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Intro EMBED multiplier event Brussels

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Intro EMBED multiplier event Brussels by George Ubachs (EADTU) at the EMBED event 'Implementing the European Maturity Model for Blended Education' 22 January 2020

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Intro EMBED multiplier event Brussels

  1. 1. [INTRODUCTION TO EMBED The European Maturity Model for Blended Education WELCOME AT MULTIPLIER EVENT Brussels 22 January 2020
  2. 2. [EMBED as a strategic partnership ▪ About introducing innovation in higher education by the implementation of blended learning (b-learning) ▪ We will create a reference model for developing and implementing blended learning, embracing all levels of an institution: the design of the blended course, organisational aspects such as staff support and training, and institutional leadership, developing policies and strategies making the institution continuously innovative. ▪ The partnership consists of frontrunner universities in b-learning European wide
  3. 3. [ Erasmus+ KA2 : 2017-1-NL01-KA203-035288 3CC-BY 4.0
  4. 4. [▪ Offering guidance by developing a conceptual framework and a European maturity model on blended education ▪ Framework for pedagogical and institutional change based on progress markers related to stakeholder-focused outcomes ▪ Multi-level maturity model of blended education, including micro-level teaching and learning processes, meso-level institutional innovation and enabling strategies, and macro- level governmental policy and support structures EMBED in short 4CC-BY 4.0
  5. 5. [▪ Governmental and European strategies and frameworks for innovation ▪ Institutional strategy and cultural changes / mindset ▪ Pedagogical models and design for blended courses ▪ New expertise needed and staff support ▪ Student support ▪ Including blended education in the quality framework of the university ▪ Funding of innovation ▪ Increased workload 5
  6. 6. [Internal stakeholders at institutional level: ▪ Learners, teaching staff, teaching and learning departments, technology departments and university leadership. External stakeholders (influencing practices and policies in universities): ▪ Governments, European university networks and the EU. 6
  7. 7. [ 7CC-BY 4.0 Agenda (14.00 - 17.30h) • Framing Blended learning, teaching, and education, Stephan Poelmans (KU Leuven) • The Maturity Model for Blended Education, Wiebe Dijkstra (TU Delft) Break • Exchanging experiences with the EMBED Maturity Model, Wiebe Dijkstra (TU Delft) • Is Your Education Well Blended? A MOOC on the Maturity Model for Blended Education, Yi-Shan Tsai (University of Edinburgh) ▪ • Q&A plenary session

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