17 Oct
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Professor Robocop - How will we teach in 2040?

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Wednesday, 17 October 2018

16:00 to 20:00

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Under 35 years old : €75 excl. VAT
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How can technology support changing education for a changing economy? How will education itself change in the coming years? How will these changes be affected by new technologies? Come find out some of the answers at this Visionary Seminar!


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Program

16:00:

Welcome with refreshments

16:30:

Welcome by Leuven MindGate

16:40:

Trends and Challenges in Smart Education
Digital becomes the new educational normal. Adaptive serious games, chatbots, virtual classrooms or intelligent feedback systems pave the way for smarter education.

Prof. dr. Piet Desmet, Vice-Rector Educational technology KU Leuven, Vice-Rector KU Leuven Campus KULAK Kortrijk & Academic Director KU Leuven Campus Bruges

17:00:

The Digital Learning Cycle
Case study: MathsGarden (rekentuin.nl), a practical example of succesfully implementing new digital techniques used by 1500 schools in the Netherlands.

 

Prof. dr. Han van der Maas, Professor and Head of Psychological Methods, University of Amsterdam

17:20:

From Smart Testing to Smart Learning
The future direction for personalized and adaptive e-learning above and beyond adaptive testing technology: the realization of inclusive education

Dr. Jung Yeon (Ellie) Park, senior researcher in statistics at ITEC-imec-KU Leuven

17:40

DataCamp: democratizing data science education through interactive e-learning
How interactive e-learning is creating a new generation of data scientists


Dieter De Mesmaeker, co-founder & CTO at DataCamp

18:00:  Sandwich break

18:40:

Smart Collaboration Learning Spaces: can they change the landscape of our future education and open up the black box of learning?
How can technology be a boon rather than a bane and decrease the complexity of learning and teaching?

 

Dr. Annelies Raes, Postdoctoral researcher at the ITEC-imec research group

19:00:

The quest for reduced cognitive load with ubiquitous classroom technology
How manufacturers can use customer and teacher feedback to make classroom technology effective instead of a burden

 

Karel Buijsse, Sr. Product Manager Learning Experience at Barco NV

19:20:

Q&A

19:50:

Networking and reception


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