Exergaming a New Approach for Physical Education?

In institutionalized education, the main goal has been developing children’s cognitive capacity in the sense of learning knowledge in academic disciplines. This goal dictates a learning environment in which seated learning behavior is considered appropriate, effective and is rewarded. Physical education as part of education provides the only opportunity for all children to learn about physical movement and engage in physical activity. (meer…)

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Values for the Future

Today’s students are largely affected by the technology around them. This has changed the way they think, act and communicate. These new behaviours can be very challenging to teachers, who did not grow up with this kind of technology. (meer…)

Discover the WIEL

Work Integrated Experimental Learning (WIEL) provides the opportunity to develop new understandings and perspectives while engaging in challenging, creative and intellectually stimulating work based scenarios. Where a lot of competence-based learning environments have difficulties with engaging with the mindset and skills of labour, WIEL indentified the sorts of skills and abilities students should develop during the learning. These are: (meer…)

Be More Futureproof

Higher education is a very nice place to work because their is so much going on. Are we in a need for change? Yes! The sense of urgency to innovate isn’t felt by everyone. Yet anyone who thinks that a decade from now higher education will look much as it does today is sadly mistaken. (meer…)

Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Entrepreneurship is often associated with people who assume the risk of starting a business venture for financial gain. However, entrepreneurs exist in many forms: they may be writers, carpenters, computer programmers, school principals or fundraisers, to name just a few examples. It’s more about the mindset and the behavior than earning money. (meer…)

Educators, We Have to Disrupt Ourselves

Disruptive moments in teaching are created by the growing appreciation for the porous boundaries between classroom and life experience. Our understanding of learning has grown at a rate that has outpaced our conception of teaching. (meer…)

20% time 4 U

Have you ever met an adult who doesn’t really love what he or she does? They seems to go through the motions in their job and everyday life. Have you ever spoken with someone who constantly complain, showing no passion for anything in the world? I’m sure that, like me, you have met those people. (meer…)