are going to use their understanding.

After this course, you will be able to bring content knowledge and skills to “real world” meaning. You will get a deeper knowledge of how to let the students become critical thinkers and how to develop your students’ ability to creatively solve problems in the 21st century.

You will lead your students to think about content and facts by bringing them to understand how they can transfer their knowledge between personal experiences, learning from other disciplines, and the broader global community, and this, by using teaching and learning techniques that are driven by overarching concepts.

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

For teachers who want to acquire knowledge of universal themes by engaging them in active learning concept-based instruction.

Course Sample programme

Week 1Course Content
Day OneIntegrate different lessons by giving students a more coherent experience
Day TwoContent knowledge and skills
Day ThreeHow to let the students become critical thinkers
Day FourLead your students to think about content and facts
Day FiveProcess Review and Feedback

*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates. 1 lesson=45mins

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