How to teach others - What You need to know
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How to teach others - What You need to know

This course is packed with didactic and pedagogy material for all aspiring and seasoned teachers.
4.2 (30 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
5,023 students enrolled
Created by Niklas Kleberg
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 26 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Assessment for Learning - Formative- and Summative Assessment
  • The importance of relational learning
  • Teaching technique: Feed back, Feed up and Feed forward
  • Unified foundation of knowledge
  • Peer assessment and Self assessment
  • Preunderstanding - Meet the students were they are
  • How to ask pedagogy questions
  • The importance of reflection and evaluation and how to use it
  • The importance of varied forms of learning
  • The importance of metalanguage
  • Teaching technique: Looking for answers in the right places
  • Teaching technique: Discussion models - Venn Diagram and Circulating Beehive
  • Teaching technique: No hands up and Collective answers
  • Lesson planning - How and Why?
  • The Importance of Source Criticism
  • Teaching technique: Low-Impact Treatment
  • The Importance of Student Participation
  • How to Construct and Correct Tests - Formative Method
  • Collegial Cooperation and Interdisciplinary Learning
  • High Expectations and Cognitive Challenges
  • Project/Exercise 1: Plan your own course, class or project
  • Project/Exercise 2: Plan your own lesson in connection to project 1
  • Project/Exercise 3: Evaluate Project 1 and 2
Requirements
  • No previous knowledge required but an interest in pedagogy and didactics will help you grow faster
Description

This three part course will give you a good overview of pedagogy methods, theories, tools and practical tips regarding teaching others, in real life or on the webb.

The three courses will have different types of orientations and projects, but will also be closely connected with each other and have projects that will help you evolve as a teacher. I must emphasize that you will have the best experience and progression if you take the courses in chronological order.

Here is an overview of the three courses.


How to teach others - What you need to know - Part 1/3:

  • Assessment for Learning- Formative and Summative Assessments

  • Relational learning

  • Feed up, Feed back, Feed forward

  • Unified foundation of knowledge

  • Peer assessment and Self assessment

  • Preunderstanding - Meet the students where they are


  • How to ask pedagogy questions


  • Project 1/3 - Planning your own project or course


How to teach others - What you need to know - Part 2/3:

  • The importance of reflection and evaluation - and how to use it

  • The importance of varied forms of learning

  • The importance of metalanguage

  • Discussion models - Venn Diagram and Circulating Beehive

  • No hands up and collective answers

  • Lesson planning - How and Why?


  • Looking for answers in the right places


  • Project 2/3 - Plan your own lesson


How to teach others - What you need to know - Part 3/3:

  • The importance of source criticism

  • Low-impact treatment

  • The importance of student participation

  • How to construct and correct tests - Formative method

  • Collegial cooperation and interdisciplinary learning

  • High expectations and cognitive challenges

  • The Project 3/3 - Evaluation of project 1 and 2 - Try it out and get constructive feedback


If you find any of the videos especially interesting I will be happy to make a more detailed class on that subject. There is always much more to say about all of this, but this three part course will give you a solid base to stand on regarding pedagogy theories, methods and practical use.






Who this course is for:
  • Aspiring teachers who want to learn more about pedagogy and didactics
  • Teachers who want to expand their knowledge base regarding pedagogy and didactics
  • Teachers who want a better classroom climate
  • Lecturer who want a better contact with their audience
  • Everyone that want to teach something to someone else
Course content
Expand all 29 lectures 01:53:21
+ Introduction
1 lecture 05:01

This three part course will give you a good overview of pedagogy methods, theories, tools and practical tips regarding teaching others, in real life or on the webb. It will be suitable for you if work or want to work as a teacher, if you want to hold your own courses or just want to learn how to teach others over all.

Preview 05:01
+ Part 1 - How to teach others
7 lectures 26:05

Welcome to this video regarding assessment for learning. In this first part of my series on ”How to teach others” we will take a closer look on how to use assessment for learning, instead of using assessment of learning. There is a big difference there, and I will be your humble guide on this journey of learning.

Assessment for Learning - Formative- and Summative Assessment
04:01

It is now time for my second video regarding ”How to teach others”. Last time we touched on the subject ”Assessment for learning” witch in my opinion is an essential aspect for any teacher to have a good understanding and knowledge about.

This time though I will talk about something that is also a very important aspect of teaching others. Namely ”Relational learning”.

And as last time we will begin with a question: ”What is relational learning?” or as it also can be called ”Relatoinal pedalogy”

Relational learning
05:55

In this video we will get more hands on, on how to use formative methods in an educational setting.

As we previously has concluded, both the student and the teacher gets much better results if the work together thoughts a common goal. It is in the formative dialogue between the student and the teacher that you really can get theses good results. A handy educational tool to accomplish this is different types of feedback.

Feed back, Feed up and Feed forward
02:47

A unified foundation of knowledge - what a grand sentence. But never the less it is very important. In short we could say that this is a educational tool to answer the question ”why?”.

Research show that if the students and teachers have regular conversations regarding knowledge it will greatly benefit the results.

Unified foundation of knowledge
03:11

In this video we will get to know the methods of peer assessment and self assessment a little better.

As always we will start at the beginning. What is peer assessment. Does it mean that the teacher just takes a brake from teaching to let the students assess each others performance instead. No that is not how i works but the students will have a big role in this form of assessment, as they always should in their own learning process.

Peer assessment and Self assessment
05:17

This video will take a different form than the previous videos. I will adress the fact that your students all will have different forms of preunderstanding when they enter you classroom or your online course.

Preunderstanding - Meet the students were they are
03:08

In this video I will tell you a pedagogy story that might spark some new thoughts and discussions.

How to ask pedagogy questions
01:46
+ Project/Exercise 1 - Start to plan your own project, class or course
2 lectures 08:31

In this first project we will explore the practice of constructing a new course, class or project together.

We will then use this project in part 2 of this course where we will break it down in to smaller parts or lessons.

In the recourse section for this class you will find two writable pdf documents. You will have to download at least the one labeled ”How to teach others - Kleberg teachings project 1”

When you have opened this document it will together with the project video, help you complete the first project in this three part course. The second document in the recourse section has already been filled in by me to give you an example on how to use it properly.

We will also, as previously said, use our new document in the next project in How to tech others part 2. You will surely edit and change some things in this document as we go forward on our journey through pedagogy and didactics, and that is how we grow as teachers.

All the best

Niklas

Class Project 1/3 - Planning your own project, class or course
07:43

A short didactic interlude between part 1 and part 2.

Didactic interlude
00:48
+ Part 2 - How to teach others
8 lectures 33:09

Welcome back to this three part course with the title: How to teach others - what you need to know.

Introduction to How to teach others - Part 2
04:10

We all know that we have to reflect and evaluate to evolve in any type of situation. It is when we take a step back in think about what we are doing and how we are doing it, that we get in touch with our metakognitive selfes.

The importance of reflection and evaluation and how to use it
05:17

We have to meet the students where they are in their learning process and acknowledge that we are different in so many ways.

The importance of varied forms of learning
03:32

Another fancy word often used regarding pedagogy and teaching is metalanguage.

But what does it mean and why do we want to use it?

The importance of metalanguage
03:33

I have mentioned the group and/or classroom climate several times now, and that is because it is a vital component to reach as many students as possible.

In this video I will therefor speak a little about how you can improve on the discussions and overall group learning in the class. When you want the students to converse around a specific topic you could use different kinds of discussion models to help them along the way. I will give you a couple of examples in this video.

Preview 05:47

In this video I will adress two different methods that will help your students to be more outspoken in discussions in your classroom or in som other form of gathering.

No hands up and Collective answers
04:11

It is extremely important that both the students and the teacher knows why the task at hand is important, how it will be assessed, what is expected of both teacher and student and how it can be connected to current curriculum.

Lesson planning - How and Why?
04:33

This is a short pedagogy story intended to make you think and maybe discuss with colleagues later on.

Looking for answers in the right places
02:06
+ Project/Exercise 2 - Create your own lesson plan closely connected to project 1
2 lectures 07:06

In this second project we will break down our new course from project one into smaller parts/lessons.

In the recourse section for this class you will find two writable pdf documents. You will have to download at least the one labeled ”How to teach others - Kleberg teachings project 2”

When you have opened this document it will together with the project video, help you complete the second project in this three part course. The second document in the recourse section has already been filled in by me to give you an example on how to use it properly.

We will also, as previously said, use our documents from part 1 and 2 in the final project in How to tech others part 3. You will surely edit and change some things in all of the documents as we go forward on our journey through pedagogy and didactics, and that is how we grow as teachers.

All the best

Niklas



Class Project 2/3 - Plan your own lesson
06:32

A short didactic interlude between part 2 and part 3.

Didactic interlude 2
00:34
+ Part 3 - How to teach others
7 lectures 29:25

Welcome back to the final part of this three part course with the title: How to teach others - what you need to know.

Introduction to How to teach others - Part 3
02:56

In this day and age we do not have to look far to see that the flow of information has become so vast and fuzzy that it is often hard to see what is true or false. Often we find our selfs somewhere in between in that famous gray area.

Because of this it has never been more important to use source criticism in our schools but also in our daily lives

The Importance of Source Criticism
03:56

It is time to talk a little about Low impact treatment. This is something that has been more and more topical during the recent years. In my experience I must say that this method, as all methods, does not solve every situation. But often it is a good mental strategy to use when approaching a problematic situation.

Low-Impact Treatment
06:30

For anyone that has ever spent time teaching others this does not come as a surprise. All research done in this subject shows that if students are part of their own learning process, they will get much better results.

The Importance of Student Participation
03:20

I spoke a little about this in previous videos but will go more in to depths on this one.

But how do I construct test with a formative approach?

How to Construct and Correct Tests - Formative Method
05:22

Collegial cooperation is a key aspect of teacher professional development and good way to increase teacher knowledge.

Collegial Cooperation and Interdisciplinary Learning
04:40

I believe that high expectations favors the students development together with clear instructions, formative teachings methods, good guidance and a good classroom climate. But is it more to it than that?

High Expectations and Cognitive Challenges
02:41
+ Project/Exercise 3 - Evaluation of project 1 and 2
1 lecture 03:06

It is now time for the last project for this three part series regarding How to teach others.

In the first project you got to create you own project or course .

In the second one you got to plan a new lesson closely connected to the first project.

It is now time to evaluate how it all worked out. And do not worry if you have not yet had the time to test out the lesson. You can do this project anyway as a good exercise for whats to come in the future.

In the recourse section for this class you will find several writable documents in different formats. You will have to download at least the one of these documents to be able to complete this project.

When you have opened the document it will together with the project video, help you complete the third and final project in this three part course.

All the best

Niklas

Project/Exercise 3 - Evaluation of project 1 and 2
03:06
+ Final thoughts
1 lecture 00:58

Final thoughts regarding How to teach others - What you need to know.

In conclusion
00:58