Pre-conference program

The pre-conference starts at 08:30 and ends about 17:00. Please note, that registration is required for participation. The detaild inofrmation will be sent to the registered participants.

08:30 – 08:45

Welcome

08:45 – 10:15

Mien Segers: How to facilitate and support learning that leads to impact that lasts? The High Impacts learning that Lasts Model

10:15 – 10:45

Coffee & posters

10:45 – 11:45

1st session

11:45 – 12:45

Lunch

12:45 – 14:45

2nd session

14:45 – 15:15

Coffee & posters

15:15 – 16:15

3rd session

16:15 – 17:00 Filip Dochy: Reflections on the development of teaching and learning in Higher education
  Seminar closure

Mien Segers

How to facilitate and support learning that leads to impact that lasts? The High Impacts learning that Lasts Model

Abstract: If futurologist are correct and 60% of the jobs in the near future do not exist yet, then higher education faces an interesting challenge: how to prepare for an unknown future? Starting from the participants’ memorable learning experiences, I will introduce the High Impact Learning that Lasts model and its scientific foundations. This is the step towards a  team-based knowledge sharing assignment on participants’ positive experiences with the HILL model and challenges faced.

Biography: Mien Segers is full professor at the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. Her research focuses on the question how to support and facilitate impactful learning. In this respect, together with Filip Dochy, she has developed the High Impact Learning that Lasts model. In her studies, she pays specific attention to Assessment as Learning and the role of feedback seeking and giving. In her latest projects, she explores new methodological approaches to trace online learning processes in the workplace and the use of behavioral data as input for a feedback dialogue. Her research is published in many reputed journals and books. In addition, her findings have been a source of inspiration for the innovation of many educational and training programs.  

Filip Dochy

Biography: Dr. Filip Dochy worked the last 30 years as professor of research on Learning and Development in Organisations at 5 different faculties in 4 universities in Belgium and the Netherlands. Currently, he acts as a member of the Academia Europaea, the European Academy of Science.

He is also a “TOP 1% scientist” at the Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN)

He is Past President of EARLI (the European Association for Research on Learning & Instruction (www.earli.org). He is founder of EAPRIL (www.EAPRIL.org), the European association for practice oriented research and innovation in organisations and he is founding editor of the Educational Research Review and Frontline Learning Research.

He wrote over 350 articles and books, of which recently: Building blocks of High Impact Learning (in Flemish; Amsterdam: Boom) and Creating impact through future learning: The High Impact Learning that Lasts Model. (London: Routledge Publishers).

All info on HILL (books, videos, downloads, …): www.highimpactlearningthatlasts.com