Learning Café HEF17
Student in the Lead: Technologies for Demand-driven Education
Date Thursday, Dec 6 Time – Room Charlottenburg III
Curriculum-development has become a collaborative process, involving students and industries. Faculty in their role as coaches are tapping into students intrinsic motivation and curiosity. Learning communities and flexible learning spaces have replaced lecture halls. So what comes next as we’re creating higher learning impact? A selected group of students from a university of applied sciences will facilitate an exchange on how technology is keeping up with the reality of new educational principles. We’ll tap into the wishes and demands of users, discuss functionalities and requirements of new learning spaces and share best practices, tips and tricks.
Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
I am the intermediary between businesses, research and education. Combining my passion to help companies work on business cases and challenges, and the personal development of youngsters, I help companies find collaboration opportunities with education and research.
Student at the Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
My name is Marit Steketee, I'm 21 years old, a student at Avans University and study Human Resource Management.
I can describe myself as a hard-working student, who is eager to learn en takes opportunities with both hands. And when I take an opportunity, I'll go for it with 100%. My strengths are: I like to take the lead, I work with structure and I'm good at planning. Besides that, I'm a reliable person who attaches great importance to open and honest communication.
I'm very excited about our new way of education; student in the lead. That's also the reason why I'm hosting a workshop about education and technology with my fellow student.