PIL101 in the form of modules
In order to get a certificate for PIL101, you need to take the Introduction Module and the Legal Module plus two additional modules of your choice.
All participants start with the Introduction Module. After completing that module, you can take the other three modules in the order that suits you best. (Thus, it is fine to take the legal module last.) When you have completed all four modules successfully, you have achieved the equivalent of a full PIL101 course and can register PIL101 in Ladok. Read more about the modules under Module descriptions below.
With most modules, you can choose whether you want to take the module on campus or online. You do not have to take all four modules during the same term. If you want to take more modules than four, that's fine.
In the spring of 2024, we offer seven modules in English:
- Introduction to Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- Legal Module
- Lesson Plan
- The Good Lecture
- Teaching methods to promote students’ critical information awareness
- Teaching methods for PhD students in natural science (only for PhD students at the Faculty of Science)
NOTE I: You can take two or more modules at the same time, as long as no scheduled activities conflict. However, you must have completed Introduction to Teaching and Learning in Higher Education before starting any other module. Consequently, it is not possible to take the Introduction in parallel with any other module.
NOTE II: All scheduled activities in all modules are mandatory and require attendance, unless otherwise stated in the module description.
Schedule links for the modules can be found at the bottom of each module description, see below.
For a quick overview over the modules and their respective time slots, see the following document: Overview spring 2024 (pdf)
Click on the module names to read more about the various modules: