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FNWI Teaching Seminar

Rachel de Haan
Rachel de Haan
Published at: 24-02-2020
Last modified at: 24-02-2020

Designing your own study programme: Personal curricula in open education

Education is not known for its innovativeness. In the majority of situations, it’s clinging to values despite the fact that these are becoming obsolete by social and technological changes. So, developing students in this ever-changing world is becoming a real challenge. How can we create a system were every learner get’s a personal curriculum with tailored didactics and so creating a situation where every learning gets to the place were he or she belongs?

How do we apply new technologies to further advance the possibilities in teaching, coaching, and studying? Under which conditions van students create their own programme, courses and assessment? Does there exist a future without exams? All of this and more will be discussed at the next edition of the FNWI Teaching Seminar with Eric Slaats.

Eric Slaats is associate lector at Fonty Hogeschool ICT, located in Eindhoven. He is inspiring, innovative, and constantly looking for ways to improve his education. Eric Slaats is course director at the Fontys Hogeschool ICT ‘Open opleiding’, and an expert in the field of personal curricula.

What: FNWI Teaching Seminar
Who: Science students with in interest in Education
When: Tuesday, March 10, 17:00-18:30 uur
Where: SP C0.05
See also: https://www.facebook.com/events/174979063786123/
More information: Loek Spitz, l.spitz@uva.nl