Teaching is an intentional process in which you present teaching content. This is possible in different ways. We will introduce you to forms of design.


In order to consolidate knowledge and actions, teaching should encourage students to work on content themselves, to reflect on it, or to engage in exchange. We show you suitable methods and tools!


Supervision supports the processes of mediation and activation. This refers to learning support in the form of social interactions, which, among other things, is intended to strengthen the interaction...

Where can I find more information?

Here you will find further didactic tips and digitally supported scenarios implemented at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.

You will also find support in the IKMZ/MMZ self-study course "Fit for the digital semester".

The Teaching Day 2020 also dealt in depth with the evaluation of the online summer semester. The keynote on "Opportunities and Side Effects in the Digital Semester" by PD Dr. Malte Persike was recorded for you.

For further information, we recommend the pages of the University Forum on Digitization. Furthermore, you will find an overview of best practice examples for online teaching at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and throughout Germany on the web pages of e-teaching.org.

Via the Pattern Pool website, you can be inspired by tried-and-tested teaching-learning scenarios from other teachers and have didactic solutions generated directly for your area of application.