MARCHET offers 4 different modules. Each module focuses on a certain theme. Within a module teachers can deepen their knowledge on how to use technology in a didactically sound manner. Every module contains information on the added value of using educational technology. Furthermore, teachers get the opportunity to share experiences with colleague teachers and to explore and practice with several tools. This way, teachers will be able to redesign (part of) their education in a didactically sound manner when they want to introduce technology into their teaching.
All modules will start again in week 14 (April 4th). The group process ends in week 25 (June 23rd). If you want to participate in a module (or more than one) please take a look at the following points:
1. Fill out the registration form before March 23rd
2. The moderator will contact you by telephone for an interview
3. You get access to the learning environment of the module(s)
4. Test session videoconferencing on March 31: test your access and the equipment
For exact dates and deadlines see the planning documents.
For more information about the content of the modules see the study guides.
Collaborative knowledge building
This module teaches lecturers how their students could jointly develop their knowledge and how they could deepen their knowledge of a subject by the use of technology. Possible questions:
How can a discussion board help with deepening student knowledge on a certain topic?
In what way can a wiki support collaborative knowledge building?
Study Guide Collaborative Knowledge Building
Planning Collaborative Knowledge Building
Take a sneak preview into the virtual learning environment of the module Collaborative Knowledge-Building!
Web 2.0 Educational applications
In this module teachers examine the possibilities that Web 2.0 technologies offers them in their teaching tasks. Examples of these possibilities are using Wikis, vodcasts, Twitter, blogs, RSS, etc.
What is Twitter, and how can you use it in teaching?
How can you use videoconferencing for effective online collaboration?
What are the possibilities of using blogs in education?
What is the added value of a wiki?
Study Guide Web 2.0 Educational Applications
Planning Web 2.0 Educational Applications
Measuring knowledge and understanding
In this module teachers examine how they can assess the prior knowledge of students and how they can make an effective use of digital testing.
How do you design a digital test?
How and why do you use interactive voting systems?
How do you analyze the quality of an online multiple-choice test?
Study Guide Measuring Knowledge and Understanding
Planning Measuring Knowledge and Understanding
Supervising students in distance learning
In this module teachers examine how they can remotely monitor the issues and the progress of students, individually or in groups.
How do you organize an online discussion or brainstorm session with students?
How do you make sure a chat session is executed in the most effective way?
How can you monitor students who do an internship abroad?
Study Guide Supervising Students in Distance Learning
Planning Supervising Students in Distance Learning