jueves, 14 de abril de 2016

Blended Learning Asia 2016 shares best practice examples from leading universities

Hoy traemos a este espacio al evento Blended Learning Asia 2016 . que se nos presenta así:

Improving Student Experiences and Achievements through Digital Technology, Evolutions in Course Design and Innovative Teaching Methods

Blended Learning Asia 2016 shares best practice examples from leading universities who are collaborating to create institutions of excellence in blended learning


Utilising digital and online resources, and incorporating these effectively into course design, has become key in increasing student engagement, and subsequently achievement.

As an educational leader, you need to keep up-to-date on latest innovative teaching technology to develop a student-centred blended learning community for improved academic outcomes.

Join thought leaders representing top global institutions at the Blending Learning Asia (15-16 June 2016, Singapore) and gain insights on how they are integrating pedagogy and new technologies to create next generation student-centred blended learning environments.

At the event, examine the latest international research and evidence-based pedagogy on blended learning and how it’s raising student performance through more accessible and functional learning spaces, including the creation of learning hubs, multi-campus redesigns, flipped classrooms, virtual laboratories, BOOCs and MOOCs.

Use the opportunity to learn how to move beyond content delivery to greater student interactivity in the classroom by adapting learning technologies to contemporary blended learning pedagogy, which includes incorporating learning analytics, e-learning, mobile learning and gamification.

Speakers

  Anne Dwyer
Anne Dwyer 
Associate Director - Transition, Learning and Teaching, Monash College
Monash University
  Cher Ping Lim
Cher Ping Lim 
Professor of Curriculum and Innovations, Editor-in-Chief
Hong Kong Institute of Education, The internet and Higher Education
  Cecelia Chan
Cecelia Chan 
Head of Professional Development & Associate Professor, Centre for Enhancem
University of Hong Kong
  Juergen Rudolph
Juergen Rudolph 
Senior Lecturer
Kaplan Higher Education
  Christopher Harris
Christopher Harris 
Head, Diploma School and Senior Director, Industrial Relations
Kaplan Higher Education
  Noi Keng Koh
Noi Keng Koh 
Senior Lecturer in Humanities & Social Studies Education
National Institute of Education
Lim See Yew 
Senior Director ICT and School Of Electronics
Institute of Technical Education
  Lim Tick Meng
Lim Tick Meng 
Director
Open University of Malaysia
  Malini Eliatamby
Malini Eliatamby 
Deputy Vice Chancellor
INTI International University
  Mun Kew Leong
Mun Kew Leong 
Deputy Director, Institute of Systems and Science
National University of Singapore
  Peter Looker
Peter Looker 
Head of Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy Division
Nanyang Technological University
Margaret Dawson 
Associate Director, Program Development and Quality, Malaysia Programme
Monash University
  Bob Fox
Bob Fox 
Deputy Director of Learning and Teaching
The University of New South Wales
  John Arul Phillips
John Arul Phillips 
Dean, School of Education and Cognitive Sciences
Asia e-university
Eric Tsui 
Associate Director - Knowledge Management & Innovation Research Centre
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Graham Hunt
Graham Hunt 
Head of Asia
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Unversity
  Howard Thomas
Howard Thomas 
Director, Academic Strategy and Management Education Unit
Singapore Management University
  Lai Chuen Paul Lam
Lai Chuen Paul Lam 
Associate Professor, Centre for Learning Enhancement and Research
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  Thomas Menkhoff
Thomas Menkhoff 
Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Singapore Management University
  Lim Chee Leong
Lim Chee Leong 
Associate Director
Taylor's University Sdn Bhd

2016 Speakers


  Barbara Macfarlan
Barbara Macfarlan 
Educational Designer, Office of the Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching), Faculty of Science
Monash University
  Claire O'Malley
Claire O'Malley 
Dean of Science, Faculty of Science, School of Psychology
The University of Nottingham

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