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ICT in Education

Julie Schell: https://blog.peerinstruction.net/
Julie Schell: https://blog.peerinstruction.net/

Target group University teachers who want to experiment with ICT applications in teaching.
Date

Spring 2019: May 15th, 2019 (13.30-16.30)

Level * (No (educational) experience required)
Study load 6 hours
Price 150 EUR
Number of participants 6-8 participants
Certificate You will be awarded a certificate at the end of the course.

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course, you will be able to:
- Use small IT applications in your teaching
- Promote interaction through IT applications
- Evaluate the added value of IT applications in teaching situations.

About the course

ICT is being used in teaching more and more intensively. Have you heard your colleagues talk about Mentimeter yet, or about Todaysmeet? Do you want to use social media in your teaching activities? Have you always wanted to experiment with making short videos that you could use in your lectures? Or would you simply like to learn more about the options available to spice up your teaching with IT applications?

This interactive course will give you the opportunity to experiment with all kinds of IT applications. In addition, the pedagogical added value of IT applications in teaching will be discussed. Prior to the course you will be asked to complete a questionnaire about your experience in using IT in teaching. This will enable the trainer to respond to the participants' expectations and prior knowledge.


Students working with Mentimeter, ©Peter van der Sijde
Students working with Mentimeter, ©Peter van der Sijde

Examples of ICT applications

  • Mentimeter
  • Kahoot
  • Google Classroom
  • PowToon

Testimonials

“Large scale of opportunities of ICT, from usage pre/during/after class, increases interaction with students.”

“Great variety of tools, most I had not seen yet."

“Examples are given about technology in action."

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