From Curriculum to Learning Playlists 16.04 14:00

6,00

What happens when we empower our students to create their own learning playlists? We are training and coaching in an era of democratized content and self-directed lifelong learning, but also seeing information-overload and quickly outdated set curriculum which need to be constantly revised and updated. This session serves as an introduction to one solution to the above.

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Description

After the session participants will:

  1. be familiar with a student-centred approach to training focused on co-creation of learning “playlists”
  2. be introduced to some recommended tools to build, share and track engagement with these playlists in advance of the coaching/training sessions
  3. be able to adapt playlists and flipped learning in general to their individual coaching offer
  4. be able to explain the benefits of playlists vs. set programmes or modules to their clients

Target audience:

  • For managers, willing to support their teams better
  • For HR Managers, searching for new development opportunities for their staff
  • For trainers, teachers and educators, willing to develop their toolbox
  • For NGO workers, willing to have a greater impact

Trainer: David Armstrong

David is a founder of Lingua Habit, a language school trying to revolutionise the way we learn languages within our contexts.

Length: 1,5h

Track: Training & Facilitation