1. The overall quality assurance system of the faculty. Case: Behavioural Sciences

Within the framework of quality assurance for testing, the examination boards of the Faculty of Behavioural Sciences screen tests afterwards. A Test Description form is used to collect information during the screening such as course objectives, study materials, answer keys, tables of standards and/or test matrices. Read more…

By: Henk Boer (OLD CW)

2. Experiences from the Twente Education Model (TOM) pilot 2012-13. Case: Electrical Engineering

Questions with which we have struggled and which we can partially answer, concern: integration of mathematics line, testing and resits, grade inflation, the students' self-knowledge (or lack thereof), combination of 15EC module and the BSA, learning disabilities, late and/or re-intakes. Read more…

By: Cora Salm (Bachelor Coördinator EE), Mark Bentum (UHD EWI) and Jan Eikel (Hgl EWI)

3. Quality Assurance in Joint Education and Distance Education. Case: Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC)

ITC has established collaborative agreements with a number of partner universities in the world in order to offer Double Degree programmes. Double Degree programmes are available at present in China, India, Indonesia, Iran and Ghana. Read more…

By: Tom Loran (Course Director ITC), Rob Lemmens (Docent) and Marie José Verkroost (OD)

4. Vision on skills - The digital skills portfolio. Case: School of Management and Governance (SMG)

Students attend regularly scheduled meetings about their progress with their skills teacher (preferably the same teacher for the duration of the bachelor's programme). In preparation for these meetings, they complete a Personal Development Plan (POP) (who am I, what can I already do and what am I going to do to obtain the skills that I lack?).
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By: Martine ter Braack (OD)

Involvement of industry/professional practice in project-based education. Case: Faculty of Engineering Technology (CTW)

A project with a real client from industry or working on an existing case can be very motivating for students and provide them with a valuable learning experience. Students work on a realistic problem and run into the same things that they will encounter in the practice of their professions. Read more…

By: Lisa Gommer (S&O – CTW), Annet de Kievit (UD) and Eric Lutters (UD)


6. Testing- Three approaches, three best practices, three perspectives for individual teaching

Three forms of testing from different perspectives. The best practices presentations will be preceded by a brief introduction. Following the three presentations, the guests will be asked to discuss whether and how they might use the various test options in their own teaching. New and/or additional ideas which arise from the examples can also be discussed. Read more…

By: Helma Vlas (OD), Lisa Gommer (OD – CTW), Kasper van Zuilekom (UD), Jurnan Schilder (UD) and Edwin van Asseldonk (UD)

7. ICT in Education: The idea bus, are you on board?

Short presentations by UT faculty who are already doing something "innovative" with ICT in education. Short inspiring summary/present examples from outside UT. Read more…

By: Wytze Koopal (OD) and Pascal Wilhelm (UD)

8. “Let your imagination speak” (Project-based Education within TOM)

The first thing you need to develop project-based education is your imagination. If you let that speak, the most original ideas will surface. Practice shows that you, in turn, can also become inspired as a developer of project-based education. Even organizational matters require inventiveness and can challenge you. Every step in the process of designing project-based education requires creativity! Read more…

By: Joke Oosterhuis-Geers (Onderwijskundig Adviseur)

9. Teacher professionalization? I am already a professional!

Our university is training a spotlight on education. The educational reforms, with PKM (Master Degree Quality Improvement Programme) and TOM, have led to an increased focus on education and professional development. The quality of education is largely determined by the quality of the teachers. We have organized an interactive, energizing session for this afternoon. Read more…

By: Akkelien Bergsma (OD), Inge Boomkamp (S&B), Remke Schwartz (HR) and Hans van den Berg (OD)