In this module, we explore different ways to integrate disciplinary research with teaching. The aim is to study and discuss a wide variety of approaches that can be used to link research methods and results to teaching and learning activities. We will cover both more traditional activities that can be easily integrated into existing courses and more advanced activities.
The first meeting will last around 2 hours and we will use Zoom as the platform for the meeting. During the meeting, we will focus on discussing ideas from the different materials.
The focus during the online session will be on discussing and sharing experiences with each other. Depending how many we are in each session, we might work in smaller breakout groups for some time. We will work through the following themes:
Introduction: Introduce your self briefly (1min) and say something about your experience with teaching-research integration. General thoughts and questions about the material
What are your generell thoughts about this framework?
How do you think this framework can help you?
Where do you think most of your teaching activities are at the moment?
How much do you know about other courses in your program?
What approaches can you use to involve students in the inquiry circle?
In what phases is student involvement difficult?
How can involve students in all phases? What is needed to solve challenges?
Student independence - Who is in control:
What are your general thoughts on the table?
What limitations and challenges can you see with student independence?
How difficult is it for you to let go and let students take control?