Workshop "Basic principles of Challenge-Based Learning" January 2021
Within the ECIU University and framework of Work Package “Challenge-Based Education” (WP3), the Center for Teaching and Learning of Hamburg University of Technology offers all partners of the ECIU University an introduction workshop to Challenge-Based Learning (CBL) on January 27th 3-5 pm (CET). Please register up to January 20th.
The workshop addresses basic principles of Challenge-Based Learning (CBL). Find more information about CBL here.
Main goals are:
- giving a good start to those implementing CBL in their teaching,
- network building and
- sharing expertise.
The worksop will include:
- an introduction about basic principles of CBL (ECIU definition, theory behind, focussing the 3 steps)
- examples of CBL
We welcome professors, teaching assistants and student teacher assistants whose educational offerings for Spring/Summer Term 2021 or the Autumn/Winter Term 2021/22 are rooted in Challenge-Based Learning as well as local CBL experts (teachers or staff of centres of teaching and learning or similar) from all ECIU university partners.
The workshop will be online with a workload of about 3,5 hours (plus breaks) and will include self-study times and time in plenum. We will use padelt as online collaboration tool and zoom (TUHH campus licences) as video conference system.
Participants will be asked to read a short text and prepare a first task with a workload of about 1,5 h two days before the workshop. More information follows via mail.
Workshop day will start 3 pm and finish 5 pm (all times CET).
03:00 pm – 03:30 pm: welcome, initial impulse and discussion
03:30 pm – 04:15 pm: impulse presentations by CBL experts of ECIU network and a short break
04:15 pm – 04:45 pm: discussion and working phases in small groups
04:45 pm – 5:00 pm: closing remarks
Registration is closed.
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