1st round of workshops

Below you will find a list of all the workshops you can visit in the first round of workshops. During the workshops the spoken language will be English except where otherwise specified. When all the participants are Dutch speaking one can switch to Dutch.

Workshop 1

Peer assessment tools

CR 3054

Joke Oosterhuis-Geers and Karen Slotman

Educational Services and Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science

Students learn the most from each other, with each other and by each other. That is the basic idea of peer assessment. The feedback given by peers might concern the content of group products but also the group processes.

WebPA is an online automated tool that facilitates peer moderated marking of group work (http://webpaproject.lboro.ac.uk/).

Last year we tried this tool in module 4 of Creative Technology. In this workshop you will experiment with the tool yourself, so bring your laptop with you.

Further on we will shortly explain Peerwise, the tool that supports students in the creation, sharing, evaluation and discussion of assessment questions, and the experiences with this tool at EWI (https://peerwise.cs.auckland.ac.nz/).

Workshop 2

This workshop will be in Dutch

Open en online onderwijs als kans voor het campus onderwijs

Waaier 1

Janina van Hees and Christien Bok


Open en online onderwijs staat steeds meer in de belangstelling. Onder andere de opkomst van massive open online courses (MOOC’s) heeft het onderwerp prominent op de agenda van het Nederlands hoger onderwijs gebracht. In de workshop krijgt u een kort overzicht van de stand van zaken. Vervolgens gaan wij gezamenlijk nader in op de vraag: welke kansen biedt open en online onderwijs voor het campus onderwijs?

Workshop 3

Workshop Video fors skills education

CR 3022

Arthur Veugelers and Bernard van Driel

Faculty of Science and Technology (Technical Medicine)

Last year Technical Medicine started using video in skills education. Several ways have been developed, from live-steams to completely scripted scenario’s.

During this workshop Arthur Veugelers, educationalist and developer of e-learning for Technical Medicine, will explain how video can be an addition to skills education. How do you work, as a teacher and developer of e-learning, towards good results?

Bernard van Driel, doctor and teacher for Technical Medicine, will tell about the different ways of how video can create more freedom for hands-on practice in lectures and seminars.

Workshop 4

This workshop will be in Dutch

ICT in het onderwijs: een schets van de toekomst

CR 1333

Erik van den Bosch en Hans Westerik

ICT Service Centre

Het Onderwijsteam van ICTS combineert kennis van de praktijk op de UT met ontwikkelingen in de buitenwereld. Het onderwijsveld kan bij ICTS een ingang vinden naar de IT-diensten op de campus.

In deze presentatie een schets van de toekomst van het ICT landschap in het onderwijs. We geven u een perspectief, verkregen tijdens de HO-Link 2014 conferentie. Hoe ziet de toekomst eruit van een DLWO, SIS en CMS? Wat komt kijken bij online onderwijs? Hoe ziet de komende generatie applicaties eruit? Wat is een passende I-strategie in de 21e eeuw? ICTS geeft een indruk van de nieuwste ontwikkelingen.

Workshop 5

River Basin Game

Nanolab 2011

Maarten Krol

Faculty of Engineering Technology

The river basin game is a serious game, serious games can be used as an innovative way of teaching. During this workshop we will play the game together so you can experience playing a serious game! The aim of the game is to convey one main message: wise water resources management is not simply a national matter, but to be understood in a global context. Global water use efficiency can be increased through wise trade in water-intensive commodities. The result of trade, however, is that national water footprints are externalized (contributing to increased water scarcity elsewhere) and that water is becoming a geopolitical factor (through international resource dependencies).

Workshop 6

Inverting your Wiskundelijn classroom: experiences w/ Multivariable Calculus


Antonios Zagaris

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science

This session reports on experience with teaching Math D2 collected in the span of three years. Antonios will argue that lecture structure must change – maybe dramatically – to accommodate TOM realities: cramming everything up in 4 weeks, working around heavily structured student rosters, and negotiating the trade-off between the teaching of methods & the development of intuition. Enter the inverted classroom, where part of the content is shifted online, weekly lectures involve 'workflows,' 'task lists' and 'golden sentences,' and reliance on technology becomes of paramount importance. The session will be in English, but Antonios will be happy take/address questions/commentary in Dutch.

Workshop 7

Online testing with Blackboard

RA 2502

Marie-José Verkroost

Educational Services and Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation

In this session I want to show you what Blackboard has to offer when it comes to online testing. In my practice as educational advisor I often hear that people do not know that you can actually do a test in Blackboard and they also often have many objections against online testing. In my presentation I will show that using Blackboard for testing can make your life easier as a teacher and that it can make your education more flexible and adapted to the individual student. There will also be the possibility to ask questions or discuss issues you are thinking about concerning online testing.