Learning Styles with Learners

We believe all student are created equally (and differently).  It is important for our trainers to understand the differences in their students’ learning styles, so that they can implement best practice strategies into their daily activities, curriculum and assessments.

By understanding what kind of learner, the students are, our trainers able to gain a better perspective on how to implement these learning styles into our lesson plans and study techniques.

Students learn most effectively according to their personal learning styles. Articles from education experts usually recognize that most individuals without learning disabilities can master new knowledge using different learning styles. However,  most students show an inclination for a particular style and learn most easily when teaching techniques match it.

Students might not awake of their learning style could make the mistake of thinking if they cannot learn using methods more appropriate to a different style. They could simply quit trying to learn the material presented in a format more appropriate to a different style. Students encounter many different styles of teaching during their educational journeys. Trainers have to approach students to find ways to adapt so they can learn information presented in any style to give them the best chance of academic, career and personal success in the future.

Adapting teaching strategies for students to understand and collaborate with our coaches:

1) More FOCUS and try to absorb/understand the information first before intervening.

2) LISTEN more and take any information that you are not sure then ask questions at the end of the lesson to avoid interruption the wasting times.

Awareness Learning Styles

They cover all aspects of sewing, from beginner and learn to sew instructions to advanced sewing techniques:

  • Sewing Tools and Equipment
  • Understand Fabric and Pattern
  • Lining & Interfacing and Notions
  • Type of Hand and Machine Stitches
  • Attachment and Accessories to apply
  • Select Professional Sewing technique
  • Fitting and Alterations
  • Sewing Health

Your Guide to Successful Sewing

  • Show enthusiasm Initiate or support any change initiatives at the training
  • Objective Share knowledge and skills sincerely and treat all learners fairly
  • Reliable Ensure that the information provided to learners are accurate and current
  • Interaction Put into practice what we taught the learners
  • Clear transparent Do not engage in dishonest behaviour with the intention of personal gain

Trainers Professional Practice

  • Set ground rules at the beginning of the training session to ensure that learners respect each other cultural backgrounds. Avoid examples, humour and illustrations which are culturally sensitive
  • To share / offer the realistic insights and valuable advice to learners for their personal and professional development
  • Behave in a professional and respectful manner when interacting with others. Promote the exchange of ideas when networking





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