Error-Based Learning Pedagogy
- Basic course design
Using an error-based learning approach to drive upskilling especially from competent to expertise levels will be a critical consideration in the light of economic transformation. The workforce needs to embrace higher order skillsets commonly associated with expertise (e.g. innovation, influence, pre-empting issues, planning and strategising). To develop expertise through years of trial and error is not tenable. Our younger generation needs to be bumped up quickly to expertise levels. Hence, designing errors intentionally into learning approaches will be critical so that a certain level of metacognition and innovation can be developed at an early stage.
Who this course is for:
- Adult educator and Instructional designer
- Trainers, Workplace Supervisors
Funded by the Singaporean Government, through SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), IAL works closely with adult educators, business leaders, human resource developers and policy makers to transform the Continuing Education and Training (CET) sector.
By raising capabilities, catalysing innovation, and leading research in workforce learning, IAL facilitates the development of an effective, innovative and responsive CET sector that is able to meet the needs of industries and the workforce.