The theme of OEB in 2021 was learning resilience. In the post pandemic world, we talked about it as the secret to overcoming the past and the key to the future.
For me, resilience is essential for flexi... Read More
This webinar took place on April 30 from 14:00 - 15:00 CEST and offered an opportunity to hear from and connect with Tony O’Driscoll, adjunct professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, Research F... Read More
The potential of Virtual Exchange (VE) for promoting intercultural competence, language skills and critical digital literacy skills through online collaboration has been acknowledged by experts as a tool for i... Read More
It is often thought that the aim of digital assessment is efficiency: large numbers of students can be tested at the same time, correcting is less time-consuming and there is much less paper involved. While th... Read More
Since the year 2000, the Carpe Diem method has been deployed across the world to enable fully collaborative ways of designing learning.
The methodology enables agile and effective coll... Read More
Like many organizations in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace, the World Bank has been experiencing complex change in a rapidly changing business environment. This includes a new organizational struc... Read More
As technology evolves, the advent of digital technologies has provided education practitioners with opportunities to explore innovative use of technology in teaching and learning. Some of the latest technologi... Read More
The landscape of education is constantly transforming. Will we be flexible enough, agile enough, to keep up? Will we have the right resources and support in place, at the right time? How can we leverage this m... Read More
Using electronic devices for assessments can help to overcome many shortcomings of traditional pen-and-paper exams. Most importantly it increases alignment between education – exam – job. For example, nowadays... Read More
The 4th industrial revolution has profound implications for the future direction of education and society: whose responsibility is it?
The debate about the roles of government and business, the leadership e... Read More