Interaction between student and teacher in small class teaching

Classroom teaching is an important part of study programmes at Aarhus BSS. Students meet teachers at close range. Students can practice and apply what they have learned between classes. Students can test their knowledge and receive feedback.

Classroom teaching thus has a great learning potential, and at the CTL we conduct research into how this potential can be realised in the best possible way. We do this by examining the interaction between students and teachers, and by analysing the teaching practices that best help students to engage in teaching and in activities outside the classroom.


Selected publications

Herrmann, K. J., & Bager-Elsborg, A. (2018). Når forberedelse er en pligt, og undervisningen er et privilegium: et casestudie af universitetsstuderendes forberedelsespraksis. Dansk Universitetspædagogisk Tidsskrift, 13(24), 37-54.

Herrmann, K. J. (2013). The impact of cooperative learning on student engagement: Results from an intervention. Active Learning in Higher Education, 14(3), 175-187.

Herrmann, K. J. (2014). Learning from tutorials: a qualitative study of approaches to learning and perceptions of tutorial interaction. Higher Education, 68(4), 591-606.

Herrmann, K. J., & Bager-Elsborg, A. (2014). Effektiv holdundervisning: en håndbog for nye undervisere på universitetsniveau. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.

Bager, A. J., & Herrmann, K. J. (2013). ”Du skal ikke stikke næsen for langt frem”: Et studie af normer for deltagelse og forberedelse blandt førsteårsstuderende. Dansk Universitetspædagogisk Tidsskrift, 8(15), 36-46.