This MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) introduces new teachers to key learning and teaching concepts and strategies in easily studied, two hour modules - just in time, just for you. Modules cover topics like strategies to teach that first class, giving feedback, facilitating group work, and online teaching. Happy teaching.
The SIG ’Laboratory and Field Work Learning’ invites to an online seminar with international speakers. In the seminar, there will be a broad discussion about the learning outcomes associated with learning in laboratory work and fieldwork in university settings.
Due to the postponement of the Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Conference from October 2020 to October 2021, the organizers have arranged a two-part webinar with the themes: 'The University as a Revolutionary Constitution' and 'The Persisting Social Structure of Higher Ed. in the Context of a Radical System Change and Expansion'.
Danmarks Evalueringsinstitut har lavet en undersøgelse af studerendes oplevelser med online undervisning på første semester og er i gang med yderligere undersøgelser. Områdechef Camilla Thorsgaard kommer og fortæller om undersøgelsen og de nyeste resultater.
SIG'en 'Faglig vejledning og mentoring på de videregående uddannelser' afholder et online møde, med fokus på de fysiske miljøers indflydelse på den faglige vejledning, og overlappet mellem fysiske og digitale rum.
Blended Learning har fået fornyet aktualitet i kraft af erfaringer med tvungen onlineundervisning siden foråret 2020. Professor mso Annemette Kjærgaard, CBS, holder oplæg om, hvad erfaringerne fra den tvungne online undervisning har tilført forskningen i Blended Learning.
Well-being has been on the agenda in universities and institutions for higher education for some years now. At this webinar, the organising team will present ideas and experiences of trying to enable students to thrive through developing community-based agency.
The webinar contains a workshop only for members of the SIG and an open part for all interested with talk by Professer and Associate Vice-President David J. Hornsby, Carleton University, Canada followed by Q&A and an open plenary discussion with the audience.
This webinar will include a discussion about the aims and scope of the PhD suited to post-pandemic times, focusing on the question of curriculum, with two invited presenters giving short presentations considering in turn the Humanities and the Sciences disciplines.
The European Conference of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, EuroSoTL, plan to offer some informal virtual sessions which might be an opportunity for scholars to connect and reflect, to consider what the future brings for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and to make connections and share ideas to prepare for EuroSoTL 2022.
EUREDOCS holds an annual conference for PhD students who are studying some aspect of higher education in Europe. It is an opportunity for PhD students to present a draft paper and receive detailed feedback from a highly qualified panel of academics in the field.