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Unite! Teaching and Learning - Making Lectures Interactive

The unite! European University Alliance welcomes all partner’s teaching staff to a series of activities designed to share and develop teaching and learning in an international setting. The Teaching and Learning Unite! activities are aimed at all faculties and staff involved with education in all partner universities. We are inviting you to meet Unite! colleagues to share practices with the aim of developing your own teaching. Get an insight into how teaching and learning is promoted at different partner universities.
The activities – webinars, courses and training events – are run by pedagogical experts from the partner universities and are free of charge for the Unite! community. All activities are held in English and run online. You may receive a certificate, and some of the activities award credits.

Time: Wed 2022-03-23 13.00

Location: Metacampus (online)

Language: English

Lecturer: Aurélie Feron

Activity 3: Making Lectures Interactive
Host: Grenoble INP
23 mars, 13.00-16.00

How can I make my lectures more interactive and why? How can I implement these strategies in my course?
What are the benefits for the students? What to look out for?
The workshop will be punctuated by moments of individual work, work in small groups, peer to peer discussions, and theoretical inputs.

Learning outcomes:
•To discover and compare different ways of making lectures more interactive
•To choose (and implement later ) certain strategies, according to your context

Target group:
University teachers

Contact person: Aurélie Feron, email: Aurelie.feron@grenobleinp.fr

Last day to register for this workshop is on March 14th, to register you need to follow this link and ​​​​​​​create an account on Metacampus ​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​. A step by step guide for registration is available on this pdf​​​​​​​​​​​ (pdf 1.5 MB) ​​​​​​​.

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