Webinar: Supporting students for meaningful online learning

Online teaching has increased enormously lately because of COVID-19 and its effect on education. Being able to study and work online is becoming more and more a way of working in all fields. In health care as well as in social work it is commonly used eg. in mental health and for distance rehabilitation. Being able to use tools which enables communication from a distance is essential for future experts. 

Lately there has been a lot of information about students being tired and bored of studying online. Some might say this is because of lack of communication, some because of teachers not having enough skills to facilitate meaningful learning online or because of other reasons. This webinar will be a practical session to learn and share practices on how to engage students for meaningful online learning.

Keywords: online learning, student engagement, learning community, visualization

Filip Dejonckheere, Educational psychologist, Expertise Network Health & Care, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences (Belgium)
Ulla-Maija Seppänen, Senior Lecturer & Learning Designer, MSc Health, (OT (reg.) & Psychotherapist) Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
Janne Karjalainen, Senior Lecturer, Project Based Learning (M.Sc Tech) Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Date and time
Thursday March 18, 2021 at 16.30-17.30 CET

Register here

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