Proof of Resilience of Teachers and Students
We'll uncover drivers of resilience and flexibility of learners & teachers, as well as the creative use of technologies for learning and teaching by sharing different classroom cases.
Ast Teaching Professor, University of Bolton
Assistant Teaching Professor with the University of Bolton and Visiting Professor at Wuhan Business University. Chartered Global Management Accountant and an Exceptional, Award Winning Educator, Graded Outstanding for Teaching and Learning.
Associate Director for Design Innovation, Texas State University, United States of America
Experienced Designer and Educator with a demonstrated history of working in the international communication design world –
skilled in innovation + entrepreneurship, brand experiences, typography, and design thinking, with a strong focus on cross-cultural
and cross-disciplinary projects.
Professor, HEP Vaud, Switzerland
Lyonel Kaufmann is an associate professor in history didactics at the HEP Vaud. The HEP Vaud is a tertiary institution for the initial and in-service training of teachers from primary to secondary level. He is particularly interested in the use of media and technology in teaching and in issues related to the digital humanities in education, particularly in history teaching.
Deconfinement and Distance Learning - Rising to Meet New Challenges, Lyonel Kaufmann
It is time to consider "new" challenges we will have to face in the long term. This presentation will address five of them in particular and very concretely: develop new forms of hybridity; privilege asynchronicity; humanise your distance learning; being the owner of your content and data and; commit yourself to a slow science. This talk will present the concrete choices that were made in my teaching based on these five axes and a look at how the first and second year bachelor students engaged with this teaching-learning device.
From attending you will
- Learn how to take into account different factors that need to be considered in our teaching arrangements following the arrival of covid-19
- Be able to address in action the issues of critical pedagogy (Paolo Freire)
- Have the opportunity to observe concrete approaches to pedagogical arrangements at tertiary level
Reconceptualising Cross-displinary Teaching and Responding to Uncertainty (While Celebrating Trial & Error), Claudia Roeschmann
The abrupt move to online education including extra-curricular programming has shed light on the value of on campus learning, but more importantly it has allowed for fast-paced change to reveal successful alternate ways for virtual learning that would have otherwise not been deemed possible.
This presentation and case study will show how responding to crisis has been constructively incorporated into a specific educational context - and how important it is to design location-agnostic teaching within fluid sites of learning and practice.
- Understanding (and accepting) of "trial + error" teaching approach
- Encouraging pivots (not only to optimise learning in a virtual world
- Importance of design location-agnostic teaching within fluid sites of learning and practice