17 November 2016 from 12 noon to 4.30 pm

Background
At DTU a lot of good teaching happens every day, and constantly many teachers develop new methods and interesting ways to support students’ learning and development of engineering competencies.

Every second year since 2008, one DTU teaching seminar has been organised as a conference. Thus, this fall's seminar was the 4th “DTU Biennial for Teaching and Learning”, once more with the aim of bringing good teaching practice in a wide sense into focus. Teachers at DTU were invited to exchange experiences and to be inspired from one another, and many seized the opportunity. More than 20 - from 12 DTU departments - contributed with presentations, workshops, and panel discussions that involved the 135 participants actively in the seminar.

Introduction by Dean Martin E. Vigild
>Presentation
>Video recording (podcast channel)

Sessions

Workshop (in Danish)

Student Driven Learning – are we ready to lose control?

Helle Rootzen, DTU Compute, Sidsel-Marie Winther Prag, LearningLab DTU

> Abstract (peer reviewed)

> Presentation

 

Panel dissussions

 

Experiences from LMS (Learning Management Systems) Pilot Projects

>Video recording (podcast channel)

Lasse Skovgaard Jensen, DTU Mekanik (Canvas)

> Presentation

Luca Vezzaro, DTU Environment (Canvas)

> Presentation

Tine Hald, DTU Food (Blackboard)

> Presentation

Pernille Erland, DTU Byg/Janne Fritt-Rasmussen, AU (Blackboard)

> Presentation

 

Experiences with Student Peer Review / Peer Assessment

>Video recording (podcast channel)

Jens E. Wilhjelm, DTU Elektro (CampusNet)

> Presentation

Henrik L. Christiansen, DTU Fotonik (Coursera, Blackboard)

> Presentation

Sune Lehmann, DTU Compute (peergrade.io)

Jan Martinussen, DTU Bioengineering (Coursera, Canvas)


Presentations with discussions / activities


Designing a master level course from scratch – where to start and how to proceed? Experiences from course 31783

Mattia Marinelli, DTU Elektro

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

 

Success trap: Managing the education of 200+ students

Joana Geraldi, DTU Management, Christian Thuesen, DTU Management

>Presentation

>Reading for workshop
>Paper (peer reviewed)

 

"Involving students' 'toys' to make them learn: an example of learning digital signal processing using the low price platform ARDUINO"

Bastian Epp, DTU Elektro

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

>Screen cast 1, Screen Cast 2, Screen Cast 3, Screen Cast 4

 

Bringing modelling to life: current research in an introductory MSc modelling course

Philip John Binning, DTU Environment

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)

 

Active Learning in a multi-instructor PhD course

Brian MacKenzie, DTU Aqua

>Abstract

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)

 

Improving conceptual understanding by inductive teaching: An example of its success

Maarten Nauta, DTU Food

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)

 

Blended learning in embedded programming and digital technique

Ole Schultz, DTU Diplom

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)

 

In Danish:


Kan en workshop om bedømmelse give de studerende højere karakterer?

Claus Thorp Hansen, DTU Mekanik

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)

 

Innovation pilot – procesforståelse via double diamond

Sara Grex og Hanne Løje, DTU Diplom

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)


At bringe virkeligheden ind i undervisningen

Brian Elmegaard, DTU Mekanik

>Abstract (peer reviewed)

>Presentation

>Video recording (podcast channel)

 

Closing
>Video recording (podcast channel)

Presentation of the first Winner of DTU's Award for Developing Teaching and Learning
> Presentation

Presentation by this years' Wwnner Günther H.J. Peters, DTU Chemistry, of the development  initiative that is the basis for the Award
>Presentation

http://www.learninglab.dtu.dk/english/seminars/dtu-seminars-for-teaching-and-learning/biennial
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