This compact course in higher education didactics offers the opportunity to learn about essential digital tools and practices for fully remote or hybrid instruction at the university. The focus is the intersection of course design and technology: Based on the principles of didactic teaching planning, the course introduces various online tools, their configuration and use to achieve teaching/learning goals. Topics building on this are the activation and participation of students, the moderation of group processes in a virtual environment and the special connection between emotions and learning in a digital teaching and learning setting.The contents of the workshop will be taught or acquired in a dynamic alternation of input, group work and discussion/reflection phases. Finally, participants have a chance to exchange ideas about remote or hybrid teaching with other university instructors and share personal experiences. One week before the workshop, the participants will receive a preparatory task.
At the end of the course, participants
• can differentiate between different levels and concepts of digital teaching and implement them in their course planning.
|Instructors of 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)
Please note that this course is held either in English or German.
Intermediate-level English language skills with regard to understanding, speaking and reading are required to participate in the program. Contributions and course assessments may be submitted in both German and/or English.
|1 day, online course
|Dr. Nils Echterhoff
|Free of charge
|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