Experts in Teamwork
Experts in Teamwork (EiT) is an obligatory course for all study programmes at the second degree (master's) level at NTNU.
På norsk: Eksperter i team
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- Information for
- Info regarding change in teaching due to Corona virus disease
- What is Experts in Teamwork (EiT)?
- Important dates: Intensive villages Spring Semester 2020
- Important dates: Semester-based villages Spring Semester 2020
- Contact persons
Information for #
Info regarding change in teaching due to Corona virus disease #
The head of EiT has decided that the remaining 5 village days will be done online. Find more information on the EiT student page or on your Blackboard courseroom.
What is Experts in Teamwork (EiT)? #
In Experts in Teamwork, students develop teamwork skills by reflecting on and learning from specific situations of cooperation in carrying out a project. Students work in interdisciplinary teams with participants from diverse programmes of study. Interdisciplinary teamwork is used as an opportunity to develop collaborative skills that make teamwork more productive. Relevant problem areas from civic and working life form the basis for teamwork, and the results achieved by the teams are used to benefit internal and external partners.
The learning method in EiT is experience-based. An important part of the learning process is the situations that arise as the team works together. Students develop skills in collaboration by reflecting on these situations throughout the project life cycle. Team members perform reflection activities together, stimulated by facilitation, writing down reflections, exercises in teamwork, and feedback. EiT Section members create the professional foundation for facilitation, which is provided by the village supervisor and learning assistants.
Important dates: Intensive villages Spring Semester 2020 #
Teaching every weekday in week 2-4.
|Village start-up (1st village day)||6 January|
|Final village day||24 January|
|Deadline for students to submit their project reports and process reports||31 January|
|Announcement of grades||21 February|
Important dates: Semester-based villages Spring Semester 2020 #
Teaching every Wednesday in week 2-17 (except week 15).
|Village start-up (1st village day)||8 January|
|Final village day||22 April|
|Deadline for students to submit their project reports and process reports||29 April|
|Announcement of grades||22 May|
Contact persons #
- Your questions or problems may easily be addressed by searching these pages. Try there first before you contact the people listed below.
- For questions regarding exemptions, contact your faculty
- For questions regarding attendance, contact your village supervisor's faculty
- For general requests, please use firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 73599090
- If you wish to contact any member of the Section for EiT, see the individual's employee page
Faculty contact persons #
Each faculty has an EiT contact person who can answer your questions regarding Experts in Teamwork.
Among other things, they can help you with:
- exemption from or change of village type
- questions regarding attendance
See also the webpage for students.
- Faculty of Architecture and Design (AD): Beate Revis Applications for EiT exemptions are to be sent to: email@example.com
- Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (MH): Hans Martin Tunaal
- Faculty of Humanities (HF): Common e-mail to HF about EiT. Applications for EiT exemptions are to be sent to:firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE): Common e-mail to IE about EiT
- Faculty of Engineering (IV): Ann-Helen Kirknes Applications for EiT exemptions are to be sent to: email@example.com
- Faculty of Natural Sciences (NV): Sigurd Madsen
- Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences (SU): Common e-mail to SU about EiT
- Faculty of Economics and Management (OK): Common e-mail to OK about EiT Applications for EiT exemptions are to be sent to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Application for exemption
- Applications for exemption are asked to be sent by e-mail, mail or delivered by hand to the student section at your faculty.
- Applications containing person sensitive information cannot be sent by e-mail.
- If no e-mail adress is displayed in the table above, use the following mail-address for exemption applications:
NTNU, (your faculty), 7491 Trondheim
NTNU, Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences , 7491 Trondheim
EiT-coordinators at NTNU Gjøvik and Ålesund
Section for Experts in Teamwork #
Office address: Main Administration Building, Gløshaugen, 4th floor.
Phone: (+47) 73 55 90 90
Head of EiT
Information and teaching materials
Nina Haugland Andersen