LERU webinar Hybrid Teaching and Learning

Por MIPE DIPE

Hybrid Teachng and Learning seminar 16 April 2021 Programme

3.00 pm Welcome and short introduction by Peter van Baalen (University of Amsterdam)
3.10 Building a Hybrid Learning Theatre
Short presentation by Maud Pols (University of Amsterdam)
Followed by a short Q&A
3.30 Scenarios for hybrid learning and teaching
Short presentation by Mabelle Hernandez (Utrecht University)
Followed by a short Q&A

3.50 Short break

4.00 Small class teaching with OWL technology
Short presentation by Jula Dawitz (University of Amsterdam)
Followed by a short Q&A
4.20 Research on hybrid learning and teaching
Short presentation by Helle Mathiasen (University of Copenhagen)
Follwed by a short Q&A
4.40 Extended Q&A and discussion

5.00 End of the seminar

Short abstract of the different sessions

Maud Pols – Project Leader Educational Innovation - University of Amsterdam
During the seminar we will dive into a concrete best practice of the University of Amsterdam: the Hybrid Learning Theatre. This 10x10m2 hybrid learning space allows 13 on-site students, 1500+ students online and includes a 4.5x2.5 ‘Zoom Wall’ for real-time interaction. This set-up enables active participation, in-class discussions and gives students the opportunity to benefit from an engaging learning experience, even from home.

Mabelle Hernandez – Programme manager Educate-IT, University of Utrecht
Utrecht University has recently worked on a central definition of hybrid teaching/learning and also eight didactic scenarios of hybrid teaching/learning. Subsequently in an integral and interdisciplinary UU broad collaboration, a technical design was made for the layout of the hybrid classroom that supports the definition as well as the didactic scenarios of hybrid teaching/learning.
Julia Dawitz – Lecturer Biopsychology - University of Amsterdam
I will talk about the use of meeting-owls in hybrid education. Based on examples from our faculty I will answer the questions: What are meeting owls and how do they work? In which situations do they add something to teaching? And when should we avoid using them?

Helle Mathiasen – professor of education science and Henrik Bregnhøj – consultant online and blended learning – both University of Copenhagen
On basis a quantitative and a qualitative research design we present findings concerning the challenged conditions of communication, focusing on students and e-moderators at UCPH experiences after 3½ months with HyFlex lectures, before total shot down, December 2020. We present findings concerning the challenged conditions of communication.

Aquest seminari està obert a tots el membres de la LERU, així que és pot inscriure qualsevol persona de la UB que estigui interessada en el tema.