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| lecturer = [[Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Weinzierl]], [[Janos Benk, M.Sc]]
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| lecturer = [[Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Weinzierl]], [[Janos Benk, M.Sc]], [[Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Neckel]], [[Martin Roderus, M.Sc]]
 
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== Time and Place ==
 
== Time and Place ==
 
* The seminar takes place each winter term, in form of weekly sessions.
 
* The seminar takes place each winter term, in form of weekly sessions.
* It runs as supervised tutoring, accompanying the exercises to the lecture [[Scientific Computing I - Winter 10|Scientific Computing I]], offered to students of the CSE master's program.  
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* It runs as supervised tutoring, accompanying the exercises to the lectures [[Scientific Computing I - Winter 10|Scientific Computing I]] and [[Advanced_Programming_-_Winter_10|Advanced Programming]], offered to students of the CSE master's program.  
  
 
== Topics & Schedule ==
 
== Topics & Schedule ==
  
The practical seminar will address topics in teaching in high level education. In focus lays the work on practical programming assignments within the CSE course "Introduction to Programming". Each tutor gets assigned a group of CSE students that he/she will guide throughout the semester. Specific techniques, such as groupwork, brainstorming, structured discussion, are to be implemented, analysed and trained. The primary objective of "Supervised Teaching" is to develop individual strenghts required by teaching activities.
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The practical seminar will address topics in teaching in high level education. In focus lays the work on practical programming assignments within the CSE courses "Advanced Programming" and "Scientific Computing I". Each tutor gets assigned a group of CSE students that he/she will guide throughout the semester. Specific techniques, such as groupwork, brainstorming, structured discussion, are to be implemented, analysed and trained. The primary objective of "Supervised Teaching" is to develop individual strenghts required by teaching activities.

Latest revision as of 13:48, 19 August 2010

Term
Winter 10
Lecturer
Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Weinzierl, Janos Benk, M.Sc, Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Neckel, Martin Roderus, M.Sc
Time and Place
schedule t.b.a.
Audience
BGCE students
Tutorials
-
Exam
-
Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
4 Credits
TUMonline
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Classification

Soft Skills Seminar for the Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering (BGCE).

Time and Place

  • The seminar takes place each winter term, in form of weekly sessions.
  • It runs as supervised tutoring, accompanying the exercises to the lectures Scientific Computing I and Advanced Programming, offered to students of the CSE master's program.

Topics & Schedule

The practical seminar will address topics in teaching in high level education. In focus lays the work on practical programming assignments within the CSE courses "Advanced Programming" and "Scientific Computing I". Each tutor gets assigned a group of CSE students that he/she will guide throughout the semester. Specific techniques, such as groupwork, brainstorming, structured discussion, are to be implemented, analysed and trained. The primary objective of "Supervised Teaching" is to develop individual strenghts required by teaching activities.