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HS1.14

Novel techniques that worked or failed in teaching hydrology - teachers and students stories | PICO
Convener: Nejc Bezak  | Co-Conveners: Lieke Melsen , V. Merwade , Mojca Sraj , Guillaume Thirel 
With the introduction of newer technology, computational tools and interdisciplinary nature of hydrology in practice, this session aims to bring together students and teachers to share their experience of teaching hydrology using newer or novel methods. Specifically, this session welcomes contributions from teaching assistants and teachers of hydrology or related disciplines as well as undergraduate, master, PhD and post-doc students from related fields. All interested geoscientists are invited to present their experience in using a new or novel technique in teaching hydrology. These techniques may include lab-experiments, field measurements and trips, modelling techniques, programming skills, software, interpretation of the subject matter, active learning methods, group-work, online learning, video lectures, MOOC’s, serious games, and student mentoring, among others. The rationale of this session is to learn about the different methods and/or teaching practices in hydrology, and to exchange the best ideas.

This session is organized in cooperation with the Young Hydrologic Society (http://younghs.com/)