On this page you will find teacher stories. Teacher stories are inspiring stories from teachers of all faculties at the University of Amsterdam. These ideas and sample practices on various topics include not only the teacher perspective, but also the student perspective. Get inspired and share knowledge about teaching practice.
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Through knowledge clips, teaching material is offered in an interactive way and the flipped classroom principle is applied.
“Revolutionary” and “very engaging”; that’s what students think of live grading sessions. The sessions helped them to get motivated.
How do you handle switching practicums in a face-to-face cursus to an online environment? Lecturer Tabitha Dreef shares her experience.
Geoanimations, a powerful interactive didactic online tool for Physical Geography. Gotze van Kalsbeek explains how geoanimations, supported by a Grassroots grant, have contributed to education.
Structured, Activated, Online Education. Lecturer Tom Broens (UAMC) explains how he used structure to activate students during online education.
Participation, interactive, informal. lecturer Djûke Poppinga thinks that hybrid education is a way to teach successfully. Read more about her method and the experience of a student.
Activated learning instead of merely listening. Lecturer Esther Quadackers shows the tools teachers can use to make learning more active.
Collaboration, individual work, and feedback. According to Teun de Vries Team-Based-Learning has it all. He explains how to employ TBL and what the advantages are.
Grassroots project Paul Dijstelberge: Putting Creative City of Amsterdam (1520-1800) on the (digital) map.
Lecturing in the Hybrid Learning Theatre.