Learning Outcomes: After this module you are able to
- recognize different types of assessment methods
- select appropriate assessment method for your course and justify your choices
- discuss how group size effects on selection of teaching methods
- choose and apply teaching methods supporting your learning outcomes
During this module, your learning assignments are (4):
1. Watch the videos DL at the latest 10.5.2019
- Unips-video: Assessment
- Unips-video: Teaching Methods
2. Reading task
- Familiarize yourself with given reading material which you can find below.
3. Course plan version 3.0 DL 10.5.2019 (Find your group's Course Plan -forum under Peer Groups and activities -topic on the left)
- More information in your group's own area (Peer groups and activities, on the left)
- Familiarize yourself with learning materials related to this topic (below).
- Create SWOT-analysis about five teaching methods, here is a template for it. Choose the methods to be analyzed as follows:
- The main method in your course at the moment
- A common method in your own subject field
- Three methods that you consider possible for your own course that you possibly want to try out in your course in future.
- When you choose the teaching methods and justify your decisions, use
the knowledge that you gained doing the SWOT analyses about the teaching
- Create version 3.0 of your course plan, for more instructions, see Course plan: template and versions and drop box for versions 4.0 and Final.
- Please, remember that you have to give feedback from your peers' course plans version 3.0 at the latest 17.5.2019. More information under topic Educational Technology and your own group's Course Plan -forum.
4. Group's Case-working DL 18.5.2019
- Continue to write your group's case. More information about Case-working in Group's own area (Peer Groups and activities, on the left)
Read Norton, L. Assessing student learning. pp. 132-149 in Marshall, Stephanie, Ketteridge, Steve, Fry, Heather. 2009. A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education : Enhancing Academic Practice.
You can find the e-book from Aalto library (click the title).
Read: Marshall, S., Ketteridge, S., & Fry, H. (2009). A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education : Enhancing Academic Practice (Vol. 3rd ed). New York: Taylor & Francis [CAM].
1) Chapter 6: Lecturing to large groups (pages 58 - 71)
ORChapter 7: Teaching and learning in small groups (pages 72 - 84)
AND2) One of the chapters (the most suitable for you) from Part 2 Teaching in the disciplines (pages 213 - 466)