TeachEUR

for engaging education

Welcome to TeachEUR

A source of teaching methods from which lecturers can draw inspiration for online and offline teaching. TeachEUR is an evolving collection that expands and develops as a result of the progressive insights of all its users. If you have ideas, feedback or have created a teaching method, e-mail it to cli@eur.nl. If you have questions about the available tools and materials, please contact your faculty’s Learning & Innovation team (EUR or EMC). 

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  • Quizzing

    Welcome to the lecture quiz. The quiz that enables your students to find out what they do and do not know.  And you too, as quizmaster!

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  • Peer review

    Students give each other feedback and double their learning!

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  • Your teaching activity here!

    Do you like experimenting with teaching methods? Then share these with us on TeachEUR!

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  • (Online) Discussion

    Knowledge makes an impact if you know how to use it. Challenge students to a serious discussion that they’ll not be quick to forget!

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  • Think - Pair - Share

    Students discuss a question or assignment in pairs and explain this in a plenary session. Let's think - pair - share!

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  • Kleppen dicht

    Laptops stay closed and you teach students how to take structured, handwritten notes.

  • Listen, stop, compare

    A plain activity that helps create conditions in class that facilitate attentive listening.

    An English translation of this activity will be added within 2 weeks
  • Video roleplay

    Role play is often (a bit too) exciting for students. By working in pairs, having them record and evaluate their own role play you lower the treshold for this exercise.

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  • Finish the sentence

    A quick and simple activity to switch students on and gather input at the same time. 

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  • Students as experts

    Comprehend literature by getting the students to work together like jigsaw puzzle pieces to make the jigsaw complete.  

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  • Synthesize it

    Have students learn by exchanging the subject matter.

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  • Fishbowl

    Have an in-depth debate with a part of the group and activate the audience by asking them for analysis and reflection afterwards.

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