Guillaume Schiltz: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2018

Name Dr. Guillaume Schiltz
Address
Laboratorium für Festkörperphysik
ETH Zürich, HPZ G 36
John-von-Neumann-Weg 9
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 70 74
E-mailschiltzg@ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.eduphys.ethz.ch/elearning
DepartmentPhysics
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
402-0091-00LTeaching Science in Higher Education Restricted registration - show details 2 credits1VG. Schiltz
AbstractThis course imparts fundamental didactic concepts that are relevant to teaching science in a Higher Education context.
ObjectiveStudents are able to characterize and to discuss the model of outcomes based education.
Students are able to transfer the basic concepts of this model (ILO, TLA, assessment, constructive alignment) to science education.
Lecture noteskeines
LiteratureJohn Biggs and Catherine Tang (2011): Teaching for Quality Learning at University, 4th edition. Berkshire: Open University Press.

(bitte das Buch in der Auflage von 2011 vor dem ersten Treffen erwerben!)
402-0917-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Physics A Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Subject Didactics in Physics for TC and Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
ObjectiveThe objective is for the students:
- to be able to familiarise themselves with a tuition topic by consulting different sources, acquiring materials and reflecting on the relevance of the topic and the access they have selected to this topic from a specialist, subject-didactics and pedagogical angle and potentially from a social angle too.
- to show that they can independently compile a tuition sequence that is conducive to learning and develop this to the point where it is ready for use.
ContentThematic Focus
The topics of the mentored work are mostly chosen from the high school curriculum.

Methods
With the help of the mentor the students individually work on a topic and write a thesis about it.
402-0918-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Physics B Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Subject Didactics in Physics for TC and Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
ObjectiveThe objective is for the students:
- to be able to familiarise themselves with a tuition topic by consulting different sources, acquiring materials and reflecting on the relevance of the topic and the access they have selected to this topic from a specialist, subject-didactics and pedagogical angle and potentially from a social angle too.
- to show that they can independently compile a tuition sequence that is conducive to learning and develop this to the point where it is ready for use.
ContentFocus of conten
The topics of the mentored work are mostly chosen from the high school curriculum.

Methods
With the help of the mentor the students individually work on a topic and write a thesis about it.
402-0922-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in Physics with an Educational Focus A Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Physics for TC and Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn the mentored work on their subject specialisation, students link high-school and university aspects of the subject, thus strengthening their teaching competence with regard to curriculum decisions and the future development of the tuition. They compile texts under supervision that are directly comprehensible to the targeted readers - generally specialist-subject teachers at high-school level.
ObjectivePractice in the explanation of complex topics in physics as the core competence of the teaching profession

Improvement of the physics education by providing attractive recent topics with regard to future curricular decisions and the public view of physics
ContentChoice of topic by individual arrangement
402-0923-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in Physics with an Educational Focus B Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Physics for Teaching Diploma and for students upgrading TC to Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn the mentored work on their subject specialisation, students link high-school and university aspects of the subject, thus strengthening their teaching competence with regard to curriculum decisions and the future development of the tuition. They compile texts under supervision that are directly comprehensible to the targeted readers - generally specialist-subject teachers at high-school level.
ObjectivePractice in the explanation of complex topics in physics as the core competence of the teaching profession

Improvement of the physics education by providing attractive recent topics with regard to future curricular decisions and the public view of physics
ContentChoice of topic by individual arrangement