Teaching style

Above all, good teaching means developing a style of your own

Together with your students, you, as a member of TUM's teaching staff, are the focal point of the educa­tional process. Not only are you in charge of designing your students' learning environ­ment and there­by laying the ground­work for their acqui­sition of compe­tencies, you are the one who is putting a face on your thematic content; whose voice is describing the phenomena and problems concerning your field; and who is motivating students to study independently. Moreover, you are serving as the primary catalyst for students to think critically and act responsibly.

Posing considerable demands on edu­cators in a variety of ways, good teaching extends far beyond the ability to con­vey thematic content correctly; in the final analysis, it will always be closely tied to the teacher's persona­lity, personal compe­tence, and social skills. Clearly, there is no one-size-fits-all approach that will work in every educa­tional context. Your teaching style will be one-of-a-kind, as unmistakable and inimitable as your personality - and this unique­ness, in effect, is what ultimately makes for compelling instruction. It goes without saying that edu­cation is an inter­active process involving key social factors. Thus, your ability to develop and adhere to a distinctive instructional style will be essential to sustaining your passion for teaching - and to creating an inspiring atmosphere that will reinforce students' motivation and foster their academic progress. 

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80333 München
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E-Mail: info(at)prolehre.tum.de
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