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The global, cross-sector conference and exhibition on
technology supported learning and training

Berlin, December 5 – 7, 2018

Panel DAT79

Activating Student Achievement

Date Friday, Dec 7  Time   –    Room King

This Panel features a discussion of intriguing approaches to making the learning space more productive for both learners and learning providers. The general themes cover ‘affective reactions’ as drivers of students' achievement levels; getting to know learners’ expertise levels; building non-trivial e-learning applications; and using peer review of assignments to activate students. We look forward to hearing what you can bring to the discussion - and promise that you’ll take something valuable away.

Chairperson

OEB speaker Jacques Dang

Jacques Dang

HEC Paris, France

Speakers

OEB speaker Gwen Noteborn

Gwen Noteborn

Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Education Revolution: Learning in the 21st Century and the Importance of Affective Reactions

OEB speaker Renée de Waal

Renée de Waal

Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Online Learning in On-campus Education to Activate Students

OEB speaker Andrew Pyper

Andrew Pyper

University of Hertfordshire, UK

Developing Skills, Demonstrating Competence and Building eLearning Applications: Structuring Students’ eLearning Design and Development Work

OEB speaker Andrew Nye

Andrew Nye

Cambridge Assessment English, UK

Progress, Performance and Personalisation: Using Assessment to Guide the Learning Journey