ONE MODEL FOR BACHELOR AND MASTER CURRICULA
The UT will switch to a teaching model with full time models and a strong role for projects in the bachelors programmes. Is this a model that could also work for the masters programmes? Or would masters programmes require different approaches to teaching? And if so, how will they fit the training and expectations of next generation bachelors, both ‘home grown’ and form other institutions.
The central question in this workshop is what the consequences of new approaches to teaching in bachelor curricula, both at the UT and at other institutions, should be for our masters programmes. You are invited to join the discussion.
Workshop chair: Tom Mulder, MA (Advisor on Teaching Innovation)
Drs. Tom Mulder
Dr. Irene Visscher-Voerman (Programmadirector Bachelor innovation)
Prof. dr. Ed Brinksma (Rector Magnificus)