Tutors provide valuable support for teaching staff. They assist in various settings ranging from lab exercises to creating digital learning content or organizing own tutorials.
In order to help students prepare for these diverse tasks, Hochschule Geisenheim University has created a two-step qualification program for eTutors. The program is divided into didactic, technical and social units and can be completed in parallel to your studies.
As student assistants, eTutors support teaching staff in using digital tools and/or implementing online teaching and learning scenarios.
They create or produce digital or hybrid teaching/learning scenarios and assist teachers and students with questions and problems that might arise in this context. In addition, they support or host online formats and forums, and motivate students to engage in online assignments. They act as an interface between students and teachers.
In the eTutor qualification program, students acquire social and digital skills that are important for their professional careers.
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Students complete the eTutor qualification program online in parallel to their studies. The program consists of various asynchronous and synchronous courses which can be accessed in the eTutor section in Ilias.
After completing the program, students can obtain an eTutor certificate.
|Basic module||In a first step, students are given a brief introduction to the basics of didactics and the psychology of learning, as well as to copyright regulations in teaching and an overview of the learning platforms used at HGU. In addition, students attend a workshop to learn more about their role and responsibilities and network with peers. It is recommended to complete the basic module as soon as you have started working in the department. The module comprises approximately 4.5 hours.|
|Consolidation||After completing the basic modules, students can attend advanced modules of the "eTutor Academy". Depending on their area of activity and personal interests, students are free to chose the modules they would like to attend.|
|Complementary workshops||starting in April 2022|
|Certificate||To obtain the eTutor qualification, students have to complete all basic modules as well as 12 units from the pool of modules in the "eTutor Academy" from at least two different areas (didactic, social, technical).|