Close contact between students and their teachers has long been highly appreciated as part of teaching at CBS. Even with the introduction of blended learning, CBS will continue to be an on-campus university where students come to engage with teachers. Where online learning offers flexibility in time and space, opportunities to support diversity in students’ learning preferences as well as new opportunities in the form of activities that engage students outside the classroom, face-to-face teaching provides the social setting for discussion, questioning and collaborative analysis and reflection.
Below you may find some inspiration for in-class activities – all of them suitable for both smaller and large classes. The following eleven learning activities (among others) appear in Kim Jesper Herrman and Anna Bager-Elsborgs book “Effektiv Holdundervisning – en håndbog for nye undervisere på universitetsniveau“, from 2014. Feel free to borrow a copy from Teaching & Learning.
For inspiration about asking questions and enabling a dialogue in class, read Jakob Ravn and Jens Tofteskovs publication Questions and Dialogue here.