What do our students want from these
Allow students to evaluate their own
Consider students’ learning styles, i.e.
VAK (Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic)
• Scenario writing
• Liaison work
• Imbed other media
• Edit and polish
Suit our students’ needs
Proud of our
Enhancing technical skills
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