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How to engage in teaching and learning activities

ITU expects you engage in active participation, whether it be in the dialogues and quizzes during lectures, in team or group work, in reflective exercises or in case or project work. 

Formative Feedback

At ITU, you will meet many different forms of formative feedback.

During courses, feedback is provided as, for example, teacher-student feedback, self-evaluation and peer-to-peer feedback.

Peer-to-peer feedback

When you participate in peer feedback, you do not only learn from the feedback you receive; you also gain from providing feedback to others.

Giving feedback to others encourages self-reflexivity and supports critical thinking.

You will learn to reflect on your own work and the work of others, and you will engage in identifying and solving problems on your own.

If you would like to read more about the pedagogical principles at the IT-University, please find more information at principles