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Pedagogical innovation is an increasingly important criteria for the attractiveness and differentiation of a higher education institution. It has a crucial role to play in making learning effective and enjoyable.
Many internationally renowned Business Schools are now investing time and resources in developing an innovative teaching strategy with high added value. The Grenoble School of Management is one of those Schools, which responds to the needs of teachers and students by proposing new teaching practices.
During this webinar you will discover how it uses Wooclap to offer high added value to its faculty and students, and how Wooclap meets the challenges of interactivity and educational innovation in Business Schools.
Fabien Maurin, Head of Sales, Wooclap
Since 2019, Fabien Maurin has worked with higher education institutions in the development of new pedagogical practices.
Passionate about pedagogical innovation, he joined the Wooclap adventure to make learning paths more efficient and engaging. His role is to ensure Wooclap’s positioning regarding the effectiveness of teaching practices and the pedagogical innovation that their platforms bring to local education actors.
Elnaz Karimi, Learning Designer, Grenoble Ecole de Management / Grenoble School of Management
Elnaz Karimi is a Learning Designer in the Learning Design department at Grenoble School of Management. With previous experience in language teaching, she obtained a master’s degree in multimedia pedagogical engineering from the University of Grenoble (UGA). She designs and develops training programs, courses, and materials; and develops digital content and materials to assist professors in the development of their pedagogical practices, particularly in the use of digital tools.
Wooclap is an interactive platform that maximises the possibility for smartphones and computers to become exceptional learning tools that make learning awesome and effective. It was developed in collaboration with neuroscientists, course technologists, and teachers to maximise information retention and enhance learning during lectures, whether in a classroom or remotely.
There is no app to download, nothing to install: students use a link to connect to the platform on their smartphone, tablet, or computer, and answer questions online or by SMS text. Wooclap is compatible with all teaching models (traditional, synchronous, asynchronous, distance, hybrid, HyFlex…) and integrates with many tools that teachers use on a daily basis (PowerPoint, Google Slides, Genially, Canvas, Microsoft Teams). This means they can use Wooclap’s many question-types and features within their existing Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).