The TU Delft Teaching Academy is the community of teachers and teaching staff. With the Teaching Academy we bring education development activities together under one roof, accelerate initiatives and strengthen collaborations with others. Because at TU Delft, we approach education like we approach research: experiment and share findings.
The Teaching Academy offers a variety of services and programs to help teachers. It will have its own home in our new Teaching Lab, with spaces for experimentation, collaboration and exposure.
Recurring events Teaching LabBrightspace walk-ins (teacher support) - every Tuesday and Thursday from 09:00 - 13:30
Monthly Meet & Eat Sessions - 12:30 - 13:30
Minister of Education, Culture and Science spotted in Teaching Lab
On 25 November Ingrid van Engelshoven Minister of Education, Culture and Science visited the TU Delft. Before she visited the Dreamhall, the minister had a meeting with students about student wellbeing and student success. Furthermore, there was a round table meeting in the Teaching Lab with lecturers on workload and digitalisation. Academic Director of the Teaching Academy, Annoesjka Cabo, spoke with her and told her how the Teaching Academy connects teachers with each other, about the numerous initiatives that are developed and implemented, and how that improves education at our university. Cabo: “The Teaching Academy is all about Education, I want to emphasise that this is the right time to develop new career opportunities within universities.”
Watch the compilation of the visit.
Communities of Practice @ The Teaching Lab: Special Interest Groups and Peer Consultation
In January 2020, the Teaching Academy, in collaboration with Teaching and Learning Services, is launching Special Interest Groups and Peer Consultation to support educators in reflecting on their own practice in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Are you interested to join these Communities of Practice? Read more
TU Delft lecturer Calvin Rans the best teacher in the Netherlands
Calvin Rans, assistant professor in the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and Best Lecturer of TU Delft 2018, has now been voted the best teacher in the Netherlands. The jury praised Rans for his ability to inspire his students and for his continual efforts to improve his lectures. Read more
TU Delft lecturer Calvin Rans nominated for national award ‘Best Lecturer in 2019’
Dr. Calvin Rans, lecturer at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering and Best TU Delft Lecturer in 2018, has reached the final round in the national ‘Best Lecturer in 2019’ contest. The event will take place on April 13th in the Utrecht Jaarbeurs. Read more
New conferencing tool for online career conversations (Webex)
Your teaching Lab offers a wide range of educational experiments. One of the rooms includes the Webex video conferencing tool, a temporary pilot project between Cisco and TU Delft. Since the start of the Academic year, the Career Centre is experimenting with this video conferencing tool. See our page 'Rooms for innovation' for more information.
Hi-Five for online education!
Did you know that about 250 teachers are involved in online education at TU Delft? Thanks to their enthusiasm, efforts and dedication – supported by learning developers, and marketing and administration colleagues – our University’s achievements in O2E are internationally recognized: we have won 26 prestigious awards and are acknowledged by MIT as one of the key front-runners in online education. Read more
Designing an Online Course | 28 January
Erasmus+ Staff Exchange Week 2020
Open Licensing and Copyright: reusing materials in your (online) course | 28 January
Digital writing for teachers with the 4 Quadrant system | 29 January