11 search results for “onderwijsinnovatie” in the Staff website
New insights to support teachers and pupils
Good education is the basis for a fair and sustainable society. To maintain a high level of education, teachers, pupils, lecturers and students need new resources. One of the ways that Leiden University supports them in this is by conducting academic research, largely together with practicing teaching…
Pressure cooker for education
How do you offer proper education in times of corona? Annebeth Simonsz (Educational Advice and Quality Assurance) and Anna Benjamins (ECOLe) work closely together to support lecturers in hybrid and online education. They are happy to share with the faculty, lecturers’ creative solutions for the new…
Ten lecturers receive Senior Teaching Qualification
On 28 June, ten dedicated lecturers received their Senior Teaching Qualification (SKO). Rector Hester Bijl congratulated them in an online meeting. We asked some of them what this qualification means to them, what they believe ‘good teaching’ entails and what makes them so passionate about education…
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Students meet each other from a distance
For a lot of students, the covid crisis means that a sense of community is hard to find during their studies. Lettie Dorst, university lecturer of translation studies and English linguistics, explains how she tries to create a 'community of learners’.
‘Teaching is a craft, not engineering’
Brandon Zicha (Leiden University College The Hague) had always been critical of the teaching system at universities. But it was only when he passed the Senior Teaching Qualification at the end of last year that he was able to explain exactly what was wrong with it.
Digital Examination: easier marked and faster results
Digital examination is an emerging new form of examination: exams are easier to mark and students get their grades faster. This year, on the basis of the central Pilot Project Digital Examination, the Expertise Centre for Online Learning (ECOLe) set out to make it possible for the Humanities Faculty…
The winner of the 2018 Faculty Teaching Prize
The Teaching Prize is presented every year during the opening of the Faculty Year as a means of showing our excellent, devoted lecturers the appreciation they deserve. Lecturers are nominated by students, student associations and student members of programme committees. Four were nominated this year…
AduLet Build the Community Workshop
Supervising thesis students (UTQ module)