3IN Insights Into Cross-university Teaching Collaboration
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Welcome to the 3IN Insights into Cross-university Teaching Collaboration on the 14th of December at 15:00-17:00 CET via Zoom! Sven Warnke (FHWS), Christine Myrdal Lukash (VID) and Margarita Sakilayan-Latvala (Diak) will share their experience of the successful joint online course and invite colleagues to explore further possibilities in collaborative online international learning.
Time & Place
14 December 2021 at 15:00-17:00 CET / 16:00-18:00 EET
Online meeting via Zoom
Lecturers who are interested in research-based learning, use of online collaboration tools and international teaching collaboration.
In this 3IN Insights meeting, we will introduce the concept and share our experiences of the fruitful cross-university teaching collaboration which was developed and implemented by Diak, VID and FHWS in autumn 2021. The collaborative online learning took place in international cross-university teams by using Zoom and a digital Kanaban board (MeisterTask). The didactic-methodical basis was based on the concept of research-based learning, and the Planetary Health provided the content framework. In this way, it was possible to successfully bring together students from different universities, courses and different stages of their studies.
About the Facilitators
Dr. Sven Warnke is a professor at the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences. His research interests relate to questions of management in social and health care as well as the evaluation of health services. In teaching, he is particularly interested in activity-oriented and collaborative methods.
Christine Myrdal Lukash (PhD) works as an adviser in the Division of research administration at VID Specialized University. She is also a part-time lecturer in the course Introduction to Theory and Methods in Social Sciences at VID. Her research interests are Russian national identity and the role of the Russian Orthodox Church in contemporary Russian society.
Margarita Sakilayan-Latvala (MSSc., Psy.M.) is a senior lecturer at Diaconia University of Applied Sciences. Her research interests are international migration and integration of migrants, focusing on understanding these themes using feminist and anti-racist perspectives. In teaching, she is particularly interested in collaborative and critical pedagogy.