The planning and implementation of teaching
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A brief guide to planning teaching and materials
Planning the teaching is an essential part of your work as a teacher and the related preparations. These instructions contain important information regarding, for example, the planning of teaching, objectives, the online teaching services and related support.
Student's workload and study credits
When you are planning your courses, please note that the students’ workload should correspond to the study credits they are awarded for the course.
Students must actively participate in the teaching. Attendance on a course can be specified as mandatory if it is pedagogically justified or the teaching cannot be arranged otherwise. Attendance can be mandatory for an individual course or a part of a course.
How can I modify an existing course or exam into distance teaching?
On this page you can find both pedagogical and technical instructions for organizing distance teaching.
Recognition and validation of prior learning
These instructions apply to students on the new degree programmes, including any students who have transferred to a new degree programme.
Methods for completing courses
The methods for completing a course should be aligned with the course’s intended learning outcomes and assessment criteria.
Accessibility of Teaching
Tällä sivulla on ohjeita siitä, miten opettajat voivat huolehtia omien kurssiensa digitaalisten palvelujen ja opetusmateriaalien saavutettavuudesta.
Career planning and training for working life and expert duties
In accordance with the Rector’s decision (22/2016), all degrees at the University of Helsinki include working life orientation studies and career planning.
Open teaching and copyright
These guidelines provide information about teachers’ copyrights, including related agreements and the openness and use of teaching materials.