The Workshop Series
CAMCA Academy's teacher professional development workshop aims to introduce constructivism in education, a student-centered approach to teaching and learning.
Through this workshop, we will emphasize active learning, social interaction, joint knowledge construction, and meaning-making.
The training will enable teachers to create a supportive and collaborative learning environment and develop students' critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.
Key workshop themes
Personalization: The workshop emphasizes the unique needs and interests of individual learners. We recognize that different learners have different learning styles, preferences, and strengths, and tailors instruction accordingly.
Active learning: We promote active engagement in the learning process. Learners are encouraged to participate in hands-on activities, discussions, and collaborative projects, rather than just listening to lectures.
Relevance: The workshop connects learning to real-world contexts and experiences. Learners are encouraged to explore topics that are meaningful and relevant to them and to apply their learning to practical situations.
Autonomy: Constructivist education empowers learners to take ownership of their learning. They are encouraged to set goals, monitor their progress, and reflect on their learning experiences.
Collaboration: Our training promotes the idea of collaboration and social interaction among learners. It recognizes that learning is a social process, and that learners can benefit from working together, sharing ideas, and providing feedback to each other.
Flexibility: Learner-centered education is flexible and adaptable. It recognizes that learners have different needs and circumstances, and allows for different paths and paces of learning.
My name is Alexa Young
Ready to take your professional development to the next level? Join us live in Almaty, Kazakhstan, for the upcoming workshop organized jointly by the CAMCA Academic Consortium and its regional partners. Download the flyer to see our past events.