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UTQ Module - Teaching & Evaluating

It is not permitted to register prior to the UTQ/BKO intake meeting with an educational advisor of the department Educational Support & Innovation. Read more and register for the intake meeting on the UTQ/BKO page .

In this module we will address a couple of themes that have to do with teaching students in Higher Education. Students who are active learners are more engaged and have more fun. Compared to passive learners they are more successful in finishing their studies. To learn actively, we need to make sure that teaching enables this. In this module we will give you some tips and show examples how to facilitate students’ learning, to align your teaching methods with your learning outcomes and what good teachers do. Your own teaching practice will be central during the module.

Dates
All workshops are on-site at the Zernike Campus!

Module January/February 2023
Workshop 1: Thursday 12 January 2023 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Workshop 2: Thursday 9 February 2023 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)

Module March/April 2023
Workshop 1: Wednesday 15 March 2023 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Workshop 2: Wednesday 12 April 2023 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)

Module May/June 2023
Workshop 1: Tuesday 16 May 2023 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Workshop 2: Tuesday 13 June 2023 (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)

Target group
University teachers in the UTQ programme
Entry requirements
To participate in both sessions, it is necessary to have assigned teaching activities during the training programme.
Study load

35-40 hours (including face-to-face sessions)

Number of participants
15-24 participants
Main language
The course language will be English. The assignments can also be written in Dutch.
Price
€ 650
Location
All UTQ workshops are on-site at Zernike Campus

During the second session, participants can choose between two topics: teaching small groups or teaching large groups.

Learning goals

After completing the training, you will be able to:

  • Choose suitable modes of instruction (various seminar forms, practicals) that tie in with your learning outcomes.
  • Facilitate stimulating and interactive teaching and learning activities for small and large groups of students.
  • Adapt your teaching to your students’ prior knowledge and expectations.
  • Reflect on the way you supervise students doing group work (process supervision) and/or supervise individual students, e.g. when writing their thesis (process supervision).
  • Describe how to take intercultural aspects into account in your teaching.
  • Reflect on your performance through feedback that you have received and given from different peers as colleagues and students.
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