This website is an online resource for teaching staff with information about digital didactic methods, learning technologies, exemplary teaching sessions and inspiration from colleagues. You can access the content in three different ways: 'Principles of PBL', 'Didactic approaches' and 'Technologies'. For example, if you are looking for inspiration on how to support a specific principle of PBL digitally, you can explore different learning activities and technologies linked to this principle. Plunge into the content for inspiration on how to support your teaching digitally.
This website is in preparation and content will be added continuously.
AAU programmes are characterised as problem-based project work based on a set of principles for education that constitute the Aalborg Model of Problem-Based Learning (PBL). Click here to explore how using technology can support your PBL teaching.
We have outlined the most common technologies applied for digitally supported teaching at AAU and gathered them in a toolbox. Take a look in the toolbox and find just the right tool for your teaching.
Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom and CSCL. There are many didactic approaches involving technology, and they can be difficult to keep track of. Click here to learn more about didactics and find inspiration from your colleagues.
Would you like to receive personal guidance on how to support your teaching digitally? Send us an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org describing your thoughts, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.