ECTN Work Group “Lecturing qualifications and innovative teaching methods”

Posted by Natasa Brouwer, on Oct. 5, 2021, 3:04 p.m.


The ECTN Working group Lecturing Qualifications and Innovative Teaching Methods is established in the ECTN network to:

  • improve teaching practice in chemistry laboratory classes in higher education
  • improve quality of newly appointed higher education teaching staff (for example in laboratory classes)
  • promote innovative active learning methods
  • stimulate cooperation and partnership between the lecturers at different universities in their continuous professional development
  • exchange of teaching experiences in international context

More information about it can be found at:

Reports of the Work Group
- Report October 2016 (download)
- Report November 2028 (download)
- Report November 2019 (download)
- Report Quick Scan Inquiry Professional Development of University Lecturers at EU Universities 2020 (download)
- Report September 2020 (download)

Original author: Natasa Brouwer
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