Living Education Lab
Structure of the minor
This LDE Minor combines the domains of design thinking and technology-enhanced learning and teaching with interdisciplinary group work. You are guided through your individual learning path towards skilled educational innovators and researchers who know their way in the worlds of Education, Technology and Design and are able to apply this knowledge in educational practice. In a multidisciplinary group you will face real-life challenges you have to solve considering all important aspects of three domains involved.
The minor consists of two courses:
Watch this video presentation LDE-CEL minor: Living Education Lab for a short introduction of the minor.
Students from all disciplines who are interested in education, technology and design thinking are welcome to participate. At the start of the minor the facilitators will compile the groups as diverse as possible so students are complementary in competencies and skills and learn from their peers. There is room for 90 students.
What will you learn?
After completing part A of this minor you will:
be able to compare and contrast learning paradigms and their implementation in education
know about different educational technologies and their affordances
know how these technologies are used for enhanced learning
know and understand the phases of Design Thinking and the associated activities and outcomes
After completing part B of this minor you have solved a given challenge, including:
specifying different instructional design and pedagogies
developing a conceptual design for an EdTech solution
applying the Design Thinking process
Total EC: 30
Duration: 1 semester
Maximum number of students: 90
Register: see separate tab below
Organisation and contact
This minor is organised by: ICLON Leiden, ErasmusX, LDE Centre for Education & Learning.
For general questions regarding the minor you can contact Inge Bork.
Information about how to register can be found on the separate tab below.
This minor did not start in september 2022.