Learning for the future (10. September 2021)

Seminar on experiences from three semesters of lock down

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Three semesters of teaching have been influenced by restrictions of different kinds that have shifted teaching and learning partly or fully online. In this seminar researchers, teachers, staff and students present their findings from the three semesters of lock down to make us all reflect on how these findings can inform future practice at CBS. We address the following questions:

– What can we learn from experiences during the different phases of lockdown?

– What practices should be left behind and what should be continued when we return to campus?

– What do we need to keep exploring and develop further?

– The seminar is held in collaboration between the covid-19 evaluation team and T&L. The format is hybrid.

 

Program:

 

Point on agenda Who
09.00 – 09.05
Welcome
Gregor Halff, Dean of education and Annemette Kjærgaard, Associate dean for tech-supported learning
09.05 – 09.50 Findings from the formal CBS covid lock down evaluations (three semesters)

–     Instructors’ experiences from online teaching during the Corona pandemic

–     Student evaluations of the lock down phases

Sine Zambach, Mette Franck, researchers from the covid-19 evaluation project and Mette Dybkjær Hansen fra CBS’ business intelligence unit Mette & Mette to find a heading

 

09.50 – 10.10 Student wellbeing during lock down A student bachelor project Sine Zambach
10.10 – 10.35 Holistic student development: Resilience Sarah Langkjær Diemar og Mads Nyeng, CBSstudents
10.35 – 10.45 Pause
10.45 – 11.05 Hybrid work: Balancing working and teaching from anywhere Peter Holdt Christensen, Associate professor, MPP
11.05 – 11.30 Teaching & Learning: “Experiences and the way forward” Nanna Andersen, Learning consultant, Teaching & Learning
11.30 – 11.55 Small group discussion All participants Output: Question for the panel
11.55 – 12.20 Panel debate: What does the future look like? Faculty and students
12.20 – 12.30 Conclusion Gregor Halff, Dean of education
12.30 – 13.00 Lunch