Lehre 4.0 | Enabling students - Using digital survey tools and multiple choice tests in your own teaching
Oct 06, 2020
from 12:00 to 02:00
|Where||This event takes place online.|
|Contact Name||Lehre 4.0|
|Contact Phone||0641 99 2137 3|
Hochschullehrende und (lehrende) Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen und Nachwuchswissenschaftler aller Fachbereiche und Interessierte.
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This event is primarily held in German . Nevertheless, you are of course cordially invited to participate and ask questions and comment in English .
By using survey tools, lecturers can vary lectures and seminars, and activate students in both face-to-face and synchronous online teaching, encourage reflection and easily design feedback situations. Multiple choice tests, if correctly formulated and used, can also support the teaching process and independent learning of students. In this online seminar you will get an overview of the possible applications of survey tools and multiple choice tests in teaching and discuss the purely practical, possibilities, but also challenges.
- can use survey tools for student activation, self-evaluation and metacognition in teaching.
- can use multiple choice tests as formative feedback and in the assessment phase.
- can formulate "good questions" for MCT.
- can exploit the technical possibilities for the meaningful use of MCT.
|Trainer||Ilka Nagel (Østfold University, Norway)|
|Target Group||Teaching Stuff at the JLU|
|Date||06th October 2020, 12.00 - 14.00 h|
|Registration||register via email to|
What awaits you in a online seminar?
You will get access to our virtual classroom in ILIAS after registration. There you will find access to the virtual meeting. In advance, you will also receive a short guide on how to get to ILIAS and enter the meeting there.
Find out more in the current syllabus.
This event can be credited with 2 AE in the subject area "media competence" or in the competence area " digitalization" to the certificate "competence for professional university teaching" of the Hochschuldidaktischen Netzwerk Mittelhessen (HDM).