Virtual FS 2020

Refresh Teaching Special: “Teaching in the time of Corona”

We are currently all facing great challenges in our every day life and teaching. This requires both our flexibility and our creativity in how we plan and implement our teaching.

This gives you the opportunity to share your own online teaching experiences and gather new ideas from other colleagues. The topics to the Refresh Teaching online events will be published here shortly before the event takes place.

Past Events FS 2020

June 24th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Reflecting on emergency remote teaching, Part 2
What should remain and what should change for HS20
past
June 10th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Reflecting on emergency remote teaching, Part 1
What should remain and what should change for HS20
past
May 13th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
A new perspective on teaching video
Their usefulness in remote teaching
past
May 6th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
How can practical work and experiments be run during university shutdown?
Three lecturers report on their experience
past
April 29th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Towards a new normal – an EPFL and ETH joint event
Moving beyond emergency online teaching towards sustainable practices
past
April 22th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Online teaching from the perspective of student teaching assistants
Creating an interactive environment in exercise classes
past
April 15th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Virtual block courses
Difficulties, possibilities and experience reports
past
April 8th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Graded and ungraded semester performances
Didactically sound, online and offline alternatives to written examinations
past
April 1th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Virtual group work
How to perform group work virtually on Zoom
past
March 25th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Instructional lecture
Ways of getting your instructional content online
past
March 18th, Online Event
Virtual Zoom meeting
Teaching in the time of Corona
Early teaching experience with Zoom
past