Teaching@ST

Come and be inspired by the excellent teaching methods of your colleagues and experts on Tuesday, June 12 2018 at 14.00 - 16.00 in the Aula and Vandrehal.

2018.05.01 | Nina Vestergaard Adolfsen

Date Tue 12 Jun
Time 14:00 16:00
Location The Aula and the Vandrehal
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The day celebrates the end of this year's Teacher Training programme and the Science Teaching course with a mini conference on teaching at Science and Technology. You will

  • hear Sue Bennett, Professor of ICT in Education, University of Wollongong, Australia, speak on "From initial to revisited Learning Design.
  • see, hear, and discuss with 75+ ST educators about their ideas for making teaching even better – and, hopefully, be inspired to try some of their ideas in your own teaching.
  • be served light refreshments.

Programme

TimeEvent
14.00-15.00Professor Sue Bennet: From initial to revisited Learning Design
This keynote presentation will explore how teaching can be considered a form of design, and how learning design is relevant to higher education. The implications for the effective design of teaching and learning (including technology integration), student engagement, learning outcomes, and decision-making will be discussed. This will include a particular focus on how to move from an initial learning design through an iterative process of continuous improvement over time, drawing on evidence. Illustrative examples will be used throughout to show how these ideas have been applied in practice.
Place: The Aula 
15.00-16.00Poster presentation of participants’ teaching experiments. The presentation will be done in parallel tracks.
Place: Vandrehallen 

About Sue Bennett

Professor Sue Bennett has more than 25 years experience teaching in Australian universities. She began her career tutoring in physics and engineering, before moving on to a position as an academic instructional designer, working closely with teaching staff across disciplines to develop effective designs for face-to-face, online and distance learning. She graduated with a PhD in Education in 2002 and has been a full-time teaching and research academic since. Sue is an internationally-recognised researcher in the area of learning design, with a special interest in supporting university educators to improve their design practices and to integrate information and communication technologies effectively into their teaching.

Teaching@ST is held in English. You can sign up here.

We look forward to seeing you!

Lecture / talk, Conference, Theme day, Science and Technology, Staff, PhD Students