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Lessons learned from lockdown: blended learning for the future [ENG]

Prof. Dr. Arie van der Lugt;

Datum: 2. bis 9. November 2021

17:00 - 19:00 Uhr on all 3 days 1.Tag 02.11.2021, 2.Tag 04.11.2021, 3. Tag: 09.11.2021

Ort: online seminar - login information will be sent to all participants shortly before the course date.

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Arie van der Lugt;

Angebot durch: Hochschuldidaktik (Dozierenden-Service-Center)

Bereich/Kategorie: HD-Kompetenzbereich e-Didaktik

Arbeitseinheiten (AE): 11

Zielgruppe: Lehrende

In the context of our recent experiences with emergency remote teaching, discussions about what higher education should look like once restrictions are lifted are maybe more divided than ever. How can we facilitate better collaboration, especially online? How can we keep our education flexible? What is the role of technology in our practice? And how can we ensure that our education fulfils its broader societal and social function?

In this workshop, we will frame the concept of blended learning as an approach to educational design that brings all opportunities for learning together in a logical whole, and not simply as a technological innovation. This online workshop will be an interactive exploration of our educational practice. Some common misconceptions about blended learning will be highlighted. The workshop will provide room to reflect on your own educational vision – and what you’d like education to look like in the future. Digging into your motivation and passion for education, we invite you to join in for three engaging 2-hour online sessions on Tuesday 2 November, Thursday 4 November and Tuesday 9 November from 17.00-19.00.

Before every session, participants are required to prepare a small assignment.