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

Berlin, November 27 - 29, 2019

Panel XCP31

Bundling Learner Effort to Boost Learning Impact

Date Thursday, Dec 6  Time   –    Room Knight

In both collaborative learning and peer-to-peer learning, students work together to improve their knowledge-acquisition experience. Technically speaking, the former involves students learning alongside one another; in the latter, they learn from each other. There’s clearly no silver bullet but engaged educators worldwide are at work connecting technology, new pedagogy and deep learning. In this panel, information about activities around the world will show how, piece by piece, pedagogical concepts are being formulated that comprise the best of the new without discarding what’s proven effective in the past.


OEB speaker Alessia Messuti

Alessia Messuti

International Training Centre of the International Labour Organisation (ITCILO), Italy


OEB speaker Päivi Timonen

Päivi Timonen

Humak University of Applied Sciences, Finland

The Significance of Collaborative Learning for cMOOCs - and Factors Affecting It

OEB speaker Jost Hamschmidt

Jost Hamschmidt

ETH Zurich - Department of Management, Technology and Economics, Switzerland

Peer-to-peer Learning in Management Education: The Case of D-MTEC

OEB speaker Christoph Janke

Christoph Janke

Student at CODE University of Applied Sciences, Germany

No Lectures, No Exams, No Orders: How I Manage Curiosity-Driven Education