Monday, 3 February 2020
– Friday, 7 February 2020
The answer is no. No matter how well they are embedded in everyday teaching and in curriculum design, technology and digitization alone do not generate innovative teaching and learning. For many academics, in particular, technology remains an innovative toolkit used to deliver traditional content: we use it to implement e-learning, to store traditional materials, to try to intrigue and engage students. Rarely do we succeed in using it as a means to drive a process of radical pedagogical innovation.
This 2020 Eco/logical Learning and Simulation Environments in Higher Education (ELSE) partnership offers the chance to learn more about our pedagogies and to pilot our innovative digital tools through a training week hosted by Milan partner (HOC-Lab at Politecnico di Milano).
Book soon as the number of external participants is limited and the deadline is 15 January 2020.
Find out more about the Eco/logical Learning and Simulation Environments in Higher Education (ELSE) project.