Providing education

On this page you find information needed for providing education. Reade more about giving feedback, activating didactics, motivation and guiding students.

Giving lectures

Giving lectures to a group of students can be hard or exciting. here are no fixed rules, but there are a few starting points that can offer you something to hold on to.

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Checklist for new lecturers

If you are just beginning your career in teaching, there are a lot of new things to discover. To inspire, inform and welcome you, we have made a helpful checklist.

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Hybrid and online education

The Radboud University campus has facilities to enable online and hybrid education. These facilities are only realized in the Campus&Facilities rooms.

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Giving feedback

Feedback is important for the learning process. It is one of the most effective ways to positively influence the learning outcomes of your students. To do this, the feedback must be informative and arrive at the student.

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Using peerfeedback

In peer feedback, students evaluate each other's work. Students don't have the same expertise as a teacher to evaluate the work of others, but even then the feedback can be very rewarding.

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Teaching abroad

A work experience abroad is a great way of learning from a colleague in a similar job function, gaining new insights or knowledge, and exchanging experiences. Take a look at the possibilities Radboud University has to offer.

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Activating forms of teaching

With an active way of teaching you ensure that you involve your students more in your education. This helps them to keep their attention and to better apply knowledge and skills in new situations.

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Motivating forms of teaching

Motivation is inherently linked to learning. As a teacher you can influence the motivation of your students. You can distinguish between two types of motivation: intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.

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Skill Deck for developing Academic Skills

The Skill Deck - developed by Frank Léoné (Assistant professor Cognitive Psychology) - aims to help students in developing academic and professional skills. They can use the cards for self-reflection, peer feedback and for discussion with their lecturer.

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Thesis and internship supervision

The thesis and internship are special components of the study programme. Students work largely independently and as a teacher you have intensive contact with students to guide them in this.

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Coaching students

Coaching students contributes to self-management of students. There are various forms of coaching, such as supervising internships, theses, working groups and mentoring.

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Do you have any questions or are you looking for more information? The Teaching Information Point of your faculty will be happy to assist you.