Who is this class for: Professional graduate university science teachers: Teaching staff in science faculties. PhD students in science fields. Assistant professors in science fields.


Created by:  University of Zurich

  • Kai Niebert

    Taught by:  Kai Niebert, PhD, Professor for Science Teaching

    Faculty of Science
LevelBeginner
Commitment5 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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University of Zurich
Founded in 1833, the University of Zurich (UZH) is Switzerland’s largest university, with a cur­rent enrollment of over 26,000 students. Made up of seven faculties covering approximately 100 different subject areas, UZH is proud to offer the most comprehensive aca­demic program in the country.
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Rated 4 out of 5 of 19 ratings

The material is clear and easy to follow, but I would like to have more feedback.

Even though there is a rubric for every assignment, sometimes partners are subjective.

was quite helpful and motivating

Great course. VEry helpful for my proper teaching.

Inspiring teacher.

Me gustó mucho el curso. Los videos son llevaderos y fáciles de mirar. Si bien algunas estrategias de enseñanza parecen demasiado intuitivas, es muy común que nos olvidemos de ellas a la hora de enseñar ciencia. Volvernos concientes de su utilidad y ponerlas en práctica pueden mejorar muchísimo la calidad de nuestras clases.

I really liked the course very much! Some tips that seem to be quite intuitive are actually very infrequently in sciences classes. Using them could clearly increase the students chances to undestand some abstract and difficult concepts.