TEL in HE was a half-day seminar held on 21 May 2019. The overarching goal of the event was to provide a platform for discourse on TEL challenges and opportunities in HE context as well as to provide hands-on sessions on harnessing affordances of technology in different learning contexts.
Following the opening address was a series of pitches by four presenters on leveraging affordances of TEL across different learning scenarios and the plenary session ended with a panel discussion.
Engaging TEL in Different Learning Spaces by Lisa O' Neill, Learning Developer, Teaching and Learning Support, TU-Delft
Mobile & Seamless Learning by Ellen Rusman, Associate Professor, Welten Institute, Open University of the Netherlands
Blended Learning by Wiebe Dijkstra, Trainer & Advisor, Blended Learning, Extension School, Delft University of Technology
Self-Regulation in Online Learning by Martine Baars, Assistant Professor, Cognitive Psychologist, Erasmus University of Rotterdam
Sharing of best practices in teaching HE students by Dr. C. D. Calvin Rans, Best Teacher of the Year, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology
The panel discussion revisited some prevalent issues on TEL in HE e.g., strategies and best practices to engage HE students (in mass lecture); appropriation of technologies in lesson design; assessment and evaluation in technology-mediated learning setting etc.
Interactive Session I: TEL in different learning spaces by Lisa O’ Neill. Lisa spoke on redesigning learning spaces with and through technologies.
Interactive Session II: Designing mobile and seamless learning lessons by Ellen Rusman & Esther Tan. During the hands-on session, participants worked in small groups to design a seamless learning scenario leveraging technological tools to facilitate a continuous learning process.
Interactive Session III: Blended learning by Wiebe Dijkstra. Participants learnt how to develop a sequence of online and offline learning activities.
Interactive Session IV: Online self-regulated learning by Martine Baars & Jacqueline Wong. Participants discussed the range of possible activities to support self-, co- & shared regulation as well as harnessing technological affordances (e.g., prompts, apps) in supporting self-regulation in online learning environments.
In the attachment are the slides of the plenary session as well as the workshops.
Thank you for your participation and interest in the event.