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  • Faculteit wiskunde en natuurwetenschappen

    Portfolio template

    BKO-registration FWN October 2011 This template provides guidance for the composition of your education-portfolio for obtaining a university teaching qualification (BKO in Dutch). Use the order provided by the template, remove “italic type”, and fill out the open spaces. Provide clear references to relevant attachments for each of the required competences.

    Name Prof. Dr. Holger Waalkens

    P-number P252003

    Address Boenster Str. 54

    26826 Weener, Germany Telephone number

    Date of birth 27 August 1969

    Place of birth Weener, Germany

    E-mail address h.waalkens@rug.nl

    Institute/Faculty FWN

    Working at the University since:

    at the RUG since 2007

    Teaching certificate

    BKO

    Date: March 2012

    P137302 Typewritten Text De bijlagen bij dit portfolio bevinden zich aan het eind. Als naar een bijlage verwezen wordt, staat in de marge het paginanummer van de bijlage. Elke bijlage heeft bovendien een bookmark.

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    Table of contents

    1� Personal information and CV 3�

    3� Vision on scientific education 11�

    4� Self-analysis BKO criteria 18� 4.1� Criterion (re)design of education 18� 4.2� Criterion teaching and supervising students 25� 4.3� Criterion testing and assessment 29� 4.4� Criterion Evaluation 33�

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    1 Personal information and CV  Insert CV as attachment, without publications.

    A General information

    1. Personal Information Name (title, initials, name), first name, M/F? Prof. Dr. Holger Waalkens

    Year of birth 27 August 1969

    Faculty FWN

    Actual University Job Ranking Adjunct hoogleraar

    Employment at RUG (in hours/week) 40 hours/week

    Employment for teaching tasks (in fte) 0.4 fte

    Course in which you are the principal lecturer this academic year: Lineaire Algebra I, Vectoranalyse, Caput Mathematical Physics, Student Colloquium (the latter together with A.C.D. van Enter)

    2. Experience as a lecturer

    Number of years as a lectures in higher education

    12 years: 3 years in Bremen, Germany, as Wissenschaftlicher Assistent (which corresponds to Junior Professorschips in the new German academic system) 5 years in Bristol, UK, as lecturer (which is similar to an Assistant Professorship with tenure) 4 years in Groningen, the Netherlands, as adjunct hoogleraar

    Other experience as a teacher?

    7 years: 3 years as a PhD student giving tutorials 4 years as a student giving tutorials (Analysis I and II, Linear Algebra, Algebra, Calculus, Statistical Physics, Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics)

    Remarks:

    3. Courses and program in which you participate Never Sometimes Regularly

    Own bachelors program, including minor x

    Bachelor program other courses x

    Own master program x

    Master programs other courses x B Experience in education

    4. Experience with education Little Moderate Much Direct preparation and performing a lecture x Designing a course x (Re)designing curriculum x Coordinating or management tasks x

    5. Your experience regarding teaching methods Little Moderate Much

    Lecture x

    P137302 Typewritten Text

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    Tutorial x Guided study x Lab work x Educational Projects x Problem Based Learning x Case-studies Computer based education x Individual teaching (AIO, thesis) x Other:………………..

    6. Experience using (multi)media Little Moderate Much Simple visual media x Written material and hand-outs x Digital learning environment (TeleTOP, Blackboard) x

    Remarks:

    7. Experience with assignments Little Moderate Much Construction of assignments x Evaluation of written materials x Evaluation of electronic results x Remarks:

    8. Subjects for which you were the coordinating lecturer: Subject code Name subject Teaching method Course load

    Academic program and period

    1

    WILA1- 06.2011- 2012.1B

    Linear Algebra I Lectures (by me) + tutorials + computer practicals

    30+30+ 10 hours

    Mathematics (+physics, astronomy, chemistry), bachelor course, Groningen, 2011, 1 time

    2 WIFP1006.2 010-2011.1

    Mathematics&Statistics for Pharmacy

    Lectures (by me) + tutorials + computer practicals

    30+30+ 24

    bachelor course for pharmacy students, Groningen, 2010, 1 time

    3 WICMF- 09.2009- 2010

    Caput Mathematical Physics Lectures (by me) 30 hours Mathematics, master course, Groningen, 2010, 1 time

    4 WIAM- 03.2007- 2008.1

    Algebra Lectures + tutorials (both by me)

    30 + 15 hours

    Mathematics, bachelor course, Groningen, 2007- 2011, 4 times

    5 WIIPDS- 07.2009- 2010

    Integrerend Project Dynamische Systemen

    Lectures + tutorials + office hours (all by me)

    25+15+ 10 hours

    Mathematics, bachelor course, Groningen, 2007- 2011, 4 times

    6 General Graduate Lectures Lectures (by me) 8 hours Mathematics, Graduate

    course, Bristol, 2006, 1 time

    7 Quantum Mechanics Lectures (by me) 30 hours Mathematics, Bristol, 2004-2007, 3 times

    8 Numerical Projects Lectures +

    computer practicals (both by me)

    30+15 hours

    Mathematics, Bristol, 2003-2007, 4 times

    9 Advanced Quantum Mechanics Lectures (by me) 30 hours Physics, Bremen, 2001, 1

    time

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    10 Computational Physics Lectures/Computer

    practicals (both by me)

    30 hours Physics, Bremen, 2001, 1 time

    11 Bose-Einstein Condensation Lectures (by me) 30 hours Physics, Bremen, 2000, 1 time

    9. Subects for which you were a co-lecturer Subject code Name subject Teaching method Course

    load Academic program and period

    1

    Conservative Dynamical Systems

    Lectures + Tutorials (both by me and H. Hanßmann)

    30+15 hours

    MasterMath course, with H. Hanßmann, Utrecht, 2010, 1 time

    2

    Geometric Mechanics Lectures + Tutorials (one quarter by me)

    30+15 hours

    MasterMath course, with H. Hanßmann, A. Kiselev and B. Rink, Utrecht, 2009, 1 time

    3

    WLPB1013.20 07-2008.1

    Biomathematics Lectures (one half by me) + Tutorials + Computer practicals (for the tutorials and the computer practicals I was presented about half the time)

    30 + 30+ 24 hours

    bachelor course for biology students, with F. Weissing, Groningen, 2007- 2010, 3 times

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    10. Training in the field of education

    Name course Provider Result Course load Year Induction course for lecturers new to teaching mathematics & statistics in UK higher education in Birmingham

    the Higher Education Academy; Maths, Stats & OR Network

    Contents: - What makes a good mathematics lecture? - Teaching students mathematical proof - The computer environment: recent developments and systems to support learning - Examinations, writing and marking

    2 days 2005

    Further Higher Education Training

    the higher education didactics department at Bremen University

    Contents: - Basic elements of didactics and their practical realization - Simulations of learning situations - Video recording of these simulations and individual feedback - Handling difficult situations (like students with low motivation levels)

    2 day course + three supervision sessions

    2000

    Workshop Eindhoven: Teaching Mathematical Proofs

    ICAB Project Bachelor Wiskunde Nederland (BWN)

    Contents: discussion among Dutch maths departments on how to teach students to do mathematical proofs; this included also the implications for assessing of maths students

    1 day 2012

    PhD coaching course RuG, Brigitte Hertz Contents: - situational leadership - counseling - negotiations - conflict management - influence techniques - providing feedback to presentations - feedback during the writing process

    4 days 2011

    Introductieprogramma hoogleraren

    RuG, Ben Verheijen Contents (among others): - situational leadership - counseling - negotiations - conflict management - influence techniques

    2 days 2009

    11. Teaching methods which you plan to use in the near future Little Moderate Much

    Lecture x Tutorial x Guided study x Lab work x Educational Projects x Problem Based Learning x

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    Case-studies Computer based education x Individual teaching (AIO, thesis) x Other:………………..

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    C. Evaluation didactic knowledge and skills Important: Indicate for each of the 45 statements to what extent you’ve objectively mastered the skill that is described in the statement. The way you score a given item is an indication of your experience with the described situation. Scores must be read as: 1=none; 2=some; 3=adequate; 4=good; 5=excellent; n=not applicable. Knowledge/skill 1 2 3 4 5 n

    Design course