His practical example is about activating students by having them prepare questions for experts from outside the VU (i.e. the students' future colleagues). Together they discuss what the best questions are to present. This way, reading literature and doing assignments becomes more relevant for them and the interaction is high-level.
VU teacher Pim Klaasen on active blended learning
Last updated on 20 March 2023
Students prepare questions for external experts - active blended learning according to Pim Klaasen, assistant professor at the Athena Institute.
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