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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  • Cases

    A reality check to bring your lecture material to life. 

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  • Clarify your answer

    Difficult questions are answered by an increasingly larger group of students. An exercise in consensus and clarity.

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  • Agree, disagree

    A traditional method adapted to an educational setting. Gauge the knowledge, characteristics or opinions of your students in an interactive way.

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  • Writing(s) on the wall

    In this group process students walk between flip charts to read, note down their opinions, reflect and discuss. 

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  • Student Generated Test Questions

    Students themselves develop test or examination questions and matching model answers.

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  • One minute paper

    Learning outcomes at a glance.

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  • Visible knowledge

    Use this activity to get students to convert their knowledge into engaging images.

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  • Visual space

    A friendly icebreaker to gain rapid insight into the opinions, characteristics and mood of the group.

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  • The Dilemma Game

    Considering, setting priorities and making a decision; how to navigate complex dilemma's?

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  • The muddiest point

    Help your students get through the mud.

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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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