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17 January 2024
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In New Ways of Teaching, educators talk about their innovative, creative and impactful teaching initiatives. From unusual teaching methods to new technologies - everything is covered. How did these ideas come about and what impact does it have on students?

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Students learn to manage with VR glasses

Ricus Dullaert, Marjon Fokkens-Bruinsma and Anina Westgeest of the Teacher Education Department of the Faculty of GMW are working on a new way to practice classroom management strategies: with VR glasses. Ricus Dullaert talks about the origin of the idea and its application.

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Enlisting students to edit a textbook

Christopher May believes that because students usually adress their work to their instructors, they lack experience in the writing process of wider publications. In May's course on Biopsychology, he wanted to engage students in a different way by enlisting their help for a project that went beyond the boundaries of the course. This is an example of what has come to be called Open Pedagogy. Within this practice, students are empowered to create value-adding contributions to work targeted to and tailored for a wider community.

Published on: 29 February 2024

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Religion, Diversity and Identity: exploring religion in the city yourself.

Dr Jelle Wiering about the course unit on Religion, Diversity and Identity, developed by Dr Marjo Buitelaar, Dr Jelle Wiering, Dr Brenda Bartelink, and Dr Brenda Mathijssen. He shares what happens when students immerse themselves in the field.

Published on: 30 November 2023

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GIMMICS - Teaching Pharmacy Students with a Simulation Game

Dr Tanja Fens , Project Leader and Coordinator of the Pharmacy Game International, Prof. Katja Taxis , Professor of Pharmacotherapy and Clinical Pharmacy, and drs. Claudia Dantuma , Teacher-Pharmacist about the interactive Pharmacy Game to teach students.

Published on: 30 October 2023

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Anastasios Sarimpalis

Embracing uncertainty: Empowering students through specifications grading

Laurent Krook, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Anastasios Sarampalis, professor of Psychology on specifications grading.

Published on: 07 July 2023

Lieuwe Zijlstra
Lieuwe Zijlstra

Interdisciplinary research internships: The X-Phi Lab Group Groningen.

Lieuwe Zijlstra, Assistant Professor at University College Groningen about his Interdisciplinary research internships.

Published on: 2 June 2023

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Martin Lenz

How to ask and structure questions

Martin Lenz, Professor of History of Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy about asking questions.

Published on: 7 April 2023

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Stefan Berger

Getting students back to stats class: A blended and challenge-based approach to teaching research skills

This month: Stefan Berger, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Department of HRM & OB about the 'blended learning' technique.
Published on: 3 March 2023

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Sepideh Yousefzadeh

Working with discomfort in the classroom

This month: Sepideh Yousefzadeh , Associate Professor Intersectional Wellbeing and Decoloniality at Campus Fryslân on working with discomfort in the classroom.
Published on: 3 February 2023

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Audrey Rousse-Malpat

Can we crack the code of effective learning at the university of Groningen?

This month: Audrey Rousse-Malpat, Assistant Professor of language learning at the Faculty of Arts about learning a new language.
Published on: 13 January 2023

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