Strategies for increasing student attendance and participation
National - Master Class Series
Wed 5 Jun 2019, 3:30pm to 4:30pm EST
|Level||Master Class Series|
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
|Who should attend?||
Too often course delivery is dogged by poor student participation and completion rates. Apart from leading to low morale and affecting course marketability, low student participation may also impact adversely upon a school’s compliance record. With these considerations in mind, this webinar aims to help schools implement effective, practical strategies that lead to increased student participation. The importance of quality programs and of seeing students always as individuals forms the webinar’s key components.
By the end of this workshop, participants will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Evaluate a range of strategies that a school can employ to increase student participation
- Help student support and administrative staff to work closely with academic staff to improve student participation
- Implement effective strategies fostering a campus community spirit that encourages student participation
- Implement teaching approaches that help students develop positive self-esteem and which, in turn, encourages participation.
Facilitated by: Lana Harasymiv
Lana Harasymiv has worked in education for 25 years with most of that time spent in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) education, including 12 years teaching and managing TESOL programs in Japan. She has worked as Director of Studies of both VET and English programs and has extensive experience in preparing both VET and ELICOS courses for accreditation and addition to scope. She is also experienced in successfully preparing RTOs for audits, including re-registration audits. She holds a Masters in Arts (TESOL) and two post-graduate diplomas in education. She is currently employed as the Director of Studies of English Programs, managing both ELICOS and foundation skill EAL programs.