How to popularize science in teaching

Workshop

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Pedagogical competencies

PhD Students

Czech

language of the event

No one expects us to treat teaching at the university as aᅠpopular stand-up, but it is also not desirable to put metaphorical snakes to sleep. In this workshop, we will explore together what can and must happen to make teaching aᅠnatural venue for popularizing science while still pursuing educational goals. We will focus on how teaching and science could function as connected vessels that positively influence each other. Specifically, we will explore how you can popularize your research in your teaching. On aᅠmore general level, we will look at how to work with scientific theories and conclusions in an effective way in the classroom. We will look at the content of teaching and its form or delivery. This workshop can also serve as aᅠsignpost for didactic possibilities of popularising science in the classroom.

Lecturers

Mgr. Ingrid Procházková, Ph.D.

Manager and lecturer for the development of pedagogical competences

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She is a university teacher and a member of the leadership of the Community of Educators of Future Teachers, responsible for the pedagogical and didactic training of future teachers at the Faculty of Arts at MU. She has done research on the quality of teaching and the preparation of quality teaching is one of her favourite topics to lecture on. She developed her teaching skills primarily in the non-profit organisation Brontosaurus Movement, where she ran children's and youth clubs and provided training for local organisers. When not mentoring future and current teachers, she writes about education and tends to the flora and fauna on her nature-friendly farm.

Mgr. Petr Sucháček

Learning & Development Specialist

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Petr graduated in Education at the Department of Educational Sciences of the Faculty of Arts MU, he teaches communication training, presentation workshop and pedagogical communication. He was also one of the founders of CERPEK, leads the Open Challenge programme, which supports innovations in the education of future teachers, and is dedicated to the practice and dissemination of non-violent communication.

Venue

CERPEK training toom (room no. 328), Komenského náměstí 2, Brno.

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