Future Friday: Technology in the classroom
- 26 January 2018
2511 DP The Hague
Teaching with technology offers many possibilities. Are you curious about online teaching methods and innovations? Then definitely join us 26 January, and discover and learn about virtual reality, augmented reality, and several more applications that will help you to design lessons for effective and engaging learning!
There are only limited places available for this event, so sign up quickly! If the workshop is full, you will be placed on a reserve list.
13.00: Welcome, tea and coffee (Wijnhaven, room 2.60)
by Thomas Hurkxkens, New Media Director Digital Learning Lab
13.15: Interactive technology in the classroom-workshop (Wijnhaven, computer room 3.58)
by Moniek Akerboom, teacher and tutor Institute Security and Global Affairs, with an introduction by Kate Kirk, Tutor Coordinator/Assistant Professor
Moniek Akerboom will explain and demonstrate different types of interactive technologies, such as Factile, Kahoot and Presenter’s Wall, which you can use in the classroom. We will discuss their strengths and weaknesses and how to design your own lessons around them.
You will also learn about apps and programs, which students can use to study more effectively.
During the workshop you will have the chance to try several applications yourself.
15.15: Short Break
15.30: The potential of 360’ Virtual Reality for the classroom - a preview (WH, room 2.60)
Thomas Hurkxkens will explain the potential of using virtual reality and augmented reality technology in the classroom. He will reflect on the design of the classroom of the future.
16.00 The experience room -
Experience two ways of teaching with technology
1. Experience teaching for a camera in the flexible studio set up at Wijnhaven
2. Immersive yourself in a 360 Virtual Reality experience.