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Regular Courses (Duration: 1 month) - 2014

1

RC-SS-138-1: Linking Secondary Science Learning to Everyday Life and Societal Needs

 

 

 

2

RC-PM-138-2: Making Real Life Connections and Developing Mathematical Ideas in Primary Classrooms


 

3

RC-PM-138-3: Developing Mathematical Thinking through Game-based Learning in Primary Classrooms

 

4

RC-SS -138-4: Lesson Study: Improving Instructional Practices in Secondary Science Classrooms

 

Details of courses are available on request.

Note: SEAMEO RECSAM reserves the right to revise or cancel any of its programmes and its costing.

For enquiries:
Director
SEAMEO RECSAM
Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah
11700 Gelugor
Pulau Pinang
Malaysia

Email: director@recsam.edu.my
            ckleong@recsam.edu.my

Phone:  +604-6577700
Fax:       +604-6522737

REGULAR COURSES

The regular courses, which are designed to address the needs of teachers and educators from the SEAMEO member countries, are stimulating, creative and responsive in meeting their professional needs.  The themes and topics of the four-week courses are determined in consultation with all member countries through strategic planning workshops that serve to assess past performances and identify emerging trends, and principal lines of action for educational development. The courses are conducted by RECSAM on a regular basis.

The Guidelines

The general guidelines for conducting regular courses are as follows:

  • There are 7 regular courses planned for each of the fiscal year 2012/13 and 2013/14.
  • One representative from each SEAMEO member country, selected by their respective Ministries of Education, is awarded a scholarship sponsored by the Ministry of Education of Malaysia.
  • Member countries are welcome to send fee-paying participants for the regular courses.

At the end of the course, the participants are awarded a certificate of attendance.  They will be awarded another certificate upon completing the multiplier effect criteria after the course. The multiplier effect is part of the requirement of the course which encourages knowledge and skills learnt during the course to be propagated and shared among fellow educators when the participants return to their respective countries.

 

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