Teacher Development Programme
This wiki describes the Teacher Development Programme at ITU. The programme modules are mandatory for all assistant professors and some are available to other employees. Programme manager: Learning Consultant Annelise Agertoft, anag@itu.dk
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Intended Learning Outcomes

After successfully completing the Teacher Development Program, the participants should be able to:
  • plan, implement, and evaluate:
    • teaching based on constructive alignment
    • learning activities relative to ILOs and educational context (1)
    • assessment tasks (2) relative to ILOs and educational context
  • identify and apply relevant pedagogical theories and didactic principles and methods
  • discuss teaching/learning praxis with colleagues and peers (3)
  • supervise projects and theses
  • identify and use technology for learning activities and assessment tasks
  • reflect on learning activities, assessment tasks, teaching praxis and own development as a teacher

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Module overview

For courses/workshops without written assignments diplomas are issued only for full time participation. Suggested progression for a 2 year period.
Module
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
Total hours
Individual intro
- Supervisor and mentor allocation
- Readings
- Portfolio
7
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
21
Mentor, supervisor & assessment
with written assignments
4
2
4

4

40
1
55
Framing course
6
3






9
practiseIT
(Peer-to-peer
observation & feedback)



8
2
4
7
4
25
Workshop:
Learning technologies



4
10



14
Course:
Project and thesis supervision

4






4
Seminar:
Exam seminar
6







6
5 elective workshops:
teachIT
(Plan and execute one,
Participate in four)

2

2

8
2
2
16
Hours per quarter
23
13
6
16
18
14
51
9
150



(1) student centered learning, educational level (B.Sc. v M.Sc.), education form (face-to-face v online), domain specifics, ...
(2 )incl. examination forms, ongoing, formative assessment, ...
(3) overall purpose: improve own, peer, institutional teaching/learning development