We apply the following criteria in our materials design and facilitation/presentations:

Cooperation:  This criterion is characterized by group work.  It highlights learner-centeredness in cooperative learning situations/contexts.  Classroom activities are interactive and maximum participation is ensured through individual, team and plenary activities.

Purpose:  All learning has a purpose(s): outcomes are established for all learning.  Materials, learning and teaching address outcomes specified in registered qualifications and unit standards.

Interest:  Interesting methods, procedures, techniques, materials, contexts are used to assist learners.

Experience:  Learners bring background knowledge (prior knowledge) to the learning; this underpins the experiential learning methods used and informs Recognized Prior Learning principles.

Variety:  Variety refers to the wide range of methods, procedures, techniques, and materials used to help sustain interest.

Support:  This refers to psychological support; learners are supported by creating an environment that is conducive to learning.

Holism:  This refers to the integration of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values in natural and authentic contexts.