EventWorkshop: Including activating didactic elements in (large group) lectures
|Title of the event||Workshop: Including activating didactic elements in (large group) lectures|
|Type of event||Workshop|
|Category||Karriere und Weiterbildung|
|Details||Lectures are perhaps the most common and well-known form of teaching at the university. It’s didactical efficiency, however, has been questioned.
In this workshop, we explore how lectures can be designed and implemented so that they facilitate active learning. We will focus on the following questions: how and on which levels of teaching-and-learning design can I think about and implement active learning within lectures? What can activation of learners mean specifically in the context of large group lectures? What can this mean concretely for my own lectures and how can I implement active learning in my own teaching? What do these approaches to teaching mean for my role(s) as a teacher and my (perhaps implicit) expectancies of learners?
Based on empirical didactical studies, we will explore these questions and implement the discussed elements in our own teaching design and lectures.
Trainer: Univ.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Decker
All information about the workshops as well as the possibility to register can be found on the website of the section for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: https://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/509731.html
|Date||Start: 08.05.2023, 09:00 Uhr
Ende: 08.05.2023 , 13:00 Uhr
|Location||Waldweg 26, Altbau (Waldweg 26)|