survey results

Newsletter – October 2019

CoCOS PILOTS’ RESULTS COMING IN As the CoCOS project advances and the educators experiment with co-creation, the first results are starting to come in. In this newsletter we share results from the learners’ surveys.  At the end of each pilot, the learners were invited to evaluate their experience. we have now collected a sample of n=174 with relative parity between male and female students. All questions use a Lickert scale of 1 (min) to 6 Read more…

Newsletter – June 2019

CoCOS TRAINING IN CO-CREATION A week-long CoCOS co-creation training event was held in Ghent, Belgium, in February 2019. Teachers and educators associated with all partner organisations gathered for a specialised training designed by Artevelde University College and based on the Design Sprint method.  Training moderators from each organisation were appointed months ahead of the training and took part in an in-depth advanced training using the flipped classroom method. The advanced training had a heavy cooperation element, and rich discussions contributed to the final Read more…

Newsletter – September 2018

Co-creation Co-creation has become a hot topic in higher education, especially because of its potential to solve a number of challenges in the current higher education setting. In a society characterised by globalisation, digitalisation, and constant change, educational institutions –higher education institutions (HEI) as well as adult education institutions –must think beyond today and provide students with the skills to shape tomorrow’s society. 21st century skills such as digital literacy, sustainability, entrepreneurship, global citizenship and Read more…

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Internship presentation

On the 13th of June, Florian Dejonckheere and Jasper D’haene presented the Open Webslides platform they developed during their internship. The presentation was recorded and livestreamed to the project partners. Representatives from UGent, Arteveldehogeschool and HoGent were present, including education innovators, technical support staff, teachers and students. The presentation included a brief introduction to the Open Webslides project and concepts, followed by a short demo of the platform the students built during their internship. The Read more…