This years’ Annual Meeting at November 10th 2017 took place in the new Teaching Lab of the TU Delft. The conference focused on Collaboration & Innovation.
This year’s keynote speakers were: Mick & Ruth Healey from the UK. They spoke about Engaging Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. Next to that, a carrousel of innovative projects was presented by the LDE partners, showing how they think a culture of innovation can be fostered. Finally, we had to say some goodbyes.
Mick & Ruth Healey: Engaging Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
Projects in the Carrousel:
- Mixed Reality for Education: Beerend Hierck
- MOOC about Assessement in Higher Education: Mandy Hollander & Marit Nieuwenhuys
- Flipped Master in Medical School: Mary Dankbaar
- Ace your Self-study: the Study App: Farshida Zafar
- Innovation Mathematics Education: Diam Team
Beerend Hierck: Mixed Reality for Education
Beerend Hierck showed today the use of the Hololens in Higher education. [text]
Mandy Hollander & Marit Nieuwenhuys: Assessment in Higher Education
Mandy Hollander and Marit Nieuwenhuys talked in their sessions about assessment in Higher Education.
Mary Dankbaar: Flipped Master in Medical School
Mary Dankbaar talked in her session about how to work with a Flipped Master in Medical School
Farshida Zafar: Ace your Self Study; The Study App
Diam Team: Innovation Mathematics Education
The DIAM team presented an innovation project blending its interfaculty mathematics education. Goals of this project are: improve results, increase efficiency, transfer mathematical knowledge to other courses en better connect to today's students.
How to foster a culture of innovation?
Timo Kos moderated a panel of the LDE educational innovators: Marja Verstelle, Farshida Safar and Rob Mudde. They talked about cooperation in educational innovations.
Wrap Up & Goodbyes
After thanking E-merge partners for their hard work Anka Mulder awarded Henk Dekker with a symbolic award wearing his name. Henk was honored for his first-class leadership that led CEL through it's exciting starting phase.