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Sustainicum Collection

Consus The aim of the project is to establish a regional science-society network for sustainability innovations in Albania and Kosovo in order to strengthen the connection and collaboration of institutions in the field of higher education, research and practice.
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Resource facts

  • Independent of the number of students
  • 15 to 30 min
  • Internet connection necessary
  • English, German

Resource Description

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Microtraining(Resource ID: 20)

Micro training is a way to inform people in a short period of time and to support informal learning and peer-to-peer learning.

Each microtraining-session (15 minutes) is structured as follows:

  • Active Start (3 Minuten)
  • Exercise ( 6 Minuten)
  • Discussion (4 Mintuen)
  • How to continue (2 Minuten)

A Microtraining cycle consists of several sessions focusing on sub-topics within the main topic.The introduction session is designed to get the discussion started. The main topic may be divided into sub-topics. The closure session connects to the next cycle or transfer to every-day practice.

Didactical description of the method

See: http://www.microtraining.eu/

A2_Microtraining-Method_EN.pdf

Type of teaching method
  • Discussion / debate
  • Reflection
Preparation
Low
Related Teaching Resources
No specific previous knowledge / related resources required
Topics of sustainability
Any content, that can be divided into several sub-topics and can be worked on within a microtraining-cycle - 6-12 sessions, à 15 minutes.
Strengths of the method
Finding practicle and workable solutions
Assessment / evaluation
Collective notebook (CNB)
Funded by
Funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research
within the framework of the call "Projekt MINT-Massenfächer"
(2011/12)

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Author

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Ulrike Seebacher MSc

Contact

Seebacher Ulrike
ulrike.seebacher(at)uni-graz.at
This teaching resource is allocated to following University:
KFUG - Karl-Franzens-University Graz
Date:

License

Creative Commons
BY-SA

Type of teaching method

  • Discussion / debate
  • Reflection