eMadrid special session at SIMO EDUCATION 2018 on «Innovation in the classroom»


|Madrid, oct. 30th 2018| For the third consecutive year, the eMadrid network will attend SIMO EDUCATION 2018, a technological leading event for teachers and other professionals in this sector, scheduled for 13-15 November at IFEMA (Feria de Madrid). In this new edition, the eMadrid session will focus on «Innovation in the classroom», through research developed in new methodologies such as gamification, flipped classroom, MOOCs and SPOCs and coding at pre-university levels. If you are interested in these topics, please join us the 14th, from 12 pm to 1.30 pm, in the Orange Room of pavilion 14.1. eMadrid's presentations will be made by:  

  • Ahmed Alzaghoul, from UPM: «Experimenting with gamification in the classroom».
  • Carlos Alario Hoyos, from UC3M: «Reusing MOOCs in a flipped clasroom for learning how to code at UC3M».
  • Diana Pérez, de la URJC: «Introducing the teaching of coding at pre-university levels».

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eMadrid researchers will share in SIMO EDUCATION their experiences on the efficient use of new technologies in the classroom. The three presentations already mentioned will follow this approach: the first will deal with the use of gamifications as a tool to support student learning and their attitude when solving tasks; the second will reflect on the usefulness of SPOCs (Small Private Online Courses) to improve the interaction between students and teacher in the classroom, with an example of flipped classroom in a first year coding course in several engineering itineraries at UC3M, over 400 students; and the third will discuss how to introduce coding at pre-university levels (Kindergarten and Primary School).

SIMO EDUCATION 2018 will offer improvements to attendees such as free connection to the «best wifi network in Spain», the result of an ambitious project to renovate the entire wireless infrastructure of IFEMA.  


14_11_2018 Sesión especial de eMadrid en SIMO EDUCACIÓN 2018


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