Inspirational lecture/workshop: Introduction to developing Engineering Education with CDIO

Date: 
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 -
12:15 to 16:30
Lecturer / Speaker: 
Kristina Edström

Inspirational lecture and workshop

During the Lunch lecture Kristina Edström will provide an introduction to developing Engineering Education with CDIO, providing an overview of the Idea, Methodology and Community.

The Workshop will focus on how student learning can be improved within a given level of time for teaching and assessment looking by focusing on doing things that lead to high quality learning. Concrete examples will be used to illustrate the principle, challenge old ways of thinking and question some taken-for-granted practices in education.

Lunch will be provided for all participants.

More information about the lecture and workshop below. You need to register for both separately on the web or by sending an e-mail to asoerensen@amt.rwth-aachen.de

More about the workshop and registration for ws: http://www.rwth-aachen.de/go/id/mkbr/file/11-249/ (only available in German)

More about the Lunch lecture and registration for lecture: http://www.rwth-aachen.de/go/id/ohzl/file/11-209/ (only available in German)
 
Date: February 6th, 2018

Time: 12:15 – 14:15 Lecture, 14:30-16:30 Workshop

Cost: Attendance of the Lecture and the Workshop are free of charge

Location: Inspirational Lecture is at RWTH Aachen University, SuperC, 6th Floor, Ford Saal, Templergraben 57, 52062 Aachen, Germany, for the workshop we will move to a different room with the group
 

Contact: 
Aarti-Mona Sörensen, M.A.
Wissenschaftliche Angestellte / Research Assistant
 
RWTH Aachen University
Institute for
Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT)
Fon: +49 241 80 94522
Fax: +49 241 80 92311
E-Mail: asoerensen@amt.rwth-aachen.de
Homepage: http://www.amt.rwth-aachen.de/
 

Address: 
RWTH Aachen University
Germany
Contact name: 
Aarti-Mona Sörensen, M.A.
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