Panel Presentation CNT138
Courses and Learning Activities for 21st Century Skills
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time – Room Tiergarten
These courses and study programmes provide students with the knowledge, abilities and qualities required to translate competences into the kind of behaviour that is required in societies and workplaces. Speakers will share key success factors of these types of courses and learning activities that teach innovative and creative problem-solving skills, as well as discuss the role of teachers and how they/we can make a greater impact on the professional development of students and their future careers.
Deborah Arnold is national and international projects coordinator at AUNEGe, the French digital university for economics and management. She develops, coordinates and participates in a number of projects on topics such as active learning for soft skills development, open virtual mobility and digital credentials, in addition to national work around resources and frameworks in the discplinary fieldof management studies.
Before joining AUNEGe in September 2018, Deborah ran the educational technology and distance learning department at the University of Burgundy and was in charge of the digital education strategy area of the digital roadmap. Prior to that, she worked for over 10 years as a project manager at Vidéoscop, the audiovisual and multimedia production department of Université Nancy 2. From 2010 to 2016 she served on the Executive Committee of EDEN (European Distance and E-learning Network) and held the position of Vice-President Communication (2015-2016). She is an EDEN Senior Fellow and currently serves on the EDEN Fellows Coucil board.
Deborah has a Masters degree in digital media production, journalism and communication from the University of Burgundy, and is currently completing a PhD on the topic of leadership for technology-enhanced learning in higher education at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Teaching Critical Thinking Skills and Feedback Literacy
Dr. Erik Jentges is the educational developer at ETH Zurich’s Department of Management, Technology and Economics (D-MTEC). He consults and works on a range of activities from conceptualizing and re-designing courses to developing feedback and evaluation processes with faculty.
Erik has been a lecturer in Sociology, Political Science, Media Studies and Management at universities in Switzerland and abroad. He has worked for many years with several NGOs on intercultural youth exchanges and adult education across Europe.
Erik completed his PhD in sociology in 2009 at Humboldt University Berlin and holds a diploma in social sciences following studies at Humboldt and at ENS de Cachan in Paris. In 2014-15, he conducted research as the Swiss Scholar in the Global Europe Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars in Washington DC. He is the programme manager of the D-MTEC Teaching Innovations Lab at ETH Zurich.
Patricia Ibáñez Ibáñez
Global Campus Nebrija (Universidad Nebrija), Spain
Transversal Competences in Virtual Environments. Design and Implementation at Nebrija University
Degree in psycho-pedagogy, Master's degree in Research in Social Sciences (University of Extremadura) and Master's degree in gender equality in public and private sector (University Jaume I). Now PhD student in ICTs and teacher training.
Professor in various professor training courses (Ministry of Education). Research and training scholarship at the National Center for Innovation and Educational Research (CNIIE, Ministry of Education).
Currently, e-learning manager at Global Campus Nebrija department and researcher in the lines of professor training, e-learning and b-learning.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
How Do we Orchestrate Learning of Innovation?
Bo Danielsen has been teaching members of the dental team since 1986. Bo did a Master in Information techology and Learning (2003) and have had a long standing interest in computer assisted learning and pedagogy. In resent years Bo have been involved in teaching innovation and consider this as one of teachers' core competency in order to be able to develop and faciliutates learning in the post modern world.