Teaching the Teacher
Students of Management & Science University School of Education & Social Sciences Learn the Crafts of Classroom & Counsel at Local School in Hospital
A recent study involving 65,000 research papers and 250 million pupils observes that successful learning owes much to quality teaching. Management and Science University (MSU) sends its School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS) students visiting a special kind of school to expand their expertise.
The School in Hospital was an eye-opener both intellectually and emotionally as some of its pupils are terminally ill. Story-telling and colouring were called on to engage with the young charges on their social level. The visiting students learned much from their resident pupils, making full use of all available opportunities from the live learning experience.
The School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS) offers diploma and degree programmes in early childhood education as well as counselling and guidance and teacher education. The range for teacher education includes Physical Education and Health, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Science, Visual Arts, and Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESL). The University takes the holistic approach to delivering its curriculum, blending subject knowledge with soft skills competency inside compelling learning experiences. Are good teachers born or made? Management and Science University (MSU) ensures that though there may be 5,000 things making amazing teaching, its students get all the important ones right so they graduate equipped with, and for their own, great teaching.