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23 – 25
Berlin

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Presentation Panel

The Covid Aftermath. Are Students Ready for Massive Online Learning?

Date Thursday, Nov 24  Time   –    Room Charlottenburg III

As we are now seeing the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel?  While we are trying to maintain the new and flexible ways of teaching and learning that we adopted during the pandemic, we need to be cautious not to “lose” the students. In this session, speakers discuss the first results of research about students’ skills and readiness for the hybrid classroom, from both a technological and social perspective. If student well-being is high on your agenda, make sure to show up to this session and share your experiences and concerns on the COVID aftermath.

OEB speaker Zubair Ahmad

Zubair Ahmad

Section Head of Module Development & Publications, Qatar University Young Scientists Center, Qatar University, Qatar

OEB speaker Eran Gal

Eran Gal

Head of Graduate Studies - Instructional Technologies, HIT, Israel

OEB speaker Wim de Boer

Wim de Boer

Strategic Education Advisor, University of Twente, Netherlands

Moderator

OEB speaker Herman van der Merwe

Herman van der Merwe

Deputy Dean: Teaching & Learning, North-West University, South Africa

Designing Flexible Teaching and Learning that Keeps Students Motivated and With Positive Results, Wim de Boer

Transformation or Reaction? Long-Term Covid Effects on Higher Education, Eran Gal

Redefining Undergraduate Internship: Sustaining Students’ Online Learning Using EdTech, Zubair Ahmad