The Chinese Cultural Teaching Centre uses multi-platform and interactional teaching approaches to deliver its courses.
Some courses are compulsory for Year One students and feature teaching combined with self-managed learning before and after class.
Optional courses are non-credit bearing and available to all university students. They focus on a range of interesting and practical topics and students are able to choose courses depending on their own interests and needs. They cover literature and arts, history and social studies, science, general skills, innovation and entrepreneurship, and practical courses. Optional courses are offered in the evenings, at weekends, and during the summer holidays.
Examples of popular optional courses include:
Students can sign-up through the ICE platform.
Micro courses are delivered online and available to all students. Their format allow students to express themselves, share their opinions and teach other students through one or a series of three-minute videos. Students can use their time away from the classroom to learn using their mobile phones to access the online platform.
Micro courses were delivered under the concept that learning is about more than just listening to lecturers. Active learning comes when students act as the teacher themselves and pass on knowledge and tools that they have learnt or acquired to others.
Teaching delivered by the CCTC is focused on the interaction between teachers and students, both through face to face learning and online delivery. Teaching takes place before, during and after classes.