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Venue Location
Venue Location

Hughes Hall

Hughes Hall
Cambridge
CB1 2EW
Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Organizer
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Contact Person: Barry Fuchs
Agenda
Agenda
  • 5:00 PM - 5:10 PM

    Introductions

    Introductions

    5:10 PM - 5:40 PM

    Profiles of higher education teachers during online teaching – an investigation based on digital learning activities

    Profiles of higher education teachers during online teaching – an investigation based on digital learning activities

    In this talk I will, first, investigate to what extent three profiles of higher education teachers, based on their initiated digital learning activities during face-to-face teaching (Lohr et al., 2021), can be replicated in the context of online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital learning activities are differentiated into four types based on the ICAP-framework (Chi & Wylie, 2014). Second, I will explore to what extent higher education teachers in the different profiles differ regard...
    In this talk I will, first, investigate to what extent three profiles of higher education teachers, based on their initiated digital learning activities during face-to-face teaching (Lohr et al., 2021), can be replicated in the context of online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital learning activities are differentiated into four types based on the ICAP-framework (Chi & Wylie, 2014). Second, I will explore to what extent higher education teachers in the different profiles differ regarding their technological knowledge, technological-pedagogical knowledge and technology-related attitudes.
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    5:40 PM - 6:00 PM

    Evaluation of the Health Education East of England Blended Learning Platform: Learning from the pandemic's impact on medical training

    Evaluation of the Health Education East of England Blended Learning Platform: Learning from the pandemic's impact on medical training

    The presentation shares findings from a mixed-methods evaluation of the Blended Learning Platform, widely mobilised for remote training of doctors in the East of England during the Covid-19 pandemic. Drawing on survey and focus group evidence from both trainers and trainees across the Eastern region, it discusses the inherent and contingent advantages and disadvantages of digitally-supported remote study, and asks to what extent, in what ways and under what conditions digitally supported teachin...
    The presentation shares findings from a mixed-methods evaluation of the Blended Learning Platform, widely mobilised for remote training of doctors in the East of England during the Covid-19 pandemic. Drawing on survey and focus group evidence from both trainers and trainees across the Eastern region, it discusses the inherent and contingent advantages and disadvantages of digitally-supported remote study, and asks to what extent, in what ways and under what conditions digitally supported teaching and learning might benefit the training of future doctors beyond the pandemic.
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    6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    Questions and discussion

    Questions and discussion

Event Details
Event Details

Research presentation featuring Anne Lohr of Munich Center of the Learning Sciences, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), along with Riikka Hofmann and Tamer Said of Hughes Hall and the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.

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