Educational Designs Supporting Student Engagement through Problem-oriented Project Learning supplemented by processes within Practices of Networked Learning: The Roskilde Model as inspired by the pragmatist tradition

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Lerche Nielsen presented the key theoretical pedagogical thought behind the problem-based and projects-based learning (PPL) models of Roskilde University (RUC), and discussed how new technology might fit into this model. He asked: “What are the challenges students and teachers face, and how do we apply new Ed Tech in ways that strengthen the realization of the key ambitions of RUC’s teaching model?”
Original languageEnglish
Publication date25 May 2019
Publication statusPublished - 25 May 2019
EventConference Critical Edge Alliance 2019: Boundary Crossings in Culture, Power, and Experience: Re-imagining Higher Education - The New School , New York, United States
Duration: 6 Jun 20198 Jun 2019


ConferenceConference Critical Edge Alliance 2019
LocationThe New School
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityNew York
OtherThe purpose of the conference is to explore contemporary issues around boundary crossing, as they relate to universities and learning, broadly conceived.<br/><br/>​This conference is dedicated to the memory of our colleague Professor L.H.M. “Lily” Ling, a founding member of the Critical Edge Alliance, who tragically passed away last year. The conference is designed in the spirit of Ling’s Silk Road Research Initiative, a research collective that pursued the re-imagination of world politics.<br/><br/>As part of that work, students and faculty from The New School (New York, NY) organized in 2013 around a shared vision: to transform the foundation that underpins today’s international system by thinking creatively about world politics.
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