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The CPWG Pedagogical Approach. Session 3 – . What is Pedagogy?. Pedagogy is the art and science of how something is taught, the method behind the learning.

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What is pedagogy
What is Pedagogy?

  • Pedagogy is the art and science of how something is taught, the method behind the learning.

  • Pedagogy includes how the teaching occurs, the approach to the teaching and learning, the way the content is delivered and what the students learn as a result of a process…

Cpwg pedagogy our principles
CPWG Pedagogy – Our Principles

  • The learning environment is supportive and productive

  • We promote independence, interdependence and self-motivation

  • CPiE practitioners have their needs, backgrounds, perspectives and interests reflected in the learning

  • CPiE practitioners are challenged and supported to develop deep levels of thinking and application

  • Learning connects strongly with communities and practice beyond the training

Cpwg pedagogy our approach
CPWG Pedagogy – Our Approach

  • Ensuring high quality and consistent training materials are available to CPiE Practitioners

  • Varied forms of delivery

  • Ensuring access to key resource people and trainers that are able to deliver, adapt and contextualise materials

  • Consideration given to the varied ways the resources and tools may be used and delivered – flexibility

  • Learning and development vision with needs assessments and strategies guiding the training plans

  • Monitoring and evaluation – the development of M & E tools to adequately assess our results

  • Encompassing adult learning principles, mindful of culture and with an aim for translation into various languages…

How do adults learn?

Adults learn best when…

- There is mutual respect

- They actively collaborate in the learning process

- The learning relates to an issue they are experiencing

- The learning relates to a goal they wish to achieve

- They have the opportunity to critically reflect

- They and their experiences are valued

The learning pyramid
The Learning Pyramid…

  • Research shows that we remember:

    • 10% of what we read

    • 20% of what we hear

    • 30% of what we see

    • 50% of what we see and hear together

    • 80% of what we say

    • 90% of what we say while we do it

  • Different people approach new situations and learn about them in different ways.

  • Although we all go through all four stages of the learning cycle in order to assimilate new learning or skills, we are likely to feel more comfortable in some parts of it than others.

  • Activists

  • Reflectors

  • Theorists

  • Pragmatists