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Virtual Expo

On this page you will find several videos which will be uploaded during the week as a Virtual Exposition.

Monday 19 April

Theme: Blended Learning: digital education in a sustainable manner

Video 1: Performing a complete consultation; a way of practising assembled skills online

In this video you can see the online setting we developed wherein medical students can practice their consultation skills while preparing for an internship.

By: Bettine ter Haar

Video 2: Order in the Virtual Kindergarten Classroom

In this video you can see how we used Virtual Reality to teach Kindergarten Classroom management skills to students from the Academic Programme for Primary School Teachers (Academische Opleiding Leraar Basisonderwijs)

By: dr. J.M. (Jolien) Mouw

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Tuesday 20 April

Theme: Interdisciplinary education for employability, lifelong learning & citizenship

Video 1: The complex puzzle of dementia in intellectual disabilities (Only visible for UG employees here) (NL)

Mensen met downsyndroom hebben een extreem hoog risico op dementie. Ruim driekwart van hen ontwikkelt de ziekte. Aangezien de levensverwachting van mensen met downsyndroom is gestegen van gemiddeld 12 jaar in 1949 tot boven de 60 jaar vandaag de dag, is dementie een van de belangrijkste uitdagingen geworden in de gehandicaptenzorg. Wat betekent dit voor mensen met downsyndroom, familieleden, begeleiders en organisaties?

Binnen de Honours College cursus ‘Down & Alzheimer’ maken studenten een Nederlandse minidocumentaire voor een breed publiek (zorgmedewerkers, familieleden van mensen met een verstandelijke beperking). Hiervoor duiken ze de dagelijkse praktijk in, interviewen ze deskundigen en krijgen ze les van een documentairemaakster. Het eindresultaat wordt in deze sessie getoond.

By: Honours college students, Teacher: dr. A.D. (Alain) Dekker

Video 2: Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources (OER) are becoming more prominent in higher education. They facilitate a quicker transition to online teaching, help educators reuse and create innovative learner-centered materials, improve access to education, and save resources. This video introduces the topic of OER, explores their practical application in courses, and encourages teachers to use them with the support available at the UG Library. Explore the accompanying slides with additional information on OER in the slide notes.

By: M. (Myroslava) Zhuk

Wednesday 21 April

Theme: Inclusion and diversity: impact on your classroom

Video 1: Teach me better

As a part of the educational research (Comenius project) at the UCG, students investigated how to make STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses more gender inclusive. In a short video students will tell teachers what to change/improve in their courses to create a more inclusive classroom. We believe that small changes can make a big difference!

By: Various students of CoE Leader dr. O. (Oksana) Kavatsyuk

Video 2: FEB:Diversity & Inclusion

This animation was made to foster awareness about the role of diversity in group work. The animation shows a wide variety of diversity elements that can be part of individuals'social identity. The animation is utilised in courses where groups are established based on differences. The animation's aim is to promote inclusive behaviour while collaborating.

By: E.R. (Ella) Sebamalai

Video 3: Studying with Disability

This webinar explores the field of educational design for inclusion and diversity, aimed at studying with a disability. Using the framework of Universal Design for Learning, the webinar provides insight and practical tools to redesign your education for all.

By: S.I.D. (Sietske) Vissers

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Thursday 22 April

Theme: Assessments for learning: do's and don'ts in hybrid and digital exams

Video 1: ToetsJeVraag: An innovative approach to improving the quality of multiple choice questions

In this video, we will take you through the making of an activating and innovative e-learning solution for teachers of our Faculty of Medical Sciences. The e-learning is all about avoiding 25 common mistakes when constructing multiple choice questions. We will demonstrate the e-learning and outline the development process.

By: Evelijn Bos & Jorn Veltman

Video 2: Combining YouTube with Authentic Assessments in Economics

In 2020, by virtue of being stuck home, I finally got around to starting my educational YouTube channel. But, because effective learning is about more than fancy videos, I combined it with ‘authentic assessment’ during my teaching for the course International Financial Markets. In this session, I will tell you about my experience with this combination.

By: Dr. Joeri Schasfoort

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