20.01.2020 at 11.30 - 24.01.2020 at 13.00
Developing learning processes that offer the best possible spaces for students to analyse, discuss and develop solutions to real-time and concrete societal challenges have always been the core of teaching at Aalborg University. Anchored in a strong belief that problem-based learning (PBL) is a constructive and ambitious way to facilitate student centered learning, AAU has for many years set the standard for developing progressive ways of teaching and learning.
Luckily, we live in a changing world and context. Students become more diverse. Technologies are constantly burgeoning. New and more digital ways of teaching are presenting themselves. And the workforce is asking for new skills. Movements and tendencies that offer us the possibility to reflect upon how we can and will develop new learning spaces for our students.
To maintain and strengthen AAU's role as frontrunners within PBL, this seminar facilitated by Tony Bates will focus on how teachers at the Faculty of Social Sciences can integrate the new digital era in the variety of PBL anchored learning spaces at AAU.
The programme targets faculty staff at the Faculty of Social Sciences especially but all interested faculty staff at AAU may participate.
The Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University
Fibigerstræde 10, room 08 (aud.), 9220 Aalborg East
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