Alignment with Professional APAC Standards
4.5.1 Apply advanced psychological knowledge of the following to their practice in educational and developmental psychology:
v. family, social and community systems across the lifespan.
4.5.3 Apply advanced psychological knowledge to culturally responsive interventions in the area of educational and developmental psychology including:
ii. provision of programs and support for individuals, their parents, guardians, teachers and others, in building well-being, positive characteristics and resilience for overcoming vulnerabilities of personality and adjustment
vi. systemic changes to policy and institutional processes in educational organisations, including professional development for fellow professionals and parents/carers.
Constructivist Learning Theory
The flipped classroom is based on the constructivist model. Learning is an active, social process. Learners can use their previous experiences and existing knowledge to build an understanding of the new material.
Problem Based Learning
A student-centered pedagogy and active teaching strategy in which students learn about a subject through the experience of solving an open-ended problem.
Adults are self-directed
Adults use their past experiences as learning resources
Adults are motivated to learn in relation to their social roles
Adults prefer to learn solutions that can be applied in realistic situations
Adults rely on intrinsic motivations
Androgogy Learning Frameworks
Case studies, role playing, simulations, and self-evaluation
Created with images by Priscilla Du Preez - "untitled image" • Brooke Cagle - "Sponsored by Google Chromebooks" • Thought Catalog - "Woman on computer doing business" • Markus Winkler - "untitled image" • Markus Spiske - "untitled image"