How teacher education institutions cope with challenges of teaching and learning in the digital age

  1. Joke Voogt, University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  2. Maurice Schols, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  3. Jeroen Bottema, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  4. Hans van Bergen, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  5. Nanda van der Stap, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  6. Anna Tomson, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  7. Michael Nieweg, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  8. Jan-Willem Doornenbal, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  9. Bas Bakker, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  10. Anneke Smits, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  11. Ann Thompson, Iowa State University, United States

Tuesday, March 18 3:00 PM-4:00 PM

No presider for this session.

The assumption underlying the symposium is that teacher education institutions have a dual challenge. At the one hand they need to prepare pre-service students for teaching and facilitating learning in the digital age, including the use of technology in teaching and learning. At the other hand teacher education institutions themselves need to change in order to cope with the challenges of the knowledge society. How Dutch teacher education institutions cope with these challenges is presented and discussed in the symposium.

ID
41752
Type
Symposium
Topics
International Education Distance/Flexible Education
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