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Educational innovation at Humanities: 'Students are great initiators’
In the academic year 2018 - 2019, the Faculty of Humanities established the Educational Innovation Programme. In this way, the faculty wants to realise the ambitions from the educational vision of Leiden University in education. How is the programme currently doing? We talked to project manager Sanne…
Students create creative language lessons for primary and secondary education: ‘Not enough attention paid to languages’
The earlier you introduce children to a language, the sooner they can be captivated by it and see that there is more than just Dutch and English. That is the basis for the language lessons for primary education that Alisa van de Haar, university lecturer of French, collaborated on. ‘Deans from different…
Students meet each other from a distance
For a lot of students, the covid crisis means that a sense of community is hard to find during their studies. Lettie Dorst, university lecturer of translation studies and English linguistics, explains how she tries to create a 'community of learners’.
‘Teaching is a craft, not engineering’
Brandon Zicha (Leiden University College The Hague) had always been critical of the teaching system at universities. But it was only when he passed the Senior Teaching Qualification at the end of last year that he was able to explain exactly what was wrong with it.
Tsolin Nalbantian receives Comenius grant: 'We must bridge the gap between education and society'
In academia, the mention of Wikipedia might be met with suspicion. However, for Tsolin Nalbantian, university lecturer Modern Middle Eastern Studies, the encyclopedia is an opportunity to broaden the skills of her students and to increase public knowledge. She received a Teaching Comenius Fellowship…
The winner of the 2018 Faculty Teaching Prize
The Teaching Prize is presented every year during the opening of the Faculty Year as a means of showing our excellent, devoted lecturers the appreciation they deserve. Lecturers are nominated by students, student associations and student members of programme committees. Four were nominated this year…
Matthijs van Leeuwen: 'I want to teach students responsible data science'
Computer scientist Matthijs van Leeuwen is one of four science faculty members who obtained the Senior Qualification in Education in 2021. What was that like and what drives him? ‘In my own education I would have liked to see more attention paid to the responsibility that machine learning and data mining…
Digital Examination: easier marked and faster results
Digital examination is an emerging new form of examination: exams are easier to mark and students get their grades faster. This year, on the basis of the central Pilot Project Digital Examination, the Expertise Centre for Online Learning (ECOLe) set out to make it possible for the Humanities Faculty…
Positive assessment of teaching quality at Leiden University
Leiden University has received a positive assessment in the Institutional Quality Assessment audit (ITK). This is the second time that quality assurance at Leiden University has been assessed positively.
Drukbezocht Onderwijsfestival in het teken van innovatie
De acht ambities van de onderwijsvisie Learning@LeidenUniversity stonden centraal op het drukbezochte Onderwijsfestival op 19 juni. Meer dan 200 docenten en studenten kwamen naar innovatieve broedplaats PLNT voor inspiratie en best practices op het gebied van onderwijsvernieuwing.
Spaces and Support for Active Learning & Teaching
Within the Vision on Teaching and Learning, one of the 8 ambitions is Activating Teaching and Learning. With the support of the Vice-Deans and Vice-Rector, Hester Bijl, the Saltswat project is working on accelerating this ambition. What is the purpose of this site? Being effective…
- Online Lecturer Week (Education Parade postponed)
Lecturers share knowledge during expert meetings on educational innovation
Interculturality, diversity and digital skills. These were themes on which lecturers shared their experiences during expert meetings on educational innovation. During each meeting, six instructors gave a short presentation on their respective projects. This was followed by a discussion in which they…