Ap­pren­tice­ship Day 2024: Re­gis­tra­tions are pos­sible un­til 14 June

 |  StudiesTeachingHigher Education Development Office

Creating new impulses for teaching through the joint exchange of teaching staff and students - this is the aim of the Teaching Day of the Higher Education Development Office, which will take place for the twelfth time at Paderborn University on Tuesday, 25 June. The main theme of this year's event is ‘Breaking down barriers, enabling access - accessibility, diversity and variety as an opportunity for innovative teaching’. All teaching staff, students and interested parties at Paderborn University are cordially invited to attend.

Prof Dr Volker Schöppner, Vice President for Teaching, Studies and Quality Management, and Dr Nerea Vöing, Head of the Higher Education Development Office, will open the Teaching Day in lecture theatre O1 at 10 am. Dr Peter Salden from Ruhr-Universität Bochum will then give a keynote speech on the topic of ‘AI in teaching: where do we stand and what does this mean for accessibility and diversity?’, followed by a panel discussion.

In interdisciplinary round tables, subject-specific and cross-faculty approaches and challenges will be discussed and potentials and challenges reflected upon. A university didactic ‘DisQspace’ and a themed forum will be dedicated to the various aspects of barrier-free teaching as well as the presentation of student-orientated and innovative teaching in the sense of ‘good practice’. Workshops for students and lecturers are also planned. 

An overview of the programme can be found on the event page. Registration is possible until Friday, 14 June, via Limesurvey.

This text has been translated automatically.


business-card image

Dr. Nerea Vöing

Higher Education Development Office

Programme for Professors, subject-specific offers, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Workshops and Advice, course-development, Committees and Network

Write email +49 5251 60-3332