Progress in the product; CPLP recertification due before October (60 recertification points, maybe 45 this year), Ph.D in progress (2021), working the English as Foreign Language (EFL) advanced certification (2019) after finishing the Premier TEFL Young Learners Certification, and just became a member of the Society for Human Resource Management in preparation for the SHRM […]
Posts tagged Learning Professional
NL65 (LCDR USN,ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL Figure 1. Money Map. Image from business-literacy.com, permission requested ll too often today, the modern learning professional’s role and responsibility is misunderstood. The way I learned it, is if there’s a miscommunication or misunderstanding—it’s the sender’s responsibility to help ensure the message was received correctly. […]
NL 54 Invigilator: AN Unappreciated and Diminishing Role Introducing the invigilator Have you ever encountered a situation on an airplane that the person sitting beside you introduces themselves as an invigilator? Maybe an artist, engineer, researcher, surveyor, doctor, manager, teacher or so many other professions; at ALAM we are often times called to invigilate, can […]
NL 53 Marine Simulators – A Brief Description Figure 1. Liquid Cargo Simulator n GlobalMET Newsletter No. 50, I shared ALAM’s experience with Engine Room Simulators (ERS) from ALAM’s beginnings which included some introductory material on ERS as well. In this newsletter, what I would like to do is to discuss more on Marine Simulator […]
NL 53 What is Competence and or Competency? By Capt. Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD n the last issue of this Newsletter, a summary of the Crew Connect 2015 presentation on “Managing the Learning Environment” expressed the views of the audience, prompted by presenters, Paul Russel, Glenys Jackson and Richard Teo. What was most apparent was […]
NL 52 Common Classroom Problems am a lecturer at Malaysian Maritime Academy Sdn. Bhd. (Academy Laut Malaysia) and teach Meteorology, Cargo Work, Seamanship and Collision Regulations at Sea. This article suggests that all lecturers have experienced some classroom or other problematic situation before in class.