In this course, students are expected to participate actively in the activities which emphasizing the fundamentals of active learning. This course is aimed to be configured a lot of new approaches as a practical than transfer to theory of knowledge. In this course Students are involved in higher-order thinking (analysis, synthesis, evaluation) and are engaged in activities (e.g., reading, discussing, writing). By the end of the course, it is intended that participants increase awareness of basic concepts in relation to education, teaching, and improve planning and teaching skills in various aspects like course design, teaching and learning processes, student motivation and assessment of achievement. Please note that this course is a space of open discussion, inquiry and discovery. The success of the course rests on the uninhibited, intellectual, and emotional engagement of all participants in class. Working methods: Lectures, student-based autonomous study, active learning, cooperative learning, problem solving, critical thinking, multi-view and group study applications.
Students have the opportunity to receive creditpoints for marked individual performances by attending the following course: Schreibwerkstatt (Pineker), Beleg-Nummer # 250012.
Teilnahmevoraussetzungen, notwendige Vorkenntnisse
Bellanca, J.A. (2008): Enriched Learning Projects: A Practical Pathway to 21st Century Skills. Bloomington: Solution Tree Press.
Bruff, D. (2009) Teaching with classroom response systems: Creating active learning environments. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Stephan, E.A., Park, W.J., Sill, B.J. and Bowman, D.R. (2010): Thinking Like an Engineer: An Active Learning Approach. New Jersey: Prentice Hall