TC: Designing a Course Session
May 05, 2022
from 09:00 to 01:00
|Contact Name||Katharina Wolf|
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Course sessions constitute units of learning that have to be carefully designed. When planning a session, it is essential to adapt the teaching methods and modes of working to the teaching aims and learning objectives. In the workshop you will learn key skills such as defining teaching aims and learning objectives and learn how to structure the single sessions of your courses meaningfully. Also, you will get the chance to discuss your own session syllabi.
In particular we will address the following questions:
- How do I structure a course session? How do I design the initial and concluding phase?
- Which teaching methods and working forms are useful and to which ends?
- Which possibilities to react do I have if the course of a session does not meet my expectations?
The workshop has two phases. It starts with an introduction, thematic input and a general discussion of the topic. In the second phase, we will work on your session syllabi. Please bring them to the event or upload them to StudIP in advance!
// Prof. Dr. Katharina Stornig (GCSC)
A related course on Designing a Course Syllabus will be held by Dr. habil. Michael Basseler on April 28th, 2022.