Read? Read! Texts in teaching


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Pedagogical competencies

MU lecturers, students of doctoral study programmes


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Do you have a library? Could we see it? The shelves sag under the weight of books and magazines, and online databases show thousands of texts, even if you carefully set up filtering. Thousands of wise information and stimuli for thinking, researching, and learning are lying around us. And do learners read any of it? And if they are reading, are they doing it right? Can they then work effectively with the information they read?

Come and explore different ways of working with texts in the classroom and self-study, learn about active reading techniques and get to grips with building a reading habit. The workshop will also include a space to share your experiences and have your questions answered. We anticipate that this will be one of them: Is reading texts on paper or on a screen better?


Tereza graduated in library science at the Department of Information Studies and Librarianship of the Faculty of Arts MU and is responsible for education at the Central Library of the Faculty of Arts MU. She teaches courses focused on critical information work, which includes effective reading. She also focuses on research strategies, citation and citation ethics and mind maps.

Her professional portfolio can be found on the library's website.

Mgr. Ingrid Procházková, Ph.D.

Manager and lecturer for the development of pedagogical competences


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.


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

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