Highlighted recorded events
Meet & Eat 22 November 2022
Spot the mistake: is exhibiting mistake a good practice for teaching students?In this Meet & Eat, Aurèle Adam discussed if showing wrong solutions and letting students correct other students solutions, is profitable or counterproductive. Is this approach beneficial for learning or does this leave students in a state of confusion?
In this open talk, Aurèle discussed benefits and risks from practice and shared his views. After his presentation, an interesting discussion with the audience followed.
Meet & Eat 18 October 2022
Tinkering-Making-Breaking: Involving students through engaging with materialsIn this Meet & Eat, Sepideh Ghodarat talked about how she combined classical lectures with hands-on iterative project work in her course on bio-based materials.
By setting up the course in this fashion, Sepideh motivatesstudents to actively explore the subject instead of only passively consuming knowledge about it. Next to learning about the subject, this approach also promotes students to develop a creative
proactive attitude as (future) engineers.