Small group teaching
Would you like to further engage and motivate your students in a small group setting? Would you like to tailor your course design to get the most out of smaller groups? Small group teaching may give you some new ideas and insights that you can immediately apply to your teaching practice.
|Target group||Lecturers who want to expand or improve their skills in teaching small groups.|
|Level||* (No (educational) experience required)|
|Date||Tuesday 10 November 2020 (9.30-13.00) &
Tuesday 24 November 2020 (9.30-16.30)
|Studyload||16 hours (preparation time included)|
|Number of participants||6-8 participants|
|Certificate||You will be awarded a certificate at the end of the course.|
|Language||Depending on the registrations: Dutch/English spoken|
As a lecturer, you may encounter small-group teaching settings in various stages of your degree programme – for example in the form of seminars, project group supervision or practical groups. This form of teaching requires specific teaching skills. How can you make sure that students in a small group are indeed working, that your students prepare for their classes and that you choose the right assignment or mode of instruction to dovetail with your learning outcomes?
This course will discuss and practise the following specific skills:
- organizing and structuring small-group teaching;
- possible modes of instruction and how to vary these;
- motivating and stimulating students;
- asking and answering questions.
- 'In this course I learned to set learning goals and organize a seminar effectively.''
- 'I have learned how to better organize my tutorials.''
|Last modified:||30 June 2020 10.09 a.m.|