The Good Lecture

The Good Lecture is an elective course within the qualifying programme in teaching and learning in higher education at Lund University. The course is intended primarily for academic teachers with experience from lecturing and it is an advantage if you take the course during a period when you have lectures of your own. Teachers who meet these criteria are given priority to a seat in the course - but all teachers are welcome, space permitting.

A large proportion of academic teaching takes place in the form of lectures. This has advantages and disadvantages, some of which we explore in the course. We also look at different approaches to giving and evaluating lectures. As a participant in the course you will deepen your understanding of the lecture as a teaching method and gain practical experience developing your own lectures.

Course structure

The course has several scheduled meetings (see current schedule) consisting of a combination of lectures, peer teaching, and discussions. Between these meetings you will also work in groups to observe and analyse other lectures, prepare lectures for peer teaching, and produce a short video to be used in your own teaching. To gain course credits for the course, you must attend at least 80% of scheduled course meetings.

Admission

To be admitted to the course, participants must normally have a first-cycle degree. We also recommend that you have already taken an introductory course in teaching and learning in higher education, or have equivalent experience.

Scope

The course corresponds to two weeks of full-time work. If you wish to gain course credits for three weeks of work you can also choose to complete a written reflection paper that relates your own experience to relevant pedagogical literature and theory. The content and form of the paper are decided in consultation with the course leaders.

Course description: 

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About the course

Language: English

Scope: The course corresponds to two weeks of full-time work. If you wish to earn credit for three weeks of work you can also choose to complete a written reflection paper that relates your own experience to relevant pedagogical literature and theory. The content and form of the paper are decided in consultation with the course leaders.

Charge for admission: Lund University teachers - 7 800 SEK (+1 200 SEK if you also take the third week)

Scheduled Course Meetings Autumn 2023:

4/9
6/9 
9/10
11/10
16/10
6/11

At all occasions, you meet between 13:15-17:00. 
Your course leaders will provide information on which rooms you meet in.

APPLICATION

Apply no later than August 14, 2023.

Submit your application to your faculty contact.

Those who are not members of any of the faculties above apply to Lina Andersson, AHU, 046-222 39 00. 

Priority is given to employees within LU, but external applicants can be accepted subject to availability. Notification of availability can be given no earlier than one week after the application deadline. Note: private individuals cannot be invoiced for course costs.

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