Showing Modules under: Master Students

 

Exams and question banks development is a basic academic activity and an essential component of the learning process. Its main purposes are to encourage student learning, to make judgements about student achievement, and to monitor effectiveness of the learning environment.

Module Domain: Teaching
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Teaching Staff

This module defines self marketing and explains why it is important in the career. It explains the different components of a successful self marketing (resume – motivation letter – self introduction - interview – networking). Participants will learn how to utilize one’s own strength points and, thus, improve their self marketing skills.

Module Domain: Communication
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates

This module defines and explains the different elements of self-management and links them to the successful career. Participants will learn how to set their own priorities & manage their time & resources effectively.

Module Domain: Communication
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates

This module aims at introducing the basic scientific and academic writing skills to researchers and academics. It presents the general principles of clear, persuasive, and logical writing. It deals with simple tips for clarity and brevity in writing.

Module Domain: Research
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Teaching Staff

In this module, participants will identify opportunities to collaborate with other scholars, and explore approaches to finding and targeting potential collaborators.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs

· The module provides an overview on the principles of scientific work as a creative process. Drawing on the experiences of the participants, the workshop encourages to reflect on questions such as the role of the researcher and the relation between scientific theory, methods, data and analysis.

Module Domain: Research
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates

Writing proposal for research has become increasingly essential for scholars.  The workshop will discuss the essentials of proposal writing in social sciences. Proposal writing shares some basic components across fields. The workshop will address the following issues: what is the question? (research problem) What is the approach?

Module Domain: Research
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff

This course introduces the principles of scientific proposal writing techniques. Candidates learn how to locate relevant, reliable and recent sources in an academic way. They identify research questions. They academically synthesize, record, and organize findings out of pilot studies and out of literature review work as well.

Module Domain: Research
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates

 

Module Domain: Teaching
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff

Some types of problems emerge due to lack of unified knowledge about problem solving techniques/ methodologies that can be used effectively in the workplace. Other types emerge from the absence of the essence/basics of the team work among working groups.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

Perception

The 4 P’s ( Plan, Prepare, Practice & Present )

Communication : The 3 V’s ( Verbal, Vocal & Visual )

Mastering Body Language

Handling Difficult Questions

Case Studies / Videos

Module Domain: Communication
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

 Conducting interviews is one of several possible methodologies to collect data. It is applied in a large variety of academic fields, ranging from social sciences to medicine, psychology, business, marketing, engineering, or agriculture.

Module Domain: Research
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs

If you would like to interact effectively with people from different cultures -especially with Germans- then this workshop is for you!

 

You will be introduced to the meaning of culture and learn about the different cultural stages that people undergo to reach intercultural competence.

Module Domain: Communication
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates

Research institutes are generally dependent on few funding resources to support and fund their research, research-related facilities and activities. In addition, their fundraising efforts depends on personal relationships built with funding sources by their one or more of their team members.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs

· Einführung in die Methodik und Didaktik des DaF-Unterrichts im Hinblick auf die Fertigkeit Schreiben/Textproduktion 

· Phasen des Schreibprozesses im DaF-Unterricht

· Übungstypologie der Fertigkeit Schreiben/Textproduktion

Module Domain: Germanistik
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates

· Einführung in die Methodik und Didaktik des DaF-Unterrichts im Hinblick auf die Fertigkeit Leseverstehen 

· Differenzierung in globales, selektives und intensives Leseverstehen

· Übungstypologie der Fertigkeit Leseverstehen

Module Domain: Germanistik
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff

· Einführung in die Methodik und Didaktik des DaF-Unterrichts im Hinblick auf die Fertigkeit Sprechen

· Herausforderungen des Sprechens auf Deutsch und seine pädagogisch-didaktischen Konsequenzen für den Daf-Unterricht  

· Übungstypologie der Fertigkeit Sprechen

Module Domain: Germanistik
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff

· Einführung in die Methodik und Didaktik des DaF-Unterrichts im Hinblick auf die Fertigkeit Hörverstehen

· Differenzierung in globales, selektives und intensives Hörverstehen

· Didaktik des Aufbaus von Hörverstehens-Übungen

· Praktische Anwendungen

Module Domain: Germanistik
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff

Many educational institutions and universities have already purchased various technology tools for e learning purposes and didn’t gain their expected return of investment (ROI) due to the lack of knowledge of the effective implementation & assessment processes.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Team Leaders

Do you have the potential to be a trainer, but don’t know where to start? Are you aiming at designing an exciting and at the same time effective training course? Do you already deliver workshops but you need to enhance your training skills?

 

Explore how to design an interactive workshop in a systematic and thoughtful approach.

Module Domain: Teaching
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates