Tuesday 28 August 2018
||What types of laboratory courses exist and why?
Nimesh Mistry, Leeds university
||Pitches parallel sessions
||Lunch – during which you can visit a 21st laboratory course
|Parallel sessions 1:
- Workshop: Improving a laboratory course from a student’s perspective (Julia Diederen and Lonneke van der Ploeg, Food Chemistry, Wageningen University)
- Examples/ good practices by:
- PraQ questionnaire – Theoretically and empirically based Evaluation of laboratory courses. Daniel Rehfeldt, Universität Berlin.
- Preparation exercises – Marjolein Haagsman, Molecular Biology, Utrecht University.
- Molecular Learning Trajectory of the Psychobiology Bachelor- Richard de Boer, University of Amsterdam.
||Break with coffee/tea / change of venue
|Parallel sessions 2:
- Workshop: How to assess what students have learned (Ellen Torfs, Wageningen University)
- Examples/good practices I:
- Waste & recovery – Renata van der Weijden, Environmental Technology, Wageningen University.
- Logistics of large scale lab courses – Philippe Puylaert, Microbiology, WUR.
- Fulltime staff for interdisciplinary practical education – Lennart Beun, WUR.
- Examples/good practices II:
- How to design a more research-based laboratory course – Analytical Chemistry (Peter Lindenburg, Leiden University)
- Research Based Learning (RBL) to replace lab courses – Ludo Juurlink, Leiden University.
- Problem-based practicals – Frits Flesch, Pharmacy, Utrecht University.
||Short break/ Change of venue