Associate Professor, Education & Learning Sciences, Wageningen University & Research
Innovations of Harm Biemans
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Characteristics of Educational Innovations at Wageningen University
This executive summary reports on a research study mapping the characteristics of educational innovation projects at WUR (Wageningen University and Research). It provides a general description of the research study, reports on key findings emerging from the study, and presents recommendations that can guide future innovation of WUR education. The study was funded via the Wageningen educational in…
Developing oral presentation competence in higher education
Previous research in the field of Skills education/oral presentation competence in higher education showed a fragmented picture of effective learning environment characteristics that foster oral presentation competence. In order to design both effective as well as efficient learning environments for developing this competence in the context of higher education, a more systematic and comprehensive…
Evaluation of Educational Technology Innovations at WUR
WUR has created a new procedure for innovating education via Educational Technology (EdTech). Evaluation plays a key role in this procedure to provide an overall and detailed view of effectiveness and usefulness of the experimented IT tool.
Evaluation of “Bring Your Own Device” Project in WUR
Wageningen University and Research (WUR) is looking into creating more flexibility in education, to enable students to be able to use supporting software and technology on their own devices instead of being constrained to the EduPCs in the PC rooms. As such, the “Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)” project was introduced. In this project, students would have the opportunity to use their own laptops (in…
Online Education During Covid-19 Pandemic / Towards Post-Covid-19 Education
The Redesign Lab is a method to facilitate educational innovations that involve multiple stakeholders. This project evaluates the effectiveness of the method.
Skills learning trajectories
This project evaluates the design and implementation of skills learning trajectoriesof 7 bachelor programmes at Wageningen University. Perspectives of different stakeholders are taken into account. Including recommendations for implementating skills learning trajectories
SURF project: Improving students’ argumentative essay writing
In this project, we aim to explore the effects of an online peer feedback support tool on various aspects of learning and writing where students with authentic essay writing tasks engage in thoughtful criticism of the work and/or performance of their peers using given criteria.