News for lecturers

  • Frank Leoné

    Card game for Recognition and Rewards: 'Making charged topics discussable'

    Having valuable conversations with academic colleagues in an accessible way, about themes that usually remain beneath the surface. This is possible with mmmAcademia, a new card game that promotes dialogue and reflection on Recognition and Rewards.

  • Portretfoto Jan Bransen

    Column Jan Bransen: Learning landscape

    Every now and then a new word pops up – at least new to me – that can be used to articulate an important issue. For example, I came across the word "learning landscape" as an alternative to the word "curriculum". I think it's a great find.

  • Een student met een koptelefoon op achter een computer in het Comeniusgebouw.

    Final exam period with Cirrus

    From September 2024, the new Ans assessment software will be used for all digital assessments. Assessment period 4 (June-July 2024) will be the final exam period with Cirrus.

  • Joud Alkorani

    The educational passion of Joud Alkorani

    As a counterpart to educational burdens, we invite a Radboud lecturer each month to talk about their educational passion. This month, Joud Alkorani, Assistant Professor of Islam, Politics, and Society, talks about what energises her in teaching.

  • Een student met een koptelefoon op achter een computer in het Comeniusgebouw.

    Upscaling of tests with test software Ans goes well

    During the March-April testing period, the new testing software Ans was used for 17 tests - over a thousand students were able to work with it. Some Ans tests with additional software such as SPSS were also taken successfully.

  • Jeroen de Jong portret

    Teaching is craftsmanship!

    In his column, Jeroen explains that it is essential to give teachers confidence and space to explore new methods and keep evolving in their profession. His goal is to inspire students and make them experience "aha!" moments.

  • Portret van Marie-Sophie Simon

    Students in control of their own development: ‘It gives meaning to what I do’

    The recently defined educational vision highlights 'the student as a developing academic’ as one of its nine core aspects. Marie-Sophie Simon explains how she takes control of her learning process and how lecturers play a role in this.

  • Portret van Saskia Glas

    The educational passion of Saskia Glas

    As a counterpart to educational burdens, we invite a Radboud lecturer each month to talk about their educational passion. This month, Saskia Glas, Assistent Professor Sociology, talks about what energises her in teaching.

  • Groep studenten in overleg

    Colleagues share their 'Good Practice' in new TIP Exchange List

    The new TIP Exchange List highlights a 'Good Practice' from a fellow teacher every month. Drop by, and be inspired!

  • Comeniusgebouw B

    Information meeting Comenius programme

    A new application round for the Comenius grants will start in June. In anticipation of the call for proposals, the Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre is organising an information meeting for lecturers thinking about applying.

  • Twee collega's overleggen

    Working together in education: how feedback and empathy contribute to a safe working and learning environment

    The recently defined educational vision highlights 'the teacher as a team member'. Sabine Geurts (Occupational and Organisational Psychology) and Renske van der Cruijsen (Orthopaedagogy) explain how it contributes to quality education.

  • Merel van der Wal portrait2

    Column Merel van der Wal: Time for a big spring cleaning

    Merel compares the end of a teaching block to spring, when a 'spring cleaning' takes place. She reflects on the past block, her own role in teaching, and plans new ideas for the future.