Teacher Day 2023

Open education for the benefit of students

Tuesday June 20, 2023 -  from 12:45 till 16:00 (CEST)

What is Grasples Teacher Day about?

The Teacher Day is generally about connecting and inspiring each other, learn from each others experiences sharing use cases and discovering new possibilities of integrating open education and digital tools in teaching.

This year Grasple will host its 4th annual Teacher Day on June 20 and after two years of online events, it will take place live at the education innovation hub in Amsterdam Marineterrein.

For this year's event the hypothesis of the day will be: Open education enhances student learning experience in a positive way, in result (adaptive learning), motivation (programmatic assessment) and process (such as switching between educational programs).

  12:00 Walk in + Lunch
  12:45 Teacher Day Kick-Off
  13:00 Presentation 1 by Robert Schuwer
(topic: open pedagogy)
  13:30 Presentation 2 by Marleen de Moor
(topic: ShareStats and its benefits for students)
  14:00 Small break
  14:30 Workshop on adaptive learning and open education
  15:20 Panel discussion on adaptive learning and open education
  16:00 Wrap up + Drinks


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Hope to see you on June 20!


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Robert Schuwer

Robert Schuwer is an independent consultant and researcher on OER. From 2014-2022 he was professor Open Educational Resources (OER) at Fontys University of Applied Sciences in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. In September 2016 he was appointed Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair on OER at Fontys. Since 2006 the majority of his work is about OER and Open Education. Among other activities, he was project leader in the Wikiwijs program, aiming at enhancing awareness on OER and creating a national infrastructure for OER, initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Education. From 2019-2022, he was the leader of the track “Towards digital (open) resources” in the Dutch Acceleration Plan for Innovating Higher Education using Information Technology. His current research is on adoption of OER and other forms of open online education by the early and late majority of teachers.

Marleen de Moor

Marleen de Moor

Marleen de Moor is senior lecturer Methods & Techniques at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. She was project head of the ShareStats project, a collaboration between four universities with the goal to openly share statistics exercises through different learning platforms, such as Grasple.

Marleen de Moor has a passion for teaching and learning innovation and has years of experience in teaching statistics- and methodology within social and behavioral sciences. She also participates in different learning innovation projects, does substantive research in the area of pedagogy (parenting, child development and the influence of nature versus nurture), where she applies advanced techniques for complex longitudinal datasets.