The VU Education Lab compiled an extensive online collection of teaching tips. They comprise succinct documents that describe useful ideas and practical methods for effective teaching, course design and curriculum design. New instructors will find the tips helpful for answering many of the questions and concerns that arise when teaching in a university setting for the first time. Seasoned instructors can also use the tips to obtain new ideas and learn different approaches.

Browse the collection of more than 100 teaching tips on this website. We try to extend and improve the collection as we go along.

Or, if you have a particular question or issue, type relevant key words into the search box in the right-hand column. Popular queries include “The Flipped Classroom,” “Large Classes,” , “Mixed Classroom“, Community Service Learning“, “Group Work“, or even “3D printing‘.

KnowVU has a large collection with (objectives) of projects of VU lecturers who have followed the Senior Qualification Education. KnowVU also has a large collection of short reports of Education Cafés. Many of these projects and Education Cafés address themes that are common to many lecturers, such as: how do I make a good learning line, how do I increase study success, how do I make education more attractive, how do I deal with internationalisation. Click here to view this knowledge base.

We acknowledge the Centre for Teaching Excellence, University of Waterloo, Canada. They offer an excellent set of online resources with a Creative Commons license to build upon. This Creative Commons license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon their work non-commercially, as long as they are credited and indicate if changes were made.