Bust of Friedrich Schiller in fromt of yellow flowers

New release of the Teaching Newsletter is online

The third edition of the Teaching Newsletter 2023 was published on 31.08.2023.
Bust of Friedrich Schiller in fromt of yellow flowers
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)

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Teaching is one of the core tasks of Friedrich Schiller University Jena. Teaching is highlighted as an important area of strategic university development because of the adoption of the "Strategy 2025 - Teaching". And indeed, there is a lot going on in teaching at the Friedrich Schiller University about which there is news to report and learn:

The colleagues from the service agency 'LehreLernen' explain how AI, and ChatGPT in particular, can change teaching and what potential AI brings with it for teachers and students in the interview at Teaching INQUIRED. In line with the topic, they explain why homework will not become a discontinued model despite Chat GPT and what opportunities can be seized here in an article posted on Teaching THE FUTURE.

There is also some positive news to report: Friedrich Schiller University Jena is systemREaccredited. Under Teaching IN DIALOGUE you will find information about what this means and what changes will result. Here you will also find the announcement for the Dies Legendi (Day of Teaching) 2023, which is dedicated to the topic of AI in teaching.

You can find more interesting news in the current issue of the Teaching newsletter at: https://www.uni-jena.de/newsletterlehre03-23 de

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Would you like to present a teaching concept yourself or report on your experiences with innovative teaching formats? Would you like to share your ideas with others? You know an interesting student initiative for the further development of teaching at the University of Jena or a teacher who implements a special teaching concept? Then feel free to contact ale@uni-jena.de!