Educational Workshop - How to Lecture with Impact
Have you always wanted to increase the attention and motivation of your students during your lecture? Join this workshop!
In this short blended course you will learn what type of teaching & learning activities you can use to make sure your lectures will have an impact on the students’ learning process. A lot of research has been done in the field of brain learning, in this module we will share the latest outcomes with you. For example: how to stimulate students to write effective notes during your lecture. We will also answer the question on how to structure your lecture with a variety of activities and how to implement your plan into practice. The module consists of 3 hours online preparation assignments and a workshop of half a day. The workshop really focuses on the idea to prepare you to try out an activity in one of your own lectures.
|Dates||Thursday 18 February 2021 (9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.)|
|Main language||This workshop will be in Engelish.|
|Price||Free of charge|
After following this workshop you will be able to:
- Select active teaching and learning activities that match the objectives of your lecture, target group and group size;
- Develop a lesson plan for your lecture which consists of a variety of teaching and learning activities;
- Implement a teaching activity in one of your lectures;
- Reflect upon your strengths and improvement points in lecturing.
Target goup and required prior knowledge
This workshop is intended for lecturers who have obtained the UTQ and would like to lecture with more impact on the students’ learning process. We have designed the course in such a way that it is valuable for any number of students you will teach (small or large groups).
Collaboration with Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
This educational workshop is prepared by and will be facilitated by colleagues from EUR together with colleagues from team Educational Staff Development. This workshop is used as a pilot and therefore evaluation of the workshop is part of participation.
|Last modified:||11 January 2021 10.24 a.m.|