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. Via specific agreement between HoD and Learning Support postdocs (except industrial postdocs) may attend (parts of) the programme. 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.
Module
Total hours
Individual intro
- Supervisor and mentor allocation
- Readings
- Portfolio
23
Mentor, supervisor & assessment
with written assignments
55
Framing course - 4 + 4 hours
8
practiseIT
(Peer-to-peer
observation & feedback)
25
Workshop:
Learning technologies - 4 + 10 hours
14
Course:
Project and thesis supervision
4
Seminar:
Exam seminar
5
5 elective workshops:
teachIT
(Plan and execute one,
Participate in four)
16
Hours per quarter
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