In the recent period, all teachers had to start rearranging their teaching: teaching remotely became the norm. Teachers have quickly set to work on this in order to continue teaching as well as possible. The CvB has repeatedly expressed its appreciation for this tremendous achievement and students were also happy that 'normal' education was given after all. And although education on location will fortunately become possible again more often, it seems that for the time being, remote teaching education will remain very important.
Questions about education
How do you get more interaction with your students online? Which tools can you use? How do you reach your educational goals? And what possibilities are there to test online? The partners in the Centre for Academic Teaching, including Educate-it, Educational Consultancy & Professional Development (O&T) and TAUU, organised webinars and Q&A's to answer these kinds of questions. A teachers' survey showed that teachers could no longer see the wood for the trees: which party can you turn to for which question?That is why it was decided to organise Teaching Support, a helpdesk in which the partners in the Centre for Academic Teaching pool their services and expertise. All teachers can come here with all their questions. Not just for the present time, but as a new, permanent service.
How do you reach Teaching Support?
Teaching Support will be available from 6 July via firstname.lastname@example.org or 030-2532197. Teaching Support can be reached from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 to 17.00 hours. You are assisted by a teacher assistant who can help you directly or who knows exactly who can help you with your question. You will then be referred immediately.
An overview of all contact details will become available as a PDF shortly.