Good practices in the international classroom
|Target group||University teachers or project teams who want to discuss case studies with examples of teaching in the international classroom.|
|Level||** (BKO/UTQ required)|
|Duration||One half day session.|
|Price||EUR 150 pp for a half-day session.|
|Study load||6 hours|
|Contact||Please contact Anneke Huizinga for more information or to make an appointment.|
Most lecturers at the University of Groningen have a reasonable amount of experience in teaching in the international classroom. This workshop is a knowledge sharing opportunity for lecturers to get an impression of what their colleagues are already doing when they are teaching in the (international) classroom.
Prior to the training, participants will be requested to send in concrete examples of situations they encountered during their teaching in the international classroom. The cases will be discussed during the first half-day and collaboratively hands-on solutions on how to deal with the international classroom will be explored. The focus of the first half-day will strongly be on the connectedness between participatory approaches (active involvement of the learner) to teaching and dealing with international students. The lecturers’ experiences and knowledge will be essential for discussions and reflections. This workshop will use the pilot case studies and brochures with good practices (teachers, students and support staff) developed through the IC project.
- Exchange experiences and ideas that stimulate dialogue with (international) students in class.
- To identify ways to stimulate effective changes in students’ learning.
|Laatst gewijzigd:||05 maart 2018 10:17|