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Tools for his professional practice

Teaching in higher education using educational tools

Context & objective

If each teacher must be able to develop his experience through a pedagogical approach that corresponds to him, he has at his disposal a certain number of tools which can be supports to assist him in this process.

> Develop educational objectives
> Establish participatory teaching practices
> Make your teaching more effective
> Experimenting with pedagogical innovation
> Assess skills
> Manage delicate pedagogical situations


Module 1: Introduction: The roles of a teacher, reference skills approach

  • Discover the issues and functioning of higher education

  • Take stock of the skills mobilized in university pedagogy and confront the expectations of students

Module 2: Divide and structure the educational proposal

  • Set educational objectives

  • Seize tools for developing educational content and consider the links and coherence of the educational proposal

Module 3: Organizing your teaching and materials

  • Present content to learners and promote learning

  • Detect blocking points and learning facilitators

Module 4: Learner profiles and formulation of competences

  • Understand the levers of learner motivation and effectively support the learning process

  • Tools that promote learning retention

Module 5: ICT tools useful for university pedagogy

  • Discover a panel of ICT tools

  • Consider possibilities and uses in relation to learning objectives

Module 6: Towards participatory courses

  • Discover participatory approaches

  • Experimenting with the construction of an innovative educational project

Module 7: Dealing with tricky situations

  • Identify the mechanisms of the teacher-student relationship and analyze their pedagogical experiences

  • Identify the levers for dealing with complex situations from a relational point of view

Module 8: Evaluate, evaluate yourself, improve your practices

  • Align the assessment process with the educational process

Pedagogical tools and methodology

Theoretical contributions from research; Analysis of practices; Bloom's Taxonomy, Syllabus; Experimentation with active pedagogies; CRT; Educational design, etc.


Permanent researchers

Practical arrangements

Duration: 2.5 days

Number of participants: Up to 12 participants

Practical arrangements

Before: Developing assertiveness and oral communication - Discovering and accessing academic research

After: Discuss and analyze teaching practices

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