EURASTiP Capacity Building Foresight Workshop:

Promoting Innovative Teaching through Collaboration in the International Aquaculture Sector

Location: Kusuma Agro Hotel, Anyelir Hall, Malang, Indonesia

Date: Thursday 9 November 2017

The first EURASTiP Capacity Building Foresight Workshop brought together aquaculture parties from both Europe and south-east Asia to discuss trends, opportunities and areas for strategic cooperation in the area of innovative teaching in the aquaculture sector. Innovative teaching is a necessity for all teachers to meet the educational needs of the new generations. Within the aquaculture sector, how can we benefit of the opportunities in this exciting area by collaborating between Europe and Asia and learning from each other?

VIDEO FOOTAGE

  • EURASTiP Indonesia Highlight Video (0:53 minutes): https://bit.ly/2MkexHb
  • Session 1 EURASTiP Indonesia (1:32:34 minutes): https://bit.ly/2KQlTxl
    • Welcome & introduction
    • Round table introductions
    • “EURASTiP presentation” – David Bassett, EATiP (Belgium)
    • “Include me and I will learn” Innovative Teaching philosophies – Dr Sandra Catherine Zainathan, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (Malaysia)
  • Session 2 EURASTiP Indonesia (1:25:12 minutes): https://bit.ly/2vJfMWV
    • Short Public Online Tutorials (SPOT), a practical class on designing short public online tutorials – Dr Sara Barrento, Swansea University (UK)

Each of the following working group videos (different groups) discuss the same 3 topics: 1). How can aquaculture educators in Asia and Europe collaborate in innovative teaching; 2). Real-life challenges experienced by educators in trying to implement innovative teaching and how to address them; 3). Best practice examples of innovative teaching and materials. 

 

For any further questions, please contact Marieke Reuver