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

Berlin, November 27 - 29, 2019

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.


OEB speaker Jacques Dang

Jacques Dang

HEC Paris, France


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