Teaching Forum

Once a year, ProLehre organizes the Teaching Forum at Schloss Nymphenburg. The focus of this evening event is always a lecture on a topic of university teaching, which provides stimuli for intensive discussions that can be continued in pleasant surroundings over a small buffet after the end of the official part.

Teaching Forum 2021

On 11.05.2021 summer semester's Teaching Forum, organized by ProLehre, took place. Teaching staff had the opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues and experts about current issues in academic instruction and everyday teaching. Various virtual topic tables were offered for this purpose, including:

  • Digital and hybrid lab work and practical courses.
  • Self-care for teaching staff in times of the pandemic
  • What might future hybrid teaching look like?
  • Supervision of remote examinations
  • How can I drive sustainable deep learning in digital courses?

Instead of being held as usual in the rooms of the Siemens Foundation near Schloss Nymphenburg, this the Teaching Forum 2021 was held purely digitally due to the pandemic.

The forum is part of the TUM Learning Festival 2021.

The Forums of Previous Years

Prof. Kristina Edström: The Teaching Trick – how to improve student learning without spending more time teaching (2017)

Agnes Weber: Problem-Based Learning – an activating didactic form of teaching and learning in higher education (2016)

Prof. Elsbeth Stern: From intelligence to intelligent knowledge: the acquisition of competencies in the technical and scientific field. (2015)

Prof. Christian Kautz: What is your audience actually thinking? Uncovering and targeting student misconceptions (2014)

Prof. Manfred Spitzer: Digital dementia (2013)

Wibke Derboven: Behind a thousand formulas no world – dropout in engineering: Factors and approaches to solutions (2012)

Prof. Dr. Dörte Haftendorn: Mathematics for all – a lecture for 1000 studentsBehind a thousand formulas no world - Student dropout in engineering: Factors and approaches to solutions (2011)

Dr. Peter Wex: The Reform of the Reform – risky Developments in the Bologna Process (2010)

Prof. Manfred Prenzel: Are there new ways to demotivate students? (2009)

Dr. Adi Winteler: Evidence-based teaching (2008)

Dr. Carsten Dose: Teaching Professorshipr (2007)

Prof. Anette Scheunpflug: How adults learn (2006)

Prof. Dr. Gisela Anton: Motivated students – what do I do differently? (2005)