It is one thing to have definitions for the nine concepts which have been integrated into the 2022 Guide, but quite another to develop effective concept based teaching and learning (CBTL) strategies for use with our Economics students. The aim of this webinar is to provide you with practical and effective tools that can be used in your next lesson.
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
– Understand the wider advantages that a CBTL approach offers your students.
– Leverage the use of CBTL strategies to develop your students’ critical thinking, in such a way that it benefits all components (not just the IA’s).
– Scaffold CBTL approaches over a period of time.
– Have a ‘go to’ toolbox of concept formation strategies that you can use over and over again.
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About the host: Steve Vorster
Steve Vorster has been teaching IBDP Economics for many years. Until recently, he was the Head of Economics at United World College of South East Asia (Dover Campus) in Singapore. With a cohort of 300 DP Economic students, Steve managed a team of ten teachers who worked incredibly hard to continuously improve student engagement and attainment. He has also been an Examiner for IBDP Paper 2 and Paper 3. Steve is one of the iGCSE Economic authors at Kognity.