Digital Didactics

Digital learning has been around for a long time and more and more organizations and people are taking the first steps in this. The benefits are endless, …

  1. the content is always available,
  2. is brought uniformly,
  3. can be easily adjusted and can even be tailored to the target group.

That way there is a clear advantage for everyone. Of course it does not happen by itself. An additional effort to develop a digital offer or to have students start with it is necessary.

You can therefore ensure that as a teacher you build more interactivity into the digital offer, which stimulates your students and remains motivated to continue working. With the increase in the number of students per program, digital learning can also help build a greater dialogue between the different students and between you, as a teacher. By creating a higher participation rate, your students also get extra impulses and they can get more out of the offer.

There are many types of education that can be used in which technology can be used, but blended learning is still the best known. A mix of online and face-to-face education in which technology is used well thought out. However, with the developments due to the Corona virus, we now see that the possibilities of online learning are becoming increasingly important.

Here you will find an overview of learning activities that you can use to get started with active learning and Blended Learning. The methods are carefully selected by Edulab. It is intended to offer teachers an impression of the possibilities that are available. For each learning activity we pay attention to the content, didactic added value and preparation.

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Peer feedback

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(Short) activating assignments

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Flipping the classroom

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Collaborative learning

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Online discussions

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Formative assignments

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Jig-Saw method

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Knowledge clips

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Peer Instruction

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Team-Based Learning

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Case-Based Learning