Panel Presentation Session IMP45
Implementation and Integration: Is Everyone On Board?
Date Thursday, Dec 7 Time – Room Rook
How do educators experience the benefits and drawbacks of a new, valuable tool, platform or system that is in use at an institution-wide level? In this session we would like to discuss how we can assess perceptions and potential for "buy in". Join us and walk away with strategies and solutions that are key to ensuring successful adoption.
National Education Institute, Slovenia
Nives Kreuh is a Head of e-learning at the National Education Institute in Slovenia. She is doing the national research, strategy planning and implementation of new curricula through teacher continuous professional development in the field of digital pedagogy and e-learning. She holds a B.A. in Slovene and English language and literature, a M.Sc. in English language and didactics.
She was leading the national E-competent teacher project in which they designed the standard of e-competent teacher, principle and ICT coordinators in schools framework called The Way towards E-competency. She focused on designing key e-competencies and developing the efficient training model called The Way towards E-competency, leading the instructional design and online courses (MOOCs) development for in-service teacher training and professional development to raise pedagogical digital literacy in schools nationwide.
She is the Head of Programme and Organising Committe of the international SIRikt* conference (*Enabling Education and Research with ICT), which is the largest educational conference in Slovenia with around 1000 delegates each year.
She also works internationally as the national expert and is the author of E-Competent Teacher, Principle and IT expert Framework and Designing E-Student Books Framework.
Line Palle Andersen
Metropolitan University College, Denmark
How Does a New Digital Tool of Assessment Affect Teachers’ Feedback?
Line Palle Andersen has an advanced MA in Art History, a supplementary degree in Journalism and is currently studying a Master in ICT and learning at Aalborg University in Denmark.
She works in the department of Nutrition and Midwifery at Metropolitan University College in Denmark as Senior Lecturer teaching Innovation, Project Management and Journalism. She is WiseFlow supporter and is supervising the implementing and use of ICT in teaching.
Areas of interest:
- Student as co-creators (focus: undergraduate research)
- HCI (focus: How digital systems affect our working routines and relations)
- Visual studies and Learning Design
- Learning Analytics
Phillip Bernard Rothwell
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
The Big Bang Theory - Implementing a new, large scale Virtual Learning Environment
Learning Technology Developer at Liverpool John Moores University
Focus for past fifteen months has been the Procurement and Migration of VLE from Blackboard to Canvas
Interests: Mobile Learning, Learning Analytics, Virtual Classroom, Distance Blended Learning, Digital Badges.