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Innovation In Education

May 29, 2020 03:00 PM in Helsinki

An innovative and multidisciplinary higher education institution TUAS is one the leading universities of applied sciences in Finland, and home to over 9,600 Finnish and international students.
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Minna Scheinin
Lic. Phil., MAODE @Turku University of Applied Sciences
Minna Scheinin work as the Head Future Learning Design at Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS), Finland. Her unit is responsible for developing education in a comprehensive way. The focus of development work is innovation pedagogy and e-learning. Her unit is also responsible for internationalization strategy work and enabling year-round studies. Her background is language and communications teaching and formerly worked as the Head of the Language Centre at TUAS. Currently, her special interests are digital learning environments, good practices in e-learning and multimodality in learning design. She is also interested in the new teacher roles. In curriculum work she is currently interested in innovation pedagogy and how we prepare the students for the skills they will need in future work. How do we recognise the skills and how do we change our teaching methods in order to support the learning of the future skills?
Marcelo Tas
@TV Cultura
Marcelo Tas is a Brazilian TV host, actor, producer, writer, and journalist. His work focuses on developing new forms of storytelling that mix educational content with humor in different media such as television, distance learning platforms and museums like “Museu do Amanhã” (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and “Museu da Língua Portuguesa” (São Paulo, Brazil). Currently, he is the anchor of “#Provocações” and columnist at “Jornal da Cultura”, both on TV Cultura, a public TV channel in Brazil. He is also member of Teachers Council at IBMEC, a business school in Brazil, moreover Tas is the creator and presenter of the YouTube channel #DESCOMPLICADO and lecturer about the virtues, opportunities, and side effects of the digital age.
Adam Jagiełło-Rusiłowski
PhD @University of Gdansk
Adam is an educator and social innovator. He studied English at University of Gdansk, Community Leadership at Picker Centre for Executive Education at Columbia University (USA) Social Business at INSEAD (FRANCE) and Innovation Pedagogy at TUAS (Finland). He trained theatre artists as changemakers working for excluded communities in Gaza, West Bank (Palestinian Autonomy) and Roma ghettos in the Balkans in using drama and creativity techniques. He led 3 EU funded projects on drama in inclusive education as the Manager in Poland: DICE – Drama Improves Lisbon Competences in Education and ARTPAD – Achieving Resilience through Play and Drama and JIMAC – Join in &Make a Change. He served as the Dean of International Affairs at Faculty of Social Sciences and Head of International Office, University of Gdansk.