The course Basics of University Teaching and Learning offers instructors at the UZH the opportunity to develop a scientifically sound basis for teaching and learning at universities that will support them in planning and conducting student-centered courses. In addition to theoretical discussion, participants apply the content directly to the design or re-design of their courses. Basics of University Teaching and Learning focuses on the following questions: How can I formulate meaningful intended learning outcomes (IOLs)? How can I use the IOLs to foster the student learning process? How can students be actively involved in a course? How can student learning processes and results be assessed in a competence-oriented way? How do I define and shape my role as a university instructor?
At the end of the course you are able to:
|Instructors at UZH, esp. doctoral candidates, postdocs and teaching and research assistants
Teaching at UZH
Master's degree from an accredited university
The courses offered in LEHRE KOMPAKT are open to instructors of all schools and departments. In order to enable all people interested to attend, we may limit the number of participants per school and department if necessary.
|Confirmation of course attendance
English or German (see "Dates" for details)
The course takes place on site. Online participation is not possible.
04.& 05. April 2024, 09:00-17:00h (english course)
|Free of charge
The course is fully booked.
|Terms of Participation
With their registration participants agree to attend the entire course. A cancellation after the end of the cancellation period, no-show without indication of unforeseeable or unavoidable reasons or incomplete participation can result in consequences for the participation in other courses (detailed information about the attendance policy).
Continuing Education in University Teaching and Learning UZH