Dr Katya Toneva contributed to the recent MirandaNet Symposium (on 9th July): “Creative Practice in Classroom” and delivered a presentation that promoted key HANDSON Themes:
- Enabling collaborative strategies;
- The integration of ICT tools in teaching and learning;
- Matching ICT tools to pedagogical practices and creativity.
In addition, she designed and facilitated a “Thinking Hats” session during the afternoon MirandaMod “Digital Pedagogy and Creativity”. This interactive group exercise helped MirandaNet HANDSON Team to explore one of the key HANDSON Themes: “Matching ICT tools to pedagogical practices and creativity”, and to collect comments from a wide audience (teachers, university lecturers and other educators).
The image collage illustrates some highlights from Katya’s sessions.
Katya’s presentation is available here.