Topic 2: Strategies, Approaches and Techniques

Strategies, Approaches and Techniques

  • Include audio-visual materials in your lesson giving preference to those that use simple and easy to understand language. Video tutorials can break down instructions for tasks into easy-to-follow steps.
  • Support different learning styles and types of intelligence. For instance, you can use charts or graphs to show digital concepts relationships – logical/mathematical intelligence – or use diagram and models to transform concepts into spatial relationships – spatial intelligence.
  • Design your lesson focusing on a few skills at a time to facilitate learning progress.
  • In terms of assessment, select key skills to be assessed and set criteria for good performance.