Read and familiarize yourself with Chapter 3 Discipline-based teaching from the book University teaching in focus: a learning-centred approach / edited by Lynne Hunt and Denise Chalmers. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2013.
Browse through following reports. They will give you an idea about the future work skills.
The aim of the learning logs is to focus and follow your learning and become aware of your thought processes. Learning log is a reflective writing concerning the topics presented in the contact sessions. It is unique record of your thinking and learning during the course. The learning log has to be completed within a week after the contact session. The length of the reflection is around 0,5-1 page. Please submit your learning log here. The logs are visible only for the teachers.
In the learning log you can consider:
What did you think after the teaching session?
What supported your learning in the class?
What kind of thoughts and ideas arouse to you concerning the themes presented?
How can you apply these ideas to your own teaching?
Where would you like to focus in the future? etc.
Here are the texts (reports) to browse through before the second contact session. They'll give an idea about the future work skills. How do they differ? How should you take them into account in your teaching or should you? Consider your own field/discipline, what kind of skills are needed in the future in your field?
If you missed the first contact session, you will find instructions here for a make up assignment and on how you can get back to the learning process. Please submit your task to this inbox.
Make up assignment for Contact Session 1
1. Familiarize yourself with the themes and materials discussed in the first Contact Session (Contact Session 1 Slides and the pictures of group work). 2. Recall the text that you read as a pre-assignment (Chapter 1 Understanding learning: theories and critique from the book University teaching in focus: a learning‐centred approach / edited by Lynne Hunt and Denise Chalmers. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2013). Think about your own approach to learning and teaching (pay attention also to your pre-assignment), How your approach is related to learning theories? How would you describe and define learning? What is your own role in a learning process? What is a student’s role? Write about your own conseptions about two page long reflective text and return your assignment to MyCourses –environment Inbox: Return your make up assignment here, under 1st Contact Session –topic at the latest 14.2.2017.