I@Home webinars

To further embrace the Faculty culture of internationalisation 'at home', the Faculty organises monthly I@Home webinars, aimed to inspire, connect and support teachers in exploring the possibilities of internationalisation within their own teaching practice. These webinars take place online through Zoom and require registration beforehand. After each webinar, a recording will be placed online so you can revisit the session anytime you wish.

Past webinars (2020 - 2021)

 

 

Practical information

When?     Thursday the 26th of November from 10u00 - 11u30

Where?    Online Zoom meeting

How can we use digital platforms and tools to foster active learning and online collaboration? How can we mix synchronous and asynchronous learning spaces to ensure that everyone has a voice? This session will outline some principles and give examples of how to start designing more active online education.

Alastair Creelman, our guest speaker from Linnaeus University (Sweden) is a specialist in the field of online and distance education based in the section for higher education development. He mainly monitors developments in the field and is active in several national and international projects in areas such as distance/online learning, quality questions, open educational resources (OER), MOOCs, social media in education and virtual mobility (global classroom).

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Practical information

When?     Thursday the 17th of December from 10u00 - 11u30

Where?    Online Zoom meeting (link provided after registering)

During this second webinar we will invite various guest speakers to come and share their 'good practice' of Internationalisation@Home. Each guest speaker will provide us with information on their activity, format and used tools. This session is meant to spark inspiration and give inspiration on how Internationalisation@Home could be implemented in your own teaching practice. There will be plenty of room for dialogue and discussion during the session.

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Practical information

When?     Thursday the 11th of February from 18u00 - 20u00

Where?    Online Zoom meeting

The limiting consequences of the COVID-19 virus is having a major impact on not only our day to day lives, but also on the global landscape of offering assistance. to others in the field of psychology, social work, disability studies and education. In this webinar, we are inviting various international guest speakers active in the psychological and pedagogical work field for an interactive panel talk on helping others in COVID-times.

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    • Prof. Alexis Dewaele (Ghent University, Belgium) - Corona & mental health: A state of the art and cases from Belgium
    • Dr. Muhamad Nanang Suprayogi (Binus University, Indonesia) - Challenges and opportunities of online learning at an Indonesian university
    • Gabriela Geara (Marital & Familiy psychologist, Brasil) - Supporting clients as a family psychologist during a pandemic
    • Jairo Dan Hernandez (Student psychologist, Chile) - Being a student psychologist: The case of La Araucania, Chile
    • Dr. Femke Bannink Mbazzi (Researcher at LSHTM, Uganda) - The impact of covid-19 measures on children with disabilities and their families in Uganda
    • Dr. David Kalema (Director of Hope & Beyond, Uganda) - Challenges of Covid-19 on service provision for people with alcohol and substance disorders  in Uganda

     

    Practical information

    When?     Thursday the 25th of March from 10u00 - 12u00

    Where?    Online Zoom meeting

    With COVID-19 putting severe limitations on our mobility opportunities in higher education, the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences are organising monthly online webinars focused on Internationalisation@Home. I@Home is a concept for all initiatives aiming to provide opportunities for all staff and students to develop international/intercultural competences 'at home', through joint online collaboration, virtual exchange and so on.

    Our March edition will provide some interesting 'good practices' in the field of virtual exchange, hoping to inspire our staff in engaging in VE within their own teaching practice. Several international guest speakers from foreign institutions will come and share their 'good practice'.

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      Presentation material
      • Frederik De Decker (Ghent University, Belgium) - Online mobility at Ghent University, virtual or real internationalisation?
      • Monica Buelo Fraile (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands) - The making of 'Advertising Culture' - COIL with Brockport University, NY.
      • Pieter Pauwels (Ghent University, Belgium) - International case presentation in the veterinary medicine program.
      • Malgorzata Kurek (Jan Dlugosz University, Poland) - Promoting student centeredness through Virtual Exchange.

      Future webinars (2020 - 2021)

       

      Practical information

      When?    Tuesday the 27th of April from 10u00 - 12u00

      Where?    Online Zoom meeting

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