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Helping your students think clearly and in a logical, systematic manner remains one of the biggest challenges for most instructors. Sometimes, what your learners need is perhaps the simplest of tools to help them learn, recall, and think better.
In this workshop, Thum Cheng Cheong (or “Thum”) introduces you to a palette of visualisation tools and techniques for designing individual as well as collaborative learning activities. Find out how you can better engage your students and enhance their analytical skills with the help of visual thinking tools such as concept maps, thinking organisers, and mental models.
|Speaker||Mr Thum Cheng Cheong|
|Additional Material(s)||Slides (PDF)|