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PEDAYOP1 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 10 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period II Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Basic studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Teacher's Pedagogical Studies
Faculty of Education

Learning outcomes

Student
- is able to design and support flexible learning activities in versatile learning environments,
- is familiar with the central theoretical questions of university teaching and learning and
- can identify and overcome personal and institutional challenges in developing pedagogical expertise and practice.

General description

The studies are primarily targeted at professors, teachers, researchers, supervisors and doctoral students working at the Tampere University.

Enrolment for University Studies

The intake is 30 participants and the selection will be made based on the applications. In order to be selected, the applicant has to have a working contract to the Tampere new University (UTA/TUT), or one has to be a doctoral student in the university.

Application form is found on the webpage
http://www.uta.fi/edu/yliopistopedagogiikka/ajankohtaista.html

Teachers

Johanna Annala, Teacher responsible
Johanna.Annala[ät]uta.fi
Sonja Niiranen, Teacher responsible

Teaching

10-Jan-2019 – 17-May-2019
Lectures 30 hours + 10 hours Web-based
Lähiopetus
Thu 10-Jan-2019 at 8.30-15.30, Main building C9
Thu 21-Feb-2019 at 9-15, Rakennustalo RD203, Hervanta campus
Thu 4-Apr-2019 at 9-15, Päätalo C9, City center campus
Thu 16-May-2019 at 9-15, ARVO F025, Keltainen sali
Fri 17-May-2019 at 9-15, Virta 114
Tutorials 10 hours Web-based
Independent work 220 hours Web-based

Evaluation

Pass/fail.

Further information

Priority is given to those who teach, to tenure track personnel, who have agreed with their supervisors / heads of units to participate, and who do not have prior pedagogical training. The application process also emphasises having participants from different faculties and departments, applicant's motivation and ability to commit to the studies.