Workshops at ZLL

Workshops at CLL

… To the Point & networking – our standard for you!

Here you will meet other teachers. You try out modern, relevant teaching methods and digital media that can be used at TUHH. You will further develop your teaching personality and overcome challenges in your teaching practice together with others. For beginners and advanced learners, modern pedagogy is brought to the point in workshops on basic, special or trend topics in a target and demand-oriented manner. Our workshop catalogue is open to all interested research assistants and senior engineers at TUHH. Qualify yourself. Join. Our workshops are held in german (GER), english or bilingual.

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ATTENTION!!!
  • Registrations for workshops are ONLY open until 1 week before the respective workshop date. Registrations made after this date cannot be considered automatically.
  • Starting in May 2022, workshops will take place in campus presence again.
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11.10.2022: Assessment in practice-oriented courses - projects, laboratories, internships, excursions (GER) - 1day - on campus

10.11.2022, 9:30am-4:30pm, on campus, ZLL, Room E 4.033 (Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3): Assessment in practice-oriented courses – projects, laboratories, internships, excursions (Katrin Billerbeck, Marisa Hammer) – German

Only at the end of the project work or the laboratory internship, do students report back to you that the work was unfairly distributed and that there was far too much to do in general? Are you worried that the actual examination might not do justice to the practice-oriented parts, but you don’t know how it could be mapped better without too much effort?

Objectives and contents

For your students, the content and the assessed competencies guide their learning. In this workshop, we will look at assessment concepts that can focus on both subject-specific and cross-curricular competencies – such as critical thinking or teamwork. Depending on your interest, you can work in groups on exam scenarios e.g. for research-based learning, challenge-based learning or problem- and project-based learning. The goal is to show different ways to assess learning processes and progress and to manage continuous learning.

In the workshop, we will address the following questions to explore the topic:

  • Which formative and summative assessment and feedback methods fit practice-oriented teaching formats?
  • Which assessment grids can be used especially for these formats?
  • What leeway does the TUHH’s examination regulations offer?
  • What is the legal framework for examination formats in groups and how can I assess the individual performance of the participants?
  • How can I estimate and control the effort for teachers and students?

At the end of the workshop, you will be able to assess which examination formats are suitable for your practice-oriented teaching and have a selection of methods with which students can receive feedback in the course of the learning process. You will have an overview of related legal frameworks.

Methods

In the workshop we work with impulse lectures, practical exercises, group work as well as the transfer of theoretical contents and the application of selected methods to our own teaching. In addition, there is room for the exchange of experiences and discussion on the topic.

To prepare/ to bring

The workshop offers the opportunity to exchange ideas about examination concepts in your own teaching. So feel free to bring the framework data (examination format, learning objectives, course formats) for your own practice-oriented module. Please bring your own laptop, tablet or other digital device for good digital work in a face-to-face workshop.

Prerequisite

none

Creditability in the qualification programme I³ProTeachING:

  • Basic program: yes
  • Focus on Research-Based Learning: yes

Registration

14. + 15. 11.2022: Basic Principles of Challenge Based Learning (ENG) – 2,5 days – online - RBL

14. + 15. 11. and morning of 16.12.2022: Basic Principles of Challenge Based Learning (ENG) – 2,5 days – Online (Aida Guerra  / Aalborg University)

!! This workshop is offert by the ECIU Online PhD Training Programme. Registration only via ECIU homepage!!

Find more information about this workshop via https://www.eciu.org/courses/basic-principles-of-challenge-based-learning.

Description

One of the pillars of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU) is Challenge Based Learning (CBL), an educational model where ‘learners, teachers, researchers, representatives of businesses and public organisations – join forces across a variety of disciplines to solve real-life problems’. The integration of CBL across the ECIU institutional partners requires a deeper understanding of its principles and practices as well as the skills and competences to change course syllabus accordingly. Considering that teaching and learning is a major part of researchers’ professional practice, including PhD students, this course provides the opportunity for researchers and PhD students to deepen their knowledge and skills on CBL as well as develop strategies on how to integrate CBL principles in their educational activities.

Lecturer

Aida Guerra (Aalborg University)

Learning outcomes  

At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the CBL principles and framework;
  • Place CBL in the landscape of active learning pedagogies by discussing it with other practices, namely problem based, project organized learning;
  • Describe the role of the teacher, the student and the other actors in CBL practice;
  • Describe different type of challenges, namely nano-, standard- and strategic challenges;
  • Develop a strategy to integrate CBL in their educational practices.

Format

The course will be held online, with small lectures, hands-on exercises, group-work, presentations and discussions in plenum as main activities. It requires availability for the full days of 14 and 15 November 2022, and for the morning of 16 December 2022. Preparation for the course will start one month before the online sessions and includes a 750 words small essay.

Evaluation

The minimum requirements tosuccessfully complete the course are:

  • Presence and active participation in all synchronous activities. Active participation is understood as provide inputs and contributions when requested, whether in group exercises, lectures and plenum presentations and discussion.
  • Carry out the preparation and deliver the assignments requested in the due date (i.e. in the deadline given).

Registration

Opening in September 2022. Registration form here.

Credibility in I³ProTeachING:

Basic program:  Yes, with 15 h.

Research-Based Learning: Yes, but only with 6 h.

07.12.2022: Starting into teaching at the TUHH (BIL) - 1day - on campus

Wed, 07.12.2022, 9:00am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room HS28-0.08 (Harburger Schlossstraße 28): Starting into teaching at the TUHH (Dorothea Ellinger, Marisa Hammer, Ulrike Bulmann, Katrin Billerbeck) – bilingual

The TUHH is a place of education. Those who study with us prepare themselves for the challenges of the future and learn to expand the horizons of technology, science and society. Teaching should therefore be designed in such a way that it enables individual learning even in large courses, offers interdisciplinary perspectives and promotes personal development. What does that look like in practice?

Objectives and contents

The workshop focuses on:

  • getting to know the other participants as well as committed teachers and networking with each other
  • exchanging information about teaching at the TUHH
  • gaining a first insight into Higher Education studies and Engineering Education studies, teaching/learning theories as well as the format of research-based learning

Learning objectives

After the workshop, participants will be able to reflect teaching principles such as learner orientation, learner activation, and teaching/learning theories and explain selected methods for student activation.

Methods

The workshop offers a versatile mix of best practice examples from the TUHH, complementary inputs, working in small groups and creativity methods.

To prepare/ to bring

nothing

Prerequisite

none

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

With the start workshop “Starting into teaching at TUHH”, which is an integral part of the program, you will get into I³ProTeachING in the best possible way.

  • Basic program: yes
  • Focus on research-based learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

17.01.2023: Developing Research-Based Learning (BIL) - 1day - on campus - RBL

Tue, 17.01.2023, 9:00am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room xy (Harburger Schlossstraße 28):: Developing Research-Based Learning (Dorothea Ellinger, Ulrike Bulmann) – bilingual

Students at the TUHH are seen as shapers of the future. According to the guiding principle of teaching, they should be enabled to do problem-oriented, interdisciplinary and cooperative scientific work. To this end, the TUHH strengthens the format of research-based learning. But: How can teachers develop research-based learning or how can they engange students in research for their own online teaching, in blended learning formats or face-to-face teaching at TUHH and how can the implementation succeed?

Objectives and contents

Starting from a common understanding of the terms, we will work together on the following questions around the engagement of students in research and the development of research-based learning:

  • How do I plan a research-based learning course?
  • What tools do I have at my disposal?
  • Which pedagogical principles do I have to consider?
  • Which teaching methods and media can I use to promote student subject and research competencies?
  • How do I align them with feedback and assessment forms?
  • How can I design such a course with reasonable effort?
  • What teaching examples exist at TUHH?

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to develop research-based learning engage students in research according to pedagogical principles for implementation in their own teaching practice.

Methods

The workshop offers a varied mix of creative methods, self-study time and work in small groups, teaching examples from TUHH as well as flanking inputs.

To prepare/ to bring

if necessary 15min reflection

Prerequisite

It is advantageous to reflect in advance on your own understanding of research-based learning as well as on current national and international definitions of terms and systematizations. For this purpose, material for a 15min reflection will be provided in advance.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

31.01.2023: Facilitate and interact in teaching (GER) - 1day - online

Tue, 31.01.2023, 09:00am-4:00pm, online: Facilitate and interact in teaching (Marisa Hammer, Stephanie Wichmann) – german

How do I create trust in my course so that students become involved? How much time do I have to plan for interaction and working sessions? Which methods and tools have proven successful for exchange and collaboration between students?

Objectives and contents

In this workshop, questions regarding moderation for and interaction with and among students will be worked on together, e.g. building trust, providing orientation, planning exchange and work scenarios, using appropriate tools, relieving classroom teaching through targeted self-study phases.

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to explain selected methods and facilitation techniques for active teaching and to plan a course using them exemplarily.

Methods

The workshop includes introductory talks, practical exercises in facilitation, the application of hands-on methods and tools to promote interaction, working on participants’ own challenges, and discussing and reflecting on approaches to solutions with the group. According to the needs of the participants, emphasis will be placed on topics of particular interest.

To prepare/ to bring

Nothing.

Prerequisite

None.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

Click here to register

16.02.2023: Supervising and Assesssing Theses (GER) - 1 day - online

Thu, 11.05.2023, 9:30am-4:30pm, on campus, ZLL, Room E 4.033 (Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3): Supervising and Assesssing Theses (Katrin Billerbeck) – German

What to do when students are not coping with their thesis? How can you provide good support in supervision? How much feedback should students get – and what does a good evaluation of a thesis look like?

Objectives and contents

Supervising written (final) theses is a responsible and rather challenging task. In this workshop we will therefore deal with questions and challenges in the supervision process. Another aspect is the appropriate, comprehensible and fair assessment. The following questions will be addressed:

  • Who is responsible for what in the supervision process?
  • How do I deal with difficult supervision situations?
  • How do I provide text feedback that promotes learning?
  • What are suitable assessment criteria and grids for my subject?

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, you will be able to assess what is important to you when designing the supervision process and how you deal with challenging situations. You will be able to give an overview of possible assessment criteria and grids.At the end of the workshop, you will be able to assess what is important to you when organising the supervision process and how you deal with challenging situations. You will be able to give an overview of possible assessment criteria and grids.

Methods

This Hands On Workshop offers a mix of impulse lectures, small group work, example work and time for exchange among each other.

To prepare/ to bring

Challenging situations in the supervising process, grading grids if available.

Prerequisite

None.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

Click here to register

21.02.&21.03.2023: Accompanying tutors effectively (GER) - 2x1,5hay - online

TUE, 21.02.2023, und TUE, 21.03.2023, both 1-2:30pm, on campus, ZLL, room E 4.033: Accompanying tutors effectively (Siska Simon, Marisa Hammer) – German

Tutors play a major role in teaching at the TUHH. Many exercises, projects and group work are supervised by them. In order for them to fulfill this task well, they need good supervision and support from the institutes.

Objectives and contents

The supervision and support of tutors is an important and responsible task, which is the responsibility of the institutes. We would like to pass on the experience and tips we have gathered over the years at the TUHH in the context of this workshop. Interdisciplinary networks are created and everyone can benefit from the experience and know-how of the others.

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, you will have created a training concept for your tutors that is tailored to your course and can adapt it as needed. Together with other supervisors, you will be able to critically reflect on your own and other training concepts for tutors and feel better prepared for the work at hand. You know the support offers of the ZLL and the corresponding contact persons.

Methods

In the workshop, you will receive tips and advice on how to design the support process for your tutors and exchange ideas with other workshop participants. You will develop your own training concept with the help of our modular system. You will visualize your concept and present it. You will receive collegial feedback and, if you wish, individual advice from the ZLL.

To prepare/ to bring

In order for us to get started effectively right away, preparation is required: Therefore, please bring all available data of the course to be supervised including (if available) the last evaluation by the students/tutors to the workshop.

Prerequisite

None.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

Click here to register

28.02.2023: Accompanying students as partners in final theses (BIL) - 1day - on campus - RBL

Tue, 28.02.2023, 10:30am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room xy (Harburger Schlossstraße 28):: Accompanying students as partners in final theses (Dorothea Ellinger, Ulrike Bulmann) – bilingual

Bachelor’s and Master’s theses are often a great challenge for students. However, they are also a great opportunity and step for entering the respective subject community, be it in research or practice. For teachers, the supervision of theses is also often challenging, but at the same time offers great potential for their own professional and personal development. But: How does it work?

Objectives and contents

In this workshop, based on research-based learning, we will work together on questions related to the supervision of students as co-researchers in final theses:
How do I supervise typical student writing phases and provide feedback in the writing/research process? How can I facilitate student autonomy from within my roles? How can I work in partnership with students in the research process? What best practices for individual student support can I apply? What strategies can I use in my own case and case studies to deal with challenging situations in teaching practice?

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to discuss in depth specific aspects in supervising students in final projects with an inquiring attitude for later implementation in their own teaching practice.

Methods

The workshop is divided into self-study and attendance time. By means of small group work, plenary discussions, case work and collegial exchange, students will develop their own focal points.

To prepare/ to bring

Participants are welcome to bring challenging situations from their own thesis supervision if possible.

Prerequisite

This workshop is primarily aimed at academic staff who have already supervised Bachelor’s or Master’s theses and are interested in research-based learning. Participation requires a 90min self-study time until the beginning of the workshop.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

28.03.2023: Use voting systems in teaching (GER) - 0,5day - online

TUE, 28.03.2023, 9:30am-12:30pm, Online: Use voting systems in teaching (Stephanie Wichmann, Lennart Osterhus) – German

Using polls, surveys, and quizzes in teaching- in recent years, loanable clicker sets and mobile clicker licenses with the TurningPoint8 software have been established for this purpose at TUHH. These licenses will expire in spring 2023.
In this Zoom workshop, we would like to explore and apply recommended open-source and GDPR-compliant alternatives together.

Objectives and contents

This workshop will focus on:

  • Survey tools at TUHH – what are the alternatives?
  • Open Policy at TUHH – why use open source tools?
  • How can polling tools support teaching in a didactically useful way?
  • What does a data-poor use of polling tools look like?

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, selected open source voting systems for face-to-face and online events at TUHH can be named, discussed and fundamentally applied.

Methods

In the workshop you will receive impulses, work out independently information about the functioning of selected voting systems and work in groups on your own votes.

To prepare/ to bring

Have your mobile device on hand to participate in voting.

Prerequisite

None

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

Click here to register

11.05.2023: Getting started in StudIP/ILIAS (BIL) - 1day - online

Thu, 11.05.2023, 09:00am-12:00pm, online: Getting started in StudIP/ILIAS (Marisa Hammer, Stephanie Wichmann) – bilingual

Designing (digital) teaching in an activating and flexible way with Stud.IP and ILIAS? Yes, you can!

Objectives and contents

The TUHH learning management system Stud.IP/ ILIAS provides teachers with a platform with various functionalities for activating and flexible teaching – in face-to-face teaching, online teaching or for self-study. This workshop shows how basic functionalities in Stud.IP and ILIAS can be used profitably for your own (digital) teaching.

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to explain what potential digital teaching offers and how the use of Stud.IP and ILIAS in particular can accompany teaching at the TUHH. In addition, the participants will be able to make basic settings and create or add their own content by using selected tools.

Methods

This Hands On Workshop offers a mix of impulse lectures, small group work, example work and time for exchange among each other. Thus, participants can interactively familiarize themselves with the development of digital teaching and learning opportunities and gain new impulses for their teaching.

To prepare/ to bring

Ensure that access to https://e-learning.tuhh.de is given.

Prerequisite

This workshop is mainly aimed at teachers of the TUHH who would like to use ILIAS in their teaching for the first time. However, all other interested persons are of course also very welcome.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

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22.06.2022: Starting into teaching at the TUHH (BIL) - 1day - on campus - RBL

THU, 22.06.2022, 9:00am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room xy (Harburger Schlossstraße 28): Starting into teaching at the TUHH (Dorothea Ellinger, Marisa Hammer, Ulrike Bulmann, Katrin Billerbeck) – bilingual

The TUHH is a place of education. Those who study with us prepare themselves for the challenges of the future and learn to expand the horizons of technology, science and society. Teaching should therefore be designed in such a way that it enables individual learning even in large courses, offers interdisciplinary perspectives and promotes personal development. What does that look like in practice?

Objectives and contents

The workshop focuses on:

  • getting to know the other participants as well as committed teachers and networking with each other
  • exchanging information about teaching at the TUHH
  • gaining a first insight into Higher Education studies and Engineering Education studies, teaching/learning theories as well as the format of research-based learning

Learning objectives

After the workshop, participants will be able to reflect teaching principles such as learner orientation, learner activation, and teaching/learning theories and explain selected methods for student activation.

Methods

The workshop offers a versatile mix of best practice examples from the TUHH, complementary inputs, working in small groups and creativity methods.

To prepare/ to bring

nothing

Prerequisite

none

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

With the start workshop “Starting into teaching at TUHH”, which is an integral part of the program, you will get into I³ProTeachING in the best possible way.

  • Basic program: yes
  • Focus on research-based learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

04.07.2023: Developing Research-Based Learning (BIL) - 1day - on campus - RBL

Tue, 04.07.2023, 9:00am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room xy (Harburger Schlossstraße 28):: Developing Research-Based Learning (Dorothea Ellinger, Ulrike Bulmann) – bilingual

Students at the TUHH are seen as shapers of the future. According to the guiding principle of teaching, they should be enabled to do problem-oriented, interdisciplinary and cooperative scientific work. To this end, the TUHH strengthens the format of research-based learning. But: How can teachers develop research-based learning or how can they engange students in research for their own online teaching, in blended learning formats or face-to-face teaching at TUHH and how can the implementation succeed?

Objectives and contents

Starting from a common understanding of the terms, we will work together on the following questions around the engagement of students in research and the development of research-based learning:

  • How do I plan a research-based learning course?
  • What tools do I have at my disposal?
  • Which pedagogical principles do I have to consider?
  • Which teaching methods and media can I use to promote student subject and research competencies?
  • How do I align them with feedback and assessment forms?
  • How can I design such a course with reasonable effort?
  • What teaching examples exist at TUHH?

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to develop research-based learning engage students in research according to pedagogical principles for implementation in their own teaching practice.

Methods

The workshop offers a varied mix of creative methods, self-study time and work in small groups, teaching examples from TUHH as well as flanking inputs.

To prepare/ to bring

if necessary 15min reflection

Prerequisite

It is advantageous to reflect in advance on your own understanding of research-based learning as well as on current national and international definitions of terms and systematizations. For this purpose, material for a 15min reflection will be provided in advance.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

07.09.2023: Conducting research-based learning with undergraduate students (BIL) - 1day - on campus - RBL

Thur, 07.09.2023, 09:00am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room xy (Harburger Schlossstraße 28): Conducting research-based learning with undergraduate students  (Ulrike Bulmann, Dorothea Ellinger, Uta Riedel) – bilingual

Working with students in an active research capacity from the very beginning is often considered or experienced as challenging to impossible by various parties. Indeed, it requires a lot of preparation. However, research-related courses offer great potential to introduce students to research topics, methods or processes and to give them insights into the institutes, among other things to socialize them in the subject. Students can and should be trained in scientific work at an early stage in order to stimulate critical thinking and their own interest in research, as well as to promote an attitude of inquiry. The experience of collaborative knowledge generation as well as participation in interdisciplinary work can be very motivating for the students. But: How concretely can research-based learning or research-related teaching with Bachelor students be designed at the TUHH?

Objectives and contents

In this workshop, we will work together on questions concerning the design of research-based learning and research-related teaching with Bachelor students:
What benefits are seen in research-based learning with Bachelor students? What challenges can be expected in the introductory phase of studies and how can they be dealt with? What approaches are there to ensure that all students learn to conduct research in a small-step or large-scale manner, in the subject, interdisciplinary or with society, in basic or specialized courses? What successful teaching examples exist at TUHH and beyond?

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to discuss opportunities, challenges, approaches, teaching examples as well as conducive factors for research learning with Bachelor students.

Methods

The workshop offers a varied mix of creative methods, self-study time and work in small groups, practical examples from TUHH as well as flanking inputs.

To prepare/ to bring

if necessary 15min reflection

Prerequisite

It is advantageous to reflect in advance on your own understanding of research-based learning as well as on current national and international definitions of terms and systematizations. For this purpose, material for a 15min reflection will be provided in advance.

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

Oct.2023: Supervising written work of international students (BIL) - 1day - on campus

Oct. 2023, 09:00am-4:00pm, on campus, ZLL, room E 4.033 (Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3): Conducting research-based learning wit undergraduate students (Katrin Billerbeck) – bilingual

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Prerequisite

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Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

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23.11.2023: Sketches, pictures, drawings - learning through visualization (GER) - 1day - on campus - RBL

Thu, 23.11.2023, 9:30am-4:30pm, on campus, ZLL, E 4.033 (Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3): Sketches, pictures, drawings – learning through visualization (Siska Simon, Stephanie Wichmann) – german

Does Fake News also exist in science? Red or blue for the slide? A picture is worth a thousand words? Visualization has many functions in teaching – to activate, to organize, to inspire…

Objectives and contents

This workshop will cover various functions of visualization with a focus on acquiring, sharing, and processing information. The influence of technology, culture and zeitgeist will be outlined as background for the core content. The focus of the workshop is on working with and trying out selected visualization forms and tools on your own.

Learning objectives

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to critically evaluate the use of visualizations. They will be able to explain the pedagogically added value of appropriate visualizations as well as design examples of visualizations with selected tools for their own teaching.

Methods

The workshop will feature impulse lectures, practical exercises on visualization, the application of selected tools and work on own examples. In addition, there is room for joint discussion and reflection on the topic.

To prepare/ to bring

nothing

Prerequisite

none

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

Basic Program: yes
Focus on Research-Based Learning: no

Registration

Click here to register

12.12.2022: Starting into teaching at the TUHH (BIL) - 1day - on campus - RBL

THU, 12.12.2022, 9:00am-4:00pm, on campus, Channel4, room xy (Harburger Schlossstraße 28): Starting into teaching at the TUHH (Dorothea Ellinger, Marisa Hammer, Ulrike Bulmann, Katrin Billerbeck) – bilingual

The TUHH is a place of education. Those who study with us prepare themselves for the challenges of the future and learn to expand the horizons of technology, science and society. Teaching should therefore be designed in such a way that it enables individual learning even in large courses, offers interdisciplinary perspectives and promotes personal development. What does that look like in practice?

Objectives and contents

The workshop focuses on:

  • getting to know the other participants as well as committed teachers and networking with each other
  • exchanging information about teaching at the TUHH
  • gaining a first insight into Higher Education studies and Engineering Education studies, teaching/learning theories as well as the format of research-based learning

Learning objectives

After the workshop, participants will be able to reflect teaching principles such as learner orientation, learner activation, and teaching/learning theories and explain selected methods for student activation.

Methods

The workshop offers a versatile mix of best practice examples from the TUHH, complementary inputs, working in small groups and creativity methods.

To prepare/ to bring

nothing

Prerequisite

none

Creditability in the qualification program I³ProTeachING:

With the start workshop “Starting into teaching at TUHH”, which is an integral part of the program, you will get into I³ProTeachING in the best possible way.

  • Basic program: yes
  • Focus on research-based learning: yes

Registration

Click here to register

Creditable workshops and events in I³ProTeachING

Recognized Workshops of the ZLL in I³ProTeachING

All ZLL workshops are recognised in the basic I³ProTeachING program. TeachING Appetizer will be recognized up to 6 h in the basic program.

18h of 24 h of workshop time should be dedicated to the topic of research-based learning to get acknowledgement of the focus Research-Based Learning. Have a look into the workshop descriptions above to know which workshop is acknowledged for research-based learning. 

Recognized Workshops outside of the ZLL in I³ProTeachING

In I³ProTeachING, workshops can be selected from the Graduate Academy’s catalogue, which are credited with a maximum of 6h into the total workshop amount. Registration takes place via the homepage of the Graduate Academy

Furthermore I³ProTeachING workshops can be chosen from the online ECIU PhD-program, which are credited with a maximum of 6h into the total workshop amount. The catalogue and registration can be found under: https://www.eciu.org/for-researchers/programme/online-phd-training-programme

Events in I³ProTeachING

Information events

  •     Nov 01, 2022, 11-12 h, Zoom: Info event for starters in winter 2022, without registration
  •     Apr 17, 2023, 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Zoom: Info event for starters in summer 2023, without registration
  •     Nov 02, 2023, 11-12 a.m., Zoom: Info event for starters in winter 2023, without registration

Closing events

  •     Dec. 01, 2022, 3-5 p.m., PhD Exam Room, Building B, Schwarzenberg Campus: 5th I³ProTeachING Closing Event, with registration via form
  •     June 06, 2023, 3-5 p.m., Campus: 6th I³ProTeachING final event, with registration via form
  •     Nov. 30, 2023, 3-5 p.m., Campus: 7th I³ProTeachING closing event, with registration via form

Network meetings

Dates for network meetings for projects whose innovations or analyses are to be implemented in the summer semester 2023

  •     Jan 30, 2023, 10:30-12:00, Campus, ZLL, E 4.033: Network meeting 1, with via form
  •     Mar 27, 2023, 10:30-12:00 a.m., Campus, ZLL, E 4.033: Network Meeting 2, with via form.

Dates for network meetings for projects whose innovations or analyses are to be implemented in the winter semester 2023/24

  •     July 10, 2023, 10:30-12:00, Campus, ZLL, E 4.033: Network meeting 1, with via form
  •     Sep 25, 2023, 10:30-12:00 a.m., Campus, ZLL, E 4.033: Network meeting 2, with about the form.

Network meeting 1: In this meeting you will exchange ideas with other I³ProTeachING participants who also want to implement a practical project in the coming semester. You can find partners, brainstorm and share first ideas as well as discuss content-related and organizational aspects with the I³ProTeachING team.

Network meeting 2: In this meeting you will meet the other I³ProTeachING participants who want to implement a practical project in the coming semester. You exchange planning ideas and concepts. You support each other in a collegial advisory capacity. In addition, you can get specific implementation tips and we will inform you about evaluation approaches and methods.

Plans for 2022

Future workshops

We are planning the following workshop topics for 2022:

  • Moderate and interact online and in presence
  • Developing research-based learning
  • Accompanying students as co-researchers in final theses
  • Set up and supervise learning research projects
  • Designing good exams and giving feedback in project and group work
  • Remote – Labs, Flipped Classroom, E-exams
  • Explain clearly and ask questions
  • Consulting students
  • Sketches, pictures, drawings – learning through visualisation

Are you interested in a specific other topic? Please feel free and let us know!