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Study groups are important to the students’ academic learning outcomes and their sense of belonging to their programme. However, there is no clear…
The students’ relationship is a significant factor when it comes to their academic outcome and well-being. One way to strengthen the academic and…
Well-functioning study groups do not necessarily happen automatically. At AU Educate, you can find tools to help you support the work in study groups…
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In this newsletter, we present our courses and workshops for autumn 2023, e.g., our workshop on establishing well-functioning study groups, a course in educational leadership, a peer-mentoring course for experienced doctoral supervisors, an introduction to the Danish education system, and a customised blended learning course offers for experienced teaching teams.
In this newsletter, we will focus on the initiative Digitally Competent Graduates. The aim of the initiative is, among other things, to teach students how to manage themselves even more confidently, critically, and innovatively in the digitised labour market of the future.
In this newsletter, we introduce our new workshop on the tool H5P, a workshop about Virtual Exchange, as well as present new formats of the course on facilitation of academic dialogues.
We explore teaching outside AU's yellow walls, and highlight some of the exciting ideas and teaching experiences from our AU colleagues.
In this newsletter, we introduce our new course in educational leadership, a workshop on how to facilitate academic reflection rooms, and workshops that place pedagogical themes in a digital context.