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Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT): Using diagnostics and feedback for effective teaching

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Teaching ans Learning | Basic 

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Blended learning has shown to be effective to encourage students to engage more intensively with the course content and to achieve deeper understanding, in particular in STEM disciplines. In this workshop, we will present a specific form of blended learning (Just-in-Time Teaching or JiTT) that combines specific methods for diagnostics and feedback to address key concepts and student difficulties. We have used this approach repeatedly, in various STEM courses with 50 or 500 students.


  • Identify factors for successful implementation and design tasks suitable for JiTT; reflect on your roles as teacher
  • Analyze student work in the context of JITT in order to identify barriers to student learning and decide how online and faceto-face instruction can help students overcome these barriers


  • Defining requirements and designing effective online materials for diagnostics and feedback
  • Assessing student responses; planning face-to-face teaching activities to help students overcome observed difficulties; encouraging students to participate and helping students develop necessary study skills
  • Implementing JiTT methods efficiently and incorporating it in your daily practice; contrasting JiTT with related methods (flipped classroom, inverted classroom)   
  • Recognizing JiTT as a method that uses multiple flows of information


Case studies, group work, individual work (design own materials, implement JiTT in to own teaching), brief lectures, plenary discussions.

Max. number of participants: 16. Course language: English


JiTT is for instructors (professors, academic staff) from all disciplines. Examples will be taken from STEM  disciplines.  Teams of instructors working on the same or similar courses are especially encouraged to attend.

Course information
Course number
LM 18B 
Wed, 04.12.2019 from 1:00pm-5:00pm
Thu, 05.12.2019, from 9:00am-1:00pm
1 day, 10 working units à 45 min
ZEWK, Fraunhoferstr. 33-36, R: FH 1004
Prof. Dr. Christian Kautz,
Prof. Dr. Peter Riegler (diesjähriger Preisträger des Ars legendi-Preis für exzellente Hochschullehre)
Course language

For employees and assistant lectures and registered doctoral candidates at TU Berlin, the course is free of charge. For non-employees, please contact  for information on fees.
Requirements for participation
Participants should be able to read technical course material and to discuss their observations in the classroom and concerns about teaching.
Assuming successful participation, you receive a certificate of attendance.
Applicable for TU certificate for teaching and learning.

For registration, please fill in the provided form. In case of any content questions regarding the course, please contact .

In case of any organizational questions please contact .

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Dr. Monika Rummler
+49 30 / 314 - 264 51
FH Fraunhoferstr. 33-36
Raum FH 1002