workshops 2e ronde

Hieronder vind je een lijst met workshops die je in de tweede ronde kunt gaan volgen! Alle workshops zijn in principe in het Engels, tenzij dit anders is aangegeven. Wanneer alle deelnemers Nederlands spreken kan eventueel worden overgegaan op het Nederlands.

Workshop 8

Working with Futurelearn


Louwarnoud van der Duim

University of Groningen (RUG)

Spring 2014 the University of Groningen decided to work with Futurelearn as their provider of a MOOC platform. Now our first course is up and running with over 12.000 participants.

This workshop will give insight about the cooperation with Futurelearn, the process of building the first (and next) courses, and the experiences with running the first course. You will get a behind the scenes glimpse of the platform and the data about the course it provides institutions with. The session will be in English, but Louwarnoud will be happy take/address questions/commentary in Dutch.

Workshop 9

Game-based learning in business management: Theory into practice

RA 2502

Ahmad Al Hanbali and Ard Lazonder

Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences

During the previous semester, first-year students learned about supply chain management by playing a business simulation game. In this workshop you will be introduced to this game and how it was embedded in the TOM module. Following a short discussion, with ample opportunities to explore how the experiences gained can be generalized to your own teaching practice, we will give a short presentation on the educational underpinnings of game-based learning and discuss possible ways to support students during and after gameplay. The session will be in English, but Ahmad and Ard will be happy take/address questions/commentary in Dutch.

Workshop 10

Workshop 21th Century Education: Voting Tools

CR 3022

Marije Hahnen, Marloes Jansen, Silvie Pothof and Matthieu van der Heijden

Educational Services and Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences

Interaction with students during your lectures is of importance to stimulate the learning process of students. Application of the explained theory contributes to a deeper understanding of the subject matter. But how can you, as a teacher, stimulate this interaction and make students more involved during lessons? And what are practical tools to stimulate the interaction?

A voting tool is a rather simple method to engage students during lessons. Besides that, a voting tool is also a very useful tool to take tests during lessons in order to check the knowledge level of students.

During this workshop we will provide a short orientation on –the possibilities of- voting tools (in particular Shakespeak and Socrative) considering purposes and educational functions during education.

Experienced experts (-teachers-) will give you a user-demonstration of the voting tool and will share their experiences, including tips & tricks.

Please bring your own device (mobile phone, tablet or laptop) to this workshop.

Workshop 11

Deze workshop wordt alleen in het Nederlands aangeboden

Gebruik digitale leeromgeving

CR 1333

Frank Snels

Strategy & Policy

De Digitale Leer Omgeving (DLO) is het geheel van applicaties dat het onderwijs en leren ondersteunt. In onze DLO is op dit moment Blackboard de belangrijkste applicatie.

TOM, blended learning en vision 2020 stellen aanvullende eisen aan onze digitale leeromgeving. Wat moeten we anders doen om met vertrouwen de toekomst in te gaan?

De sessie bestaat uit twee delen. In het eerste deel wordt een presentatie verzorgd over DLO ontwikkelingen.

Het tweede deel bestaat uit een discussie met een aantal stellingen over de UT-DLO.

In de discussie willen we ervaringen en wensen van docenten m.b.t. de DLO met elkaar delen.

Workshop 12

Video for procedural knowledge development

Nanolab 2011

Jan van der Meij and Hans van der Meij


During this workshop you’ll get acquainted with procedural (how-to) video’s and will perform an intuitive video analyses, after which we will jointly conduct a systematic analysis based on our design guidelines for the design of instructional videos.

Workshop 13

Demonstration digital portfolio

CR 3054

Martine ten Voorde

Educational Services and Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences

Learning in your own pace and at your own time. In TEM not all students of the same programme work on the same topic at the same time. Where student x is doing a presentation in module 1, student y is doing a presentation in module 3. However, at the end of the bachelor the educational programme has to make sure that all students met the end qualifications. ICTS and the faculty MB are building a digital (skills) portfolio where students can submit products and teachers can follow their students. The portfolio system is now available for the whole university.

In this demonstration you get a clear overview of all the functionalities from the portfolio system of the University of Twente to decide for yourself how the system can help you, in your education.