How to arrange peer feedback scenarios? What are obstacles and success indicators? How to guarantee students feel save and can gain from giving and receiving feedback?
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On 17 July the fourth (and last) call of the incentive scheme for open and online education has been opened for higher education institutes.
Are you interested in the use of video in your education at UM? Would you like to hear about experiences of other teachers? Curious about the new VideUM portal? Come to our event. There are still places available.
Members of UM teaching staff, who would like to use video in their education, now have a one stop portal for video recording, uploading and sharing: VideUM. This portal provides information on video production, didactics, copyright, and good practices.
As a UM staff member interested in video education, you are invited to join an event on the use of video from a didactical perspective on Wednesday 14 June.
As a teacher you may wish to implement a student response tool for your lectures. You might also want to increase your students’ motivation and give them a concentration boost. Use GoSoapbox, a web-based clicker tool.
Together with SBE the library has started a project on the management and support of the Mediasite lecture recording tool that is available at several UM locations (and available for teachers from all faculties).
Is it allowed to download multimedia from the Internet and use it for educational purposes? Or to show a movie that you bought in a shop during a classroom lesson or place it in the digital learning environment? Our specialists can inform and help you.
Do your students know where to search for information? Do you sometimes feel they need some extra support with their assignments (whether with searching for information or in writing)? Peer Point can help.