As part of the TALIDA project, several UiB faculty were interviewed to address the “uniqueness” of the Norwegian Higher Education System, compared to the “American” more active learning centric model of teaching. See the results below
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Author: Magnus Nerheim
As part of the TALIDA project, UiB faculty were challenged to reflect on the possibilities of Alternative Assessment and some of the reasons why the utilization of Alternative Assessment methods aren’t widespread at UiB.
The future of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teaching and assessment will likely be closely linked to digital tools that are integrated into the education, but it is a fact that there is a widespread use of paper-based teaching and assessment in STEM courses at present. In order for STEM to adopt new types of comprehensive […]
Hi, My name is Lone Holst. I am a pharmacist with a Ph.D. in “Use of herbal remedies in pregnancy”. I teach Social Pharmacy which is all about how pharmacists should do their work in a pharmacy or elsewhere. I am involved in a first semester course, FARM103 which is an introduction to the profession […]
Large scale classic physics courses are a key part of the curriculum in many degrees in Natural sciences and through that finds unique challenges with a diverse and fresh group of students. Realizing the digital resources in classical physics are plentiful online, professor Bodil Holst‘s approach to a blended learning course in classical physics gives […]
Rethinking assessment and moving away from the skoleeksamen is a core part of Marco Hirnstein’s redesign process. His module on Learning and behavior is part of the Bachelor’s programme in General Psychology. We sat down with Marco to discuss his motivation for redesigning his module, and his plans forward. Why you are participating in […]
We sat down with Kjetil Evjen to discuss his plans to stepping away from the traditional when redesigning two courses in Comparative Politics. Kjetil’s motivation for joining TALIDA is to look for new inspirations and ideas. Kjetil’s quest to redesigning the courses is not only personl, but also requested by the department as a way […]
Insights into the course redesign process in Legal culture to focus on active student learning, student peer review and alternative assessment. We sat down and discussed with Professor Søren Koch. Tell us about the course you are redesigning? The title of my course is Comparing Legal Cultures in Europe JUS 290-2. The course is […]
Professor i digital kultur Jill Walker Rettberg var en av våre tidlige piloter på Mitt UiB. Erfaringer med oppgaver knyttet opp mot læringsutbytte deler hun i denne videoen.
There are a plethora of options when it comes to changing assessment, from the smallest efforts with great results, to complete course reworks as we do in TALIDA. As the Project Manager for Digital Assessment at UiB, addressing changes in assessment to focus on student learning has always been the main goal. Secondary, is utilizing the […]