Can we Reach Ambitious and Complex Learning Objectives Using EdTech Such as Augmented Reality and Adaptive Algorithms?
Date Thursday, Nov 24 Time – Room Chess
This Learning Café introduces a taxonomic framework developed for global training of employees in the wind industry with special attention to the importance of aligning learning objectives and EdTech learning activities. Participants will share experiences and discuss possibilities and challenges in reaching ambitious and realistic learning objectives using EdTech as well as traditional “analog” training methods.
- Deeper or broadened insight on digital posibilities in teaching and learning designs.
- Enhanced focus on the need for alignment between learning objectives, learning activities and evaluations/assessment.
- Curiosity or courage to utilize more advanced EdTech.
Training Project Manager, Global Wind Organisation, Denmark
Thomas manages training development projects in global wind industry. Thomas had a long career in the Royal Danish Navy, Training and Education branch, before joining Global Wind Organisation in August 2020. His key focus areas are pedagogical and didactic development and design with an uncompromising curiosity in the pursuit of how we can design teaching that meets the taxonomic ambitions of the set learning goals. In 2016 Thomas presented his project "Didactic Ambitions in e-learning" at OEB. The same year his publication "The Military Instructor's Handbook" was published by the Danish Defense College in Danish and English language and is now syllabus on the Danish Defense NCO instructors training. Thomas holds a Master in Adult Learning and HR Development from Aarhus University.