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22 Oct
2018

Uuemad suunad õppimises: kuidas õppimisest mõelda ja kuidas toetada õppijat?

Estonia
Tallinn
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Loengus arutletakse koos kuulajatega pidevalt uuenevate teadmiste üle õppimisprotsessi kohta, mis tuginevad erinevatele teadusvaldkondadele (nt psühholoogia ja neuroteadused) ning räägitakse sellest, kuidas nendest teadmistest lähtuvalt aidata endal ja teistel olla efektiivsem õppija.

Loengu "Uuemad suunad õppimises: kuidas õppimisest mõelda ja kuidas toetada õppijat?" lektor on Tallinna Ülkooli haridusinnovatsioonikeskuse teadur Grete Arro.

Toimumise aeg ja koht: 22.10.2018, kell 10.00 - 11.30, Eesti Personalijuhtimise Ühing PARE seminariruum, Paldiski mnt 29, B korpus, IV korrus, Tallinn.

 

Loeng on tasuta, kuid vajalik on eelnev registreerimine.

Event Details
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As planned
Event type
Professional development event
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Organiser type
Other event
Contact details
Lisainfo: lilianr@tlu.ee, tel 6199516
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
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