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Report available open-source here
Includes our spin-off pilot SouthSouth European audio podcast teacher training
Report ‘Resilience and the (non)sense of teacher training in the South of Europe.’ PAR in the Conference on the Future of Europe
Lead and reporter:
Local coordinator, advisor and editor:
Invited experts and young/seasoned teachers
intersecting across generations
and Northern and Southern Europe
Editing / Design:
Guide available open-source here
February 25, Friday, 2022 - our event in the Future of Europe Conference.
The Japanese Future Design Model going into a synchronous pedagogical audio playground.
Editing / Design:
StudioBlended’s pedagogical pilot with an audio playground using the Japanese Future Design Model, in our event in the Conference on the Future of Europe. A collaboration with Europematters and DiARC/UNINA Naples, Italy.
The guide has pleny of resources to take it further into climate education or further experimentations with audio playgrounds.
University teachers, Generations, Voice, Policy making, Climate Education, South South, Audio, Podcasts, Playground, Pedagogical game, Role play
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Paper available open-source here
The paper featured in a qualitative Dutch newspaper, NRC Handelsblad, under ‘NRC Future Affairs’ on June 19, 2021.
February 25, Friday, 2022 - our event in the Future of Europe Conference, stay tuned for more information.
Envisioning blended higher education in post-lockdown Europe: Reflections on experience, needs and risks through a pedagogical lens.
Arturo Chica Villa
In 2020 all over Europe remote education became the new normal when due to the Covid-19 pandemic many had to study and work from home. The new situation with an immediate switch to online learning was unprecedented.
It was a year of change – never before were so many learners and staff exposed to online learning and teaching. As the lockdowns begin to lift, we wonder: What will learning and teaching look like in higher education in post-lockdown Europe?
One thing seems certain: the future of higher education is blended – a well-thought out integration of online and face- to-face learning and teaching.
It will not happen overnight, and it may be an iterative or even messy and highly unequal process. In this paper we explore the optimal blend between online and face to face learning and teaching.
Starting at the course level, we consider the essentials of online learning and face-to-face teaching, and contrast and balance them to understand trade-offs.
We then explore and distil the implications for policy and decision-making.
We approach blended learning through a pedagogical lens. What is the optimum blend?
Educational quality and access to education are two recurring themes in our discussion.
The world has been turned upside down over the past year – it is going to take a long time before things normalize. It makes little sense to provide recommendations at this point in time.
Instead we flag several long-term risks, and formulate pertinent questions, to guide thinking and decision-making on the ways we may learn and teach in post-lockdown Europe.
With the objective to inform decision-making as blended learning rolls out incrementally in the coming months and years.
Higher education, blended learning, teaching, pedagogics, quality education, access to education, hybrid, Europe, policy, economics, governance, wellbeing, inequality, digital divide, COVID-19, post lock-down, South of Europe
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