The CEL Academic Teaching Lab is an exclusive opportunity for university teachers to immerse themselves in educational innovation for two days. The participants collaborate with colleagues and experts to improve their academic education through very practical and hands-on learning.
The next edition of the Academic Teaching Lab will be organised on Thursday the 6th and Friday the 7th of December 2018.
What is it?
The Academic Teaching Lab aims to provide teachers and educators with inspiration, flow and focus to improve the teaching they provide and the learning they facilitate. Together with educational experts and advisors, learning developers, teacher trainers and other professionals, ideas for development will be refined and various solutions explored. Feedback from peers and experts will strengthen their approach and guide them towards a solid plan of action that can be executed after these intensive days of study.
Who can participate?
A total number of 12 teachers from the universities of Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Rotterdam are invited to come and grapple with ideas for innovating their courses (i.e. approximately 4 per university). Experience in innovating education is not required. The University Teaching Qualification (BKO) or exemption is required to participate. Candidates are selected through assessment of educational improvement proposals.
What topics are included?
The themes of the workshops and expertise of supportive staff will be aligned with the participants’ topics of interest as appears from the content of their proposals. Possible themes could be: how to improve student motivation and success, blended learning, gamification or augmented learning, to name a few.
Participation in this unique opportunity is free of charge, including hotel accommodation and catering. To apply teachers are requested to write a short proposal. The proposal will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:
Link: Registration Form
Deadline for submitting your proposal and registering via the form is Friday the 19th of October 2018