TEACH 3 - Explore, Exchange, Excel
Explore, Exchange, Excel – our third edition of the conference Teaching Across Communities at Helmholtz is happening in December 2023!
At the TEACH conference, teaching personnel, researchers, but also training coordinators and personnel developers come together to exchange on best practices, methods and experiences in teaching, as well as share resources on the whole education life cycle.
This year’s TEACH conference intends to explore topics that will increasingly influence the way we educate and train people in the Helmholtz Association in the future – be it PhD candidates, postdocs, or established scientists. Thus, the conference this year focuses on the role of AI in education, mental health, and online vs. offline training settings.
As a kick off, Dr.John Bai (COER - Center for Open Education Research, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Olderburg) will give a keynote on artificial intelligence application in higher education (Abstract).
Building and strengthening the education community within Helmholtz and partnering institutions is key to constantly improve education and this, in turn, will help researchers to excel.
So, join us at this year's TEACH conference and contribute a talk, poster or hands-on workshop on a focus topic of your choice.
Of course, you can also attend the TEACH without a contribution and learn from and discuss with others.
We are looking forward to seeing you in December!
The TEACH organising team
from HIDA, HIFIS, HMC and the Forschungszentrum Jülich
TEACH 3 at a glance
- Training Coordinators
- Instructors and Trainers
- Personnel Developers
Thursday Dec 7- Friday Dec 8
Gathertown – Link will be provided upon registration. In our space you will be able to listen to talks, attend workshops and the poster session, and of course network with each other.
- AI in Education
- Education on AI
- Mental Health
- Best practices in online vs offline settings
Find more information here!
Call for abstracts:
Our call for contributions opens June 14 and closes September 13!
Please find more information here!
This is an open community event. Join us in creating and shaping an educational network within Helmholtz!
Please find the registration button at the bottom of this page and register if you are interested in participating! Everyone who is registered will receive an ical invitation and, at a later point in time, a reminder including detailled information before the event takes place.
Please note that registration closes November 30, 2023.
Should there be individuals who want to join last minute, feel free to forward the information you will receive to anybody interested!
Note: To register, it is required that you are logged in via Helmholtz AAI (Quick Guide). If you do not have access to it, you can also contact the organizers.