Learning Café ACC27
Re-thinking Design for the Inclusion of Marginalised Learners - a Provocational Learning Café
Date Thursday, Dec 7 Time –
Join this session and gain a new perspective by consciously designing for the inclusion of communities that are otherwise often under-represented. The result of interventional sessions like these can reach far beyond your normal conference experience, as it might impact upcoming procurement decisions, teaching practices and product design decisions. By asking “how to design for uncertainty?” and by offering provocations from various realms and sectors, we aim to unpack these multi-layered questions, in order to enable you to take more ethical, sustainable and conscious decisions in your everyday work-life.
Leuphana Digital School, Germany
Christian is a founding team member of Leuphana Digital School. He works with faculty and staff at Leuphana University to encourage open teaching and learning practices. Besides his involvement at other universities, he was involved in the design and the implementation open and connected learning formats at Leuphana Digital School.
Christian also works as a consultant to enhance and facilitate the use of technology in educational institutions and other larger organizations. He is a proud Virtually Connecting buddy and he records "Feierabendbier Open Education", a German podcast on Open Education.
The American University in Cairo, Egypt
Hoda Mostafa is currently as Associate Professor of Practice and Associate Director at the Center for Learning and Teaching, American University in Cairo. She teaches freshman within a multi-section course, Scientific Thinking and has also designed and developed a course on Creativity and Creative Problem Solving, exploring design thinking and educational game design with her students. She has also participated in the planning, design and implementation of a new Freshman Program in 2013 and continues to work on foundational teaching and learning at AUC.
As a faculty developer she designs and facilitates professional development workshops for faculty and teaching assistants over a wide range of topics including pedagogy, assessment and integration of educational technology into the classroom. She also works on the dissemination and promotion of innovative teaching practices into the classroom. Her interests include integrating creative thinking, critical thinking and scientific thinking into primary level higher education and helping in the advancement of these habits of mind in Egyptian society.
American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt
Associate Professor of Practice at the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo. She is editor at the journal Hybrid Pedagogy, International Director of Digital Pedagogy Lab, editorial board member of 4 journals: Teaching in Higher Education; Online Learning Journal, Journal of Pedagogic Development and Learning, Media and Technology. She is a Prof Hacker and DML Central blogger, and co-founder of virtuallyconnecting.org