In this episode we talk to João Luiz Pereira da Costa Ferreira and Letícia Telles da Cruz, who are part of a Brazilian group that is doing research about multiliteracy in schools. In this first part of the interview, they will focus on critical racial literacy and memes and how they can help to foster multiliteracy.
In this episode we talk to David Kofoed Wind, doctor and co-founder of Eduflow. Eduflow is a tool that allows you to create learning experiences in different ways. Eduflow provides solutions to integrate content using different LMS’s but the main feature we will be looking at in the podcast is Peer Reviewing.
We will discuss how peer reviewing can change the approach to online learning.
In this episode, we talk to professor Essi Vuopala, head of the international master’s degree in Learning, education and technology, from the University of Oulu about innovative ways to implement maker culture, design-driven education and collaborative learning involving technology in classroom settings.
In this episode, we talk with João Luiz Pereira da Costa Ferreira about his experiences including social media in the classroom. He uses platforms like YouTube or Instagram to foster critical thinking, intercultural exchanges and self-directed learning in Brazilian schools during the pandemic.
In this episode, we learn about projects in Brazil that aim to teach financial education through games and coding.
In this episode, we talk to Nicolas Combita, a Colombian musician who fell in love with pedagogy and discovered in technology and gamification an effective way to teach music. Through mobile devices, smart boards and music edition software he aims to improve current music-teaching methodologies, facilitate practice at home and enhance collaborative skills among his students.
In this episode we talk to Sandra Heidemann, project lead of Berufsschule digital about the solutions that project offered to vocational schools to meet digitalization needs and changes.
In this episode we talk to Janina Beigel about deeper learning. Deeper learning refers to a pedagogy in which learners engage deeply with knowledge and generate knowledge themselves by processing it through both instructionally guided processes of acquisition and self-regulated processes of co-construction and co-creation.
This is the third part of a small series called EduTech around the world. Every new generation of EduTech master’s students brings together a variety of nationalities from all around the world. Different countries means different educational systems, so we want to highlight and bring closer to you the diversity of teaching across the globe. In this episode, Dianna will give an insight into the education system of the USA and Ebube into the education system of Nigeria.
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Cvetanka Walter on how we can foster learner engagement through cooperation and collaboration, what is the difference between cooperation & collaboration and their unique potential in educational settings.