Learning: ZLL offers for students

The centre for learning and teaching development coordinates courses for the interdisciplinary skill development of students as long as they are not provided by the curricula of the faculties or the centre for languages and intercultural competence (ZSIK).

On these pages, you will find information for students about

Interdisciplinary Weeks

The interdisciplinary weeks at the UAS Kiel take place every semester for two weeks. They are an additional offer for students to gather more expertise and job-relevant skills during their studies and gain new perspectives on other subjects and topics not related to their study modules. Furthermore, these weeks offer the possibility to process basic knowledge and, for instance, to acquire new language skills.

 

The current programme is available at https://ida.fh-kiel.de. Participation is also possible for students from other universities.

You can find more information here.

Academic writing

Information about academic writing that will help your written work during study is available in the Moodle course "Learning tips for students".

 

Subject tutor training (certified course)

You wish to work as a tutor or are already teaching a tutorial?
You wish to learn more about tools for the role as a tutor and gain new qualifications?

Every semester there is an interdisciplinary methodical-didactic training course for students who are starting as a tutor for the first time or those who already work as tutors and want to gain more qualifications. Minimum number of participants: 6 persons. The training consists of four modules:

Module 1: Basic Workshop

Module 2: Collegial Consultation

Module 3: Work Shadowing

Module 4: Portfolio

Start: always before the examination period at the beginning of the semester.

For the subject tutor training at the ZLL, we assign 2.5 credit points beginning from the winter semester of 2017/18. Furthermore, participants are awarded the tutoring certificate of the UAS Kiel after the successful completion of the four modules. Certificates of attendance can be issued for the separate modules.

More information about the training course in the current semester is available here.