Microteaching session

The microteaching facility is located within the School of Education, Block D building and its principal use is in the pre-service teacher training programme. Based on the Stanford Model, it was first established in 1975 and has constantly been improved. upgraded and expanded since then.

Peer to peer microteaching allows for our student teachers to deliver structured lessons to their student teacher colleagues. These lessons are recorded and then played back by an experienced tutor in the presence of the group of teachers.

Microteaching allows staff to:

  • Observe future teachers in various teaching situations, make clear comparisons and highlight key moments on the video.
  • Make qualitative and quantitative analyses of their performance thanks to objective evaluation criteria.
  • Increase their motivation by objectively demonstrating progress and evolution through time. 

This facility has also been used for in-service programmes given by other Disciplines, Units and Schools/Colleges within the University.