Conference KTH Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 2015

KTH conference in Higher education, 12 of march 2015.

Welcome to KTH’s first educational conference, KTH Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 2015, KTH SoTL. The conference is open for everyone interested in higher education at KTH. The main purpose of the conference is to stimulate our teachers to develop their teaching and learning by documenting and sharing their educational efforts. It provides thus an opportunity for the contributors to develop their individual pedagogical portfolios.

Schedule KTH SOTL 2015 NEW 2015-03-11.pdf (pdf 94 kB)

Abstracts KTH SOTL 2015.pdf (pdf 546 kB)

Be inspired by your colleagues!

The conference committee has received over 30 contributions! These are some of the keywords submitted by the authors.

Course Development, Peer instructions, Feedback, Pedagogical Teaching tools, Inclusion, E-learning, Internationalisation, Sustainability, Critical pedagogy, Reflection, Concept questions,Technology Enhanced Learning, Equality and Diversity, Flipped classroom, Work related learning, Lab reports, Program integration, Self-regulated learning, Webinar.

The hundredth participant

The lucky hundredth participant is Gerhard Eckel, Affiliated professor at Media and Interaction design at CSC. Gerhard describes his expectaions for the conference to - learn more about how teaching is understood at KTH and get inspired by it. He says he is a an enthusiastic teacher who believes that teaching can only be research driven and should be understood as learning together with the students. As an affiliated professor for Computer Music and Multimedia he is mainly involved in artistic research processes. I am interested to see how these processes relate to research practices at KTH and their relation to teaching.

By participating in the conference he hopes to learn more about how others approach teaching.

The conference is free of charge.

KTH SoTL is hosted by KTH/ECE, School of Education and Communication in Engineering Science/Teaching and learning in Higher Education. Contact email:

Contact: Sara Nyberg 

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