DUE TO A GENERAL SENSE OF PANDEMIC ZOOM FATIGUE, WORLD LEARNING SUMMIT EXPLORES A NEW PACE IN 2021: THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOR SEPTEMBER 8TH AND 9TH HAS BEEN SCALED DOWN. THE CONVERSATION WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE FALL IN THE FORM OF A CONTINUED SERIES OF TALKS, WORKSHOPS AND MASTERCLASSES.
SUMMNING UP A DECADE OF CONFERENCES – REFLECTING ON THE COVID PANDEMIC IN THAT LIGHT
Summit hosts: Oddgeir Tveiten/University of Agder & Donna Kidwell/Arizona State University, in conversation with Sunniva Whittaker/rector @ University of Agder
Professor, and world-known expert on education´s digital transformation. ICDE board member and chair of ICDE´s Advocacy Committee for Open Education Resources (OER)
GLOBAL HIGHER EUCATION AFTER COVID 19: PATHWAYS TO INNOVATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF OPEN EDUCATION RESOURCES
OPEN EDUCATION – POST-COVID CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES – PROSPECTS FOR LEARNING INNOVATIONS?
Panelists: Phil Long, Abit Hoxha, June Breivik, Mauricio Ciifuentes
Panel host: Donna Kidwell
INNOVATING EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY IN AN AGE OF INTENSIFIED GLOBALIZATION.
Panelists: Morten Rosenvinge, Phil Komarny
Panel host: June Breivik, Janet Walkow
The panel responds to questions in an open Q&A format.
Professor and dean of the Faculty of Education, Victoria University, Wellington , New Zealand
STUDENTS´ WELL-BEING IN A POST-COVID WORLD: REFLECTIONS ON NORDIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT
WILL THE FREEDOM OF LEARNING MEAN STUDENTS CHOOSE TO BE DIGITAL BYSTANDERS?
• Professor Mohamad Abdalla
• Dr. Muhammad Zuhdi
• Dr. Yuli Rahmawati
Panel host: Stephen Dobson
EXPLORING AND PROMOTING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION – COLLABORATING ACROSS DISCIPLINES:
Panelists: Irina Severin, Jón Freyr, Zdenka Konecna, Oddgeir Tveiten
Panel hosts: Josef Rebenda, Yuriy Rovgochenko
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AND PANEL HOSTS
Hosts: Donna Kidwell & Oddgeir Tveiten
Indonesia has committed to expanding its ‘freedom of learning policies’ in an attempt to move away from teacher centred teaching. The goal is to more actively draw school-aged students into engaging with their own learning and its (self-)assessment. In this paper we explore the successes and challenges of this policy to date, including how Covid has both hindered and supported its roll-out in a time of anxieties about significant learning loss. We make the argument that a new form of pedagogy is required and begun to evolve, namely the pedagogy of connectivism. Additionally, in drawing upon such insights it is necessary to build skills and experience in the design and use of digital learning environments. While Indonesia is the case in point, we open to a workshop on this with participants and their experiences form around the world.
WORKSHOP HOST: Stephen Dobson. email@example.com
Professor Mohamad Abdalla, Director of the centre of Islamic Thought and Educaiton, University of South Australia Mohamad.Abdalla@unisa.edu.au
Dr. Muhammad Zuhdi UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia
Dr. Yuli Rahmawati, UNJ: Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
Education´s digital future depends not the least on our ability to keep a dialog open between and across scholarly disciplines. As universities go, this is not a discipline that we excel at. What elements in exploring digital transformations in higher education point themselves out for planned collaboration? In this workshop we will explore three such dimensions: Within mathematics, within HR/leadership and within the social sciences/humanities. How might we develop an agenda for insight co-creation?
The workshop is based on the BOOST EDU Erasmus+ project.
WORKSHOP HOSTs: Josef Rebenda
Assistant Professor in mathematics, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Professor Yuriy Rovgochencko, UiA
Assistant professor Jon Freyr, Bifrost U college, Iceland
Irina Severin, Associate Professor, University Politechnica, Bucharest, Romania
Zdenka Konecna, Associate Professor, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Oddgeir Tveiten, professor of media studies at University of Agder
Professor of journalism studies, NLA University college, Norway