The nomination is still possible until 31.07.2021!
In the winter semester 19/20, we awarded the teaching prize for the first time at the Faculty of Business and Economics to recognise and reward outstanding teaching.
In order to set different focal points, the topic changes every semester. In the summer semester 2021, the theme is:
Best Digital and Interactive Teaching
Teachers often complain about deep-seated difficulties in understanding among students or deficits in basic knowledge. The use of activating teaching/learning methods and materials can help students to overcome such difficulties. This is especially true if the teaching method and the materials used take into account typical thinking patterns and ideas of students.
- Freie Universität Berlin
The nomination process will be twofold:
You will be able to nominate courses via an online form. The nominating process will start in December. Two main criteria will be evaluated: first, general aspects of good teaching, like the lecturer’s punctuality and their accessibility to students. These are not unique to this semester and will play a role in future semesters as well.
The second criterion of this semester is innovativeness, for example currency of the topics, new methods of teaching and digitalization.
At the end of the semester you already have the opportunity to assess courses. From this semester on, there will be an additional question concerning the teaching award.
This option will only be included if the course is applicable for the teaching award.
The final winner will be elected by a jury of five students that will read and evaluate your answers and suggestions. The jury will be formed by students from different semesters and majors to ensure diversity and objectiveness.
The lecturers of three best courses are invited to give a presentation of their teaching in front of the jury and interested students in the course of an evening event. The public vote will be part of the final decision as well.
Questions for an interactive-oriented course
Winter Semester 2020/2021
Thema: research-oriented teaching
The early granting of insights into the current state of research and/or professional practice of the respective subject promotes good teaching at a high level.
- Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Prof. Dr. Indre Maurer
& Niklas Dreymann
(Seminar Empirische Netzwerkanalyse)
Winter Semester 2019/2020
Topic: most innovative major course
Prof. Michael Wolff
(Unternehmensführung & Corporate Governance)
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3, 37073 Göttingen
Sprechstunden: Dienstag und Donnerstag, 12:00 - 13:00 Uhr
per E-Mail oder auf Anfrage über BigBlueButton