a journey through the history of teaching at Graz University of Technology
on creative teaching methods and exams in IT security
about interdisciplinary teaching, international summer schools, interactive tools and the inter-university study Computational Social Systems
In this podcast, Melina Amor (Institute of Material Physics) talks about the importance of student feedback and how to engage students and the changes the Covid-19 pandemic brought to her teaching as well as how she stays up-to-date with new developments in teaching.
Alexander Steinmaurer and Aleksandar Karakas from the Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science tell how they use flipped classroom in online teaching with large groups and how they create a good supervision ratio and feedback opportunities.
In this podcast, Maria Grandl talks about her Massive Open Online Course and the associated Informatik Fit course, the MAKER DAYS for Kids she organises and how to motivate young people to study in the field of computer science.
In this podcast, Johanna Pirker, teacher for Game Development at TU Graz, talks about her concept of “Active Learning”, feedback from students, her stay abroad and her visions for Virtual Reality in teaching.
Internationalisation at the Faculty of Architecture
Teaching design to first-year students