List of topics relevant to university chemistry teaching

Posted by @NatasaBrouwer on Aug. 30, 2014, 9:52 p.m.

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Chemistry
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EC2E2N ECTN

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The EC2E2N working group 'Towards Excellence in School and University Teaching' is building a collection (database) of teaching methods and pedagogical issues relevant for university chemistry teaching.

The descriptors will be (are) connected to the people in the ECTN network with the specific expertise in order to stimulate exchange of knowledge and experience in Europe.
At this moment only a part of descriptions is already available but the project is still going on.

Welcome to participate with your expertise! This will make it possible for lecturers to obtain information and take inspiration how to design and develop high quality and sound teaching programmes.

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List of topics

1. Interactive Lecturing (see list of related methods and people to contact)

2. Practical work (see list of related methods and people to contact)

3. Group Work (see list of related methods and people to contact)

4. Context Based Learning (see list of related methods and people to contact)

5. Teaching with Technology (see list of related methods and people to contact)

6. Research Based/Led/Focused/Informed Teaching (see the list of related methods and people to contact)

7. Work Based Learning (see list of related methods and people to contact)

8. Tutorials

9. Assessment (see list of related methods and people to contact)

10. Pedagogical Issues (see list of related issues and people to connect)

11. Quality Assurance (see list of related issues and people to connect)

12. Evidence-based Teaching Methods

13. Analogy-based Teaching (see list of related methods and people to connect)

14. Learning Outcomes and Constructive Alignment

15. Supporting Learners (see list of related methods and people to connect)

You can contribute to this list with your Starfish account (request account). To distribute the work within the community please claim your descriptor. On this page you will see which descriptors are already claimed. Note that you are most welcome to write descriptors also about any related methods to the methods on the list!

Claimed descriptors:


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