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Flipping the classroom
To flip your teaching means that you switch up instructions and homework: instructions are offered online. There are many ways to achieve this: use a video, a podcast, a quiz.
Flipping the classroom: ‘This course lays a foundation that students can build on for the rest of their studies’
The challenge: take three hundred students from vastly varying disciplines and teach them the basics of academic thinking in twelve lessons. Impossible? Professor Ben Arps and his team of tutors succeeded. It resulted in a large amount of positive student evaluations.
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Tools for interactive learning
Active learning is one of the ambitions mentioned in the University’s educational vision (Learning@LeidenUniversity).
Blended learning is a well-thought-out mix of online and on-campus learning, tailored to the learning objectives, the curriculum and the student. It contributes to the student’s learning experience and the quality of teaching. Blended learning can incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous activi…
Blended Learning is a combination of face-to-face and online learning. In Blended Learning we look at how ICT applications can be used alongside traditional teaching methods to stimulate students to engage more actively with the learning materials. This may require students to work individually or in…
- Weblectures and Knowledge clips
A talking head is a video in which the presenter is recorded from the waist up. This format usually includes visual aids like slides, a board, an object or an animation. This can be recorded in your office, at home or in the studio. If you consider recording in your office or at home, you might want…
ICTE Innovation Programme
Holograms that help you learn, flexible learning spaces and electronic learning materials that adapt to your personal level. The ICT & Education (ICTE) Innovation Programme is exploring and experimenting with innovative teaching methods.
- Best practices
A web lecture is a recording of a presentation, a lecture, or workshop that can be viewed online after it has taken place. This recording consists of a combination of video, sound, and PowerPoint/Prezi slides. The basic principle behind web lectures at Leiden University is that they should serve as…
- How to use video in your teaching?
The Activating Podcast Method: engaging students with the help of blended learning
How can I get students to collaborate more and increase their engagement? That was the question that teacher, and winner of the 2022 Faculty Teaching Award, Astrid Van Weyenberg asked herself two years ago. Her solution? A method in which the use of podcasts ensures that students actively engage with…
What's the status on the Programme Standards?
In the autumn, the programme boards submitted Development Plans. The plans were then analysed by the Educational Advice and Quality Assurance (O&K) team. This analysis shows that the programme boards have taken a serious look at their curriculums. The study programme Religious Studies offers a glimpse…
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Small, large or even massive online courses from universities all over the world, for free, or in some cases a fee. That is what we call MOOCs (massive open online courses) on worldwide platforms, or SPOCs (small private online courses) in a more closed setting where the learner is invited.
Meet the Societal Advisory Board
The Faculty of Humanities wants to take a stand in the middle of society with its research and education. That’s why last year, in the middle of a pandemic, the Societal Advisory Board was founded. What are the members’ plans?
Eric Jorink: 'We want to map the tradition of observations'
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research has awarded a grant of 750,000 euros to the 'Visualising the Unknown in 17th-century Science and Society' project. Researchers will reconstruct how seventeenth-century scientists recorded and shared their groundbreaking microscopic discoveries. We…