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Graduate School Transferable Skills Workshop: Questioning and Interacting with Students

5 Oct 2023

Mr. Daniel Barlow skillfully stimulated engaging discussions, with participants actively contributing.

Research students were encouraged to practise teaching as an effective means of capturing student attention and retaining learning memory.

As aspiring scholars, participants gained valuable insights through group discussions and peer learning.

On 5 October, a group of PhD and MPhil students gathered for a workshop on effective English teaching, focusing on transferable skills of questioning and interacting. This event was jointly organised by the Graduate School and the English Language Centre, demonstrating the commitment to elevate learning experiences.

The lunchtime workshop underscored the significance of thoughtful questioning and enhancing subject understanding through teaching. Skillfully facilitated by Mr. Daniel Barlow, engaging discussions were stimulated. Participants were empowered to lead discussions and exchange views through peer learning. Moreover, they brainstormed practical solutions to overcome the challenges that often impede effective teaching practices, deepening critical thinking, collaborative learning, and insightful interactions.

The workshop catalysed a passion for effective English teaching and equipped these aspiring scholars with the necessary skills and knowledge to positively impact their future students.

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