Harald at home on top of the bookshelf
Last November I received the teacher of the year award from the University of Copenhagen. This led, directly and indirectly, to some interesting experiences this year.
The award is announced, I receive my porcelain owl, and shake hands with the Queen (minute 66 on this webcast)
I am interviewed for the school paper with separate photo-shoot in my office.
I am interviewed (over the phone) for ForskerForum - the monthly newsletter for a series of academia-related trade unions. The interview can be found on here on page 20.
I participate in a roundtable discussion on good teaching at the university, at the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education. The then-minister of education (now minister of taxation) moderated the discussion and the current minister of education was also there.
I give a talk to the chemistry department at the Danish Technical University about active learning. Here's a re-recording of the talk.
I am invited to give a talk on teaching at a local Rotary club. It's in the evening so I decline.
I am invited to write a book review for the alumni newsletter. You can see a draft of the review in English here.
I am invited to write a book chapter in the flipped classroom for a book on university pedagogy. I am already planning a web-book on this, so I say yes provided I can write it in English.
I participate in a panel discussion on blended learning at the minister of education's annual meeting. The meeting is in Kolding, so I have to get up at some ungodly hour to catch a train.
I give a talk to the Department of Physics, Chemistry, and Pharmacy at the University of Southern Denmark about active learning. This turns into a 2.5 hr marathon discussion!
The ministry of education gives me a free ticket to attend the EDUdisrupt2014 meeting.
Henrik from the Faculty of Science's IT Learning Center comes by and films my use of peer instruction in a course (here and here). Afterwards we do a little interview.
I invited to asked write a comment on an (paywalled) article on the use of clicker in STEM education at the University of Southern Denmark in MONA - Matematik- og Naturfagsdidaktik, a Danish journal for research in STEM education. You can find the English draft here.
I give a talk to the Faculty of Science's IT Learning Center about active learning. That afternoon I give the same talk to the teachers of 1st year chemistry courses in my department.
I give a talk to the School of Pharmacy about active learning.
I give a talk to the Department of Computer Sciences about active learning.
I am invited to participate in a workgroup on the design of teaching portfolios for the Faculty of Science.
I am a keynote speaker at the Make a difference - teach and learn with technology conference.
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