Learning Paths

The learning paths will prepare you as a teacher for different parts of being a teacher. It puts together topics and exercises that will improve your teaching skills. We have made two learning paths ready and two more in the pibeline.

Learning paths overview

The order of the learning paths are 1. Groundwork for student learning 2. Teaching the class

Learning paths

Groundwork for students learning

This learning path prepares you for understanding what actually happens when a student learn. which mechanisms and processes takes place inside of the brain. Which philosophies and schools are there when we talk about student learning.

The goal of this learning path is not to come with the "correct answer" but more to make the teacher reflect about the way he is teaching.

This is why you should go through this learning path:

  • You will learn about learning. Thereby making yourself a better student

  • You will learn what kind of learner you are and how you you can apply that when learning a topic

  • You will understand why a students is struggling and what you can do to help the student overcome the struggling

  • You will get an insight into how the brain works

Groundwork for student learning

Teaching the class

This learning path is more concrete and hands on. It will introduce concrete teaching methods that will make you a better teacher. It will make you question the way teaching works and methods that have been around for 100 of years.

This learning path works best if you have completed the groundwork for student learning learning path.

This is why you should go through this learning path:

  • You will learn cutting edge teaching methods

  • It will help you evaluate your own teaching

  • It will make you a better teacher through understanding how to better engage the students

  • Your students will perform better and struggle with the right things

Teaching the class

Before the class TBA

This learning path is still being developed.This learning path will be focused on everything that happens before a class. It will cover how to best prepare for a class, how to develope exercises and improve/develop homework.

After the class TBA

This learning path is still being developed. It will focus on what happens after the class. That means evaluating your own teaching, giving feedback to other teachers and giving good feedback/reviews to students.

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So what are you waiting for head into Groundwork for student learning and start developing your teacher skills 🚀