Workshops

Workshops

Workshops are face-to-face training sessions, where we aim to be interactive and to provide a chance to apply the skills you have just learnt whenever possible. Some workshops require you to do some self-studying before or after the session. These pre and/or post workshop activities are meant to ensure a deeper learning experience so it is important to complete them.


SDW101: Takeoff: Practical Tips for Learning

Want to take off with a bang in your studies? Get practical study tips from this workshop to maximise your learning experience. Prepare yourself for the task ahead by experiencing how teaching and learning takes place at SUSS.

Target Participants: New students

Note: Limited to 40 participants per session. Students can sign up for either one of the sessions. There are pre-workshop activities to be completed before the start of the workshop. Upon successful registration of the workshop, instructions on these activities will be sent to your MyMail account.

SDW102: Using Library Resources in Your Written Assignments

Using credible sources to support your arguments is an important component of a well-written essay. Find out how you can uncover such sources available from our library and also pick up some tips on submitting good assignments through this workshop.

Target Participants: New and existing students

Note: Limited to 60 participants per session.

SDW103: Learning with Mind Maps

Create mind maps that help you think visually – even if you can’t draw. Make notes with your personal set of visual tools. Get tips on how to maximise your memory.

Target Participants: New students and existing students

Note: Limited to 40 participants per session. Students can sign up for either one of the following sessions. Please bring along one of your courses’ Learning Outcomes (i.e., learning outcomes from one of the study units in the iStudyGuide) to the session.

SDW106 Strategic Revision Using Learning Outcome

All courses offered at SUSS have specific learning outcomes in the light of Bloom’s taxonomy. The workshop can help students strategize and maximize their exam revision efforts by unpacking the verbs in the Blooms’ taxonomy.

Target Participants: New & existing undergraduates only

Note: Limited to 60 participants per session.

View the dates for the upcoming workshop sessions and register via the Student Portal.

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