This workshop covers the basics of educational psychology and instructional design, and looks at how to use these ideas in both intensive workshops and regular classes.
The workshop is a mix of lectures and hand-on lessons where you practice giving a short lesson using approaches learned.
This is training for teaching, not technical training; you do not need any particular technical background, and we will not be teaching that.
Date and time: 23-24 November 2015, 09:00-17:00
Trainers: Greg Wilson, Karin Lagesen, Aleksandra Pawlik
Requirements: Participants should bring a laptop that is Internet connected and has a functioning browser. If you have it, a specialized device for recording audio and video (mobile phones and laptops are OK) - throughout the two days, we are going to record one another teaching in pairs or threes. It does not have to be high-quality, but it should be good enough that you can understand what someone is saying.
Also, make sure you read the Preparation section below.
We will use this Etherpad for chatting, taking and sharing notes, URLs and other useful bits.
Contact: Please email email@example.com for more information.
This workshop is supported by ELIXIR-UK.
|09:00||Welcome and introductions|
|9:30||Overview: key concepts and training goals|
|10:00||Formative vs. summative assessment|
|11:00||Teaching as performance art|
|13:30||Discussion on the exercise on teaching as performance art|
|16:00||Reversed Instructional Design. Learning objectives.|
|09:15||Live coding and active learning
|10:00||Teaching as performance art - exercise 2|
|11:00||Homework and workshop operations||11:30||Motivation and demotivation||12:30||Lunch break|
|13:30||Alernative formative assessment|
|15:15||Overview of existing materials; how to contribute|