Issue 18: Self-reliant learning by implementing work-based and work-related learning approaches

Annika Behrens, Badaruddin Bin Ibrahim, Sureewan Rajchasom, Georg Spöttl

Annika Behrens

TU Dortmund University

Badaruddin Bin Ibrahim
University Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia
Sureewan Rajchasom

Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna, Thailand

Georg Spöttl
University of Bremen, Germany

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TVET teacher training and peer learning program: Curriculum and pedagogy development for including Generic Green Skills in TVET

Feb 14, 2020 | News

The following training provided by the team from the Education University of Hong Kong is available for interested institutions:


1        Main objective of the program

Enhance educators’ capacity to include generic green skills into their pedagogical practice.

2        Learning outcomes

−      Increased understanding of the rationale and practices of greening TVET.

−      Ability to use effectively Generic green skills resources.

−      Ability to develop contextualized resources and apply them in pedagogical practices for greening curriculum (pedagogical innovation).

−      A set of resources developed for inclusion of generic green skills into current curriculum that are relevant for the local context.

3        Training activities that facilitate collaborative learning and peer support include:

−      Knowledge transfer seminars

−      Different types of small group work activities (e.g. brainstorm, mind mapping)

−      Simulated classroom practice

The length can vary between 3 and 5 days. Teaching and Learning Resources developed by the team will be used during workshop.

If you are interested, contact Dr. Margarita Pavlova at

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