Training Program “Transforming social security education: from regular to blended courses”, 8-12 February 2016, Leuven
The Training Program “Transforming social security education: from regular to blended courses” was held in Leuven from February 8th to 12th, 2016.
It started the first day with an international poster session on blended learning and continued the rest of the week with diverse workshops and intensive teamwork.
Part I consisted on a poster session. The aim was to give participants the opportunity to learn from practical examples of blended learning in diverse fields (within and apart from Social Security). Twelve national and international speakers shared their experiences and inspire others to do the same.
Part II consisted on workshops and teamwork aiming at transforming social security education, from the regular to the blended approach. In the mornings, trainees were assigned to workshops in one of three tracks: the pedagogical format (track 1), screencast – video production (track 2), and the content of social security education (track 3). In the afternoons, trainees were assigned to a team (of three persons) with the mission of developing a blended course.
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Overview of the event