|Dates||Start time||End time||Location||Coordinator||registrations
|20, 27 September and 4 October 2019||09:00||17:00||Wageningen||Smolenaars, Han||5 / 5||Registration ended at 30/08/2019|
|18, 25 November and 2 December 2019||09:00||17:00||Wageningen||Steen, Jan||5 / 5||Add to waiting list|
|10, 17 and 24 January 2020||09:00||17:00||Wageningen||Steen, Jan||5 / 5||Add to waiting list|
|13, 20 and 27 March 2020||09:00||17:00||Wageningen||Steen, Jan||3 / 5||Apply|
|11, 18 and 25 May 2020||09:00||17:00||Wageningen||Steen, Jan||0 / 5||Apply|
This course is dealing with the most widely used educational method: lecturing. Lecturing is primarily a one-directional teaching method, which, when used too simply, has only limited effect on the learning of the student. However, there are many ways to improve the effects.
The central theme in this training is practicing your lecture skills. Therefore we work in small groups, preferred amount of 5 participants. The course is given in English.
Academic teachers for whom lecturing forms part of their teaching. This course is a very good starter for those new to teaching.
This course can be chosen as elective course in the UTQ. It is also suitable as part of an Orientation on Teaching and Supervision (Pre-UTQ).
- Improve lecturing skills
- (further) Develop skills to activate students
- Lecturing as a teaching methods
- Possibilities and shortcomings of lecturing as a teaching method
- Methods to activate during lecturing
The course is based mainly on 'learning by doing'. Further learning by 'learning by observing' and 'learning by designing and weighing options'.
You get a certificate that you can add to your UTQ portfolio.
Participation is free for Wageningen University & Research staff involved in teaching WU courses.
We consider registration as final. When cancelled within four weeks before the activity starts we will charge your chairgroup the full price of the course plus costs that have been made in relation with your subscription (can be over €350 per course).