Digital Literacy for all students and staff. Adapting Self-Directed Learning to achieve deep-level learning in a future-focused learning environment

  1. Lore Demedts, Artevelde University College Ghent (Belgium), Belgium
  2. Dries Vanacker, Artevelde University College, Belgium

How students learn becomes more and more important. By creating a self-directed curriculum students learn what it means to act and react as a global citizen. It is a learning process that can only be achieved by (digital) dialogue and self-determination. To create the self-directed model, the expert group started from the tradition of student-centred learning. The question; How can we better integrate generic competences into the study programme? Was in addition to the question 'What' will we integrate into the curriculum. What does it mean for a bachelor student to have enough digital literacy skills? How can we formulate learning outcomes to achieve them in different curricula?

ID
50697
Type
Virtual Paper
Topics
Constructivist Perspectives Cooperative/Collaborative Learning Design Principles
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