Welcome to the ENG's course environment of course assistant as a learning fasilitator.
The course, comprising four three-hour teaching sessions, is designed to provide you with tools and ideas to support your work as a teaching assistant. Each session will deal with one or two themes in an interactive manner. You can earn two credit points by attending all four teaching sessions and doing all the course work, and, if you are interested in pursuing further pedagogical studies at Aalto, you can use these credit points as part of the A! Peda Intro (5 cr) –course.
After the course you will
- be able to observe the classroom environment from the learning perspective and identify aspects to support students' learning process
- recognise ways to support students' study motivation
- identify your role as a learning instructor
Course schedule and place
The schedule for the course is the following:
- Tuesday 15.10.2019 at 13.00–16.00 in class 150, Otakaari 4
- Tuesday 29.10.2019 at 13.00–16.00 in class 150, Otakaari 4
- Tuesday 12.11.2019 at 13.00–16.00 in class 150, Otakaari 4
- Tuesday 26.11.2019 at 12.00–16.00 in class 201, Otakaari 4
This course is organised by Aalto University School of Engineering Learning Services in cooperation with the the University Pedagogical training network.
The course teachers are Maire Syrjäkari (teacher in charge) and visitors (email@example.com), educational developers at ENG Learning Services.
This is the link to the Aalto University e-course on its code of conduct. Completing this e-course is a mandatory requirement to pass this course. Please complete it and mark it as done in the completion progress bar on your MyCourse page when you have completed it. The deadline for completing this e-course is 26.11.2019, but you can do it now already.
All the course material used during the first day is found here: the slides, the assignments along with the instructions and the material you have made in the class. The submission boxes for your first assignment (reading, teaching observation, group work and reflection) are here as well.
The posters you made in your groups are posted at the bottom of this page.
All the course material used during the second day is found here: the slides and the assignments along with the instructions. The submission boxes for your second assignment (reading, teaching observation, group work and reflection) are here as well.
The posters you made in your groups follow after the assignment.
For those who did not attend, the makeup assignment to compensate for the missed class is at the bottom of the page.
All the slides used during the third day are found here.
Contact session 4, 26.11.2019, at 12:00-15:00, Otakaari 4, room 201, Learning difficulties and motivation