An important theme in today’s education and didactics is active learning. In active learning, students actively participate and engage in the learning process, contrary to the more traditional methods of passive instruction. Research shows that for proper learning to take place, it is necessary to process knowledge by giving it…
As teachers (yes, I am also a teacher!) we all have been there: we want to make new exciting teaching materials for our students but do not have any inspiration or just not enough time. In that case, you would normally just stick to the old material or adapt it…
By Marijn Post & Marian van Harmelen. In April 2018, me and my colleague Marian van Harmelen visited the OE Global 2018 conference in Delft. The conference was dedicated to exploring and discussing the benefits that Open Education could have for educational practice. A large part of the talks during…
Nowadays, teachers at the WUR use all sorts of digital material in their (Blackboard) courses. Most of the time, they make these materials themselves, however it gets more and more accepted to reuse the materials of others. While popular sites such as YouTube and Google jumpstarted the reuse and sharing…
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