The student perspective day is an opportunity to get answers to any burning questions you have about how students experience education.
Student representatives from a variety of student organizations including the University Council, the Student Union, the University Innovation Fellows, as well as the Honours Programme will provide you with their insights into the dynamic student experience. On this day, you will hear from a representative from the URaad about how grading has progressed through the ages, and how this has affected student wellbeing. Furthermore, student representatives from the Honours program, the student union, and the University Innovation Fellows will talk about their vision of education in the future, as well as what teaching practices they expect might become old school. The last portion of the day will be devoted to hearing from teaching assistants. EEMCS hires the largest number of teaching assistants university wide, and on the 2nd of June, these teaching assistants will talk about what aspects of their training could be improved, and what it will mean to be a teaching assistant in the future.
All sessions of this day will be held in The Gallery (Inspire or Learn-X), except for the workshop Lightboard, which is is held in the Spiegel.
Please, let us know in which sessions you are participating and put them in your agenda, so you are sure not to miss them!
Thursday 2 june
On the special Workshops page you can register for all the workshops that will be held at the end of each day.