Just-in-Time-Teaching

Adapting teaching to learning

Just in time teaching (© Glenn Carstens Peters / unsplash.com) Just in time teaching (© Glenn Carstens Peters / unsplash.com) Just in time teaching (© Glenn Carstens Peters / unsplash.com) © Glenn Carstens Peters / unsplash.com

Just-in-Time-Teaching (JiTT) starts with the idea of aligning face-to-face teaching as closely as possible with the students' learning process. Students work on carefully formulated tasks online, which are then evaluated by the teacher shortly before the face-to-face session and highlight any difficulties in understanding. The class is then adapted accordingly and certain contents are revisited, questions are taken up or discussion possibilities are created, etc.

Questions that can be marked automatically are particularly well suited for the online tasks, as they provide very fast feedback results. The tasks can also be combined well with reading, about which the questions are asked. It is essential that they are directly related to the next face-to-face phase, and that the results influence the design of that phase. It is particularly motivating for students to deal with learning content before the face-to-face session if they can see that their comprehension difficulties are dealt with promptly.

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Schloßwender Straße 7
30159 Hannover