BMOL40080 Teaching in Higher Education
Academic Year 2021/2022
In this module, the participants, who are in the role of graduate teaching assistant, will engage in a scholarly critique of their teaching performance in supporting student learning in their disciplinary context. Participants will apply some of the basic generic and discipline specific skills in their teaching. They will be expected to engage in a scholarly discussion with their peers on best practices in teaching and learning in their context. They will be encouraged to self-assess based on feedback from their peers and/or their students, i.e. encouraged to take responsibility for judging the quality of their teaching. The module will be delivered in face-to-face workshops with the support of online resources and participants must be in an active teaching role.
– Demonstrate knowledge and critique of the principles of teaching and learning in relation to your own practice and subject area
– Critically evaluate your own teaching and learning approaches and their impact on learners and how they learn
– Select and apply the most appropriate techniques and skills for the specific learning context (based on student needs, subject area, format, setting)
– Take responsibility for planning teaching and learning activities to encourage student engagement in learning and the achievement of specified learning outcomes for each session
– Take responsibility for evaluating your own performance based on feedback from a variety of sources (peer, academic staff) and demonstrate willingness to change your practices in light of this feedback
– Demonstrate an awareness of UCD, College and School policies and procedures that impact on your roles as a Teaching Assistant and discuss their implications for your practice
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