“Teaching and learning reimagined” – 11 June 11:10-12:50 CET

Art and Design Teacher Education and Pedagogy (AADTE) presents

Teaching and learning reimagined

Fri 11.6. at 11.10-12.50 CET

Within the Cumulus network there are a lot of expertise and knowledge in art and design pedagogy. How we can share and enrich this expertise and potential of Cumulus network?

In this AADTE CWG meeting we will focus on distance and blended learning experiences, good practices and tools for development in the context of art and design education. There are two presentations and discussion on the agenda:




Andrea Manciaracina (Politecnico di Milano, Italy): Interactive communication tools for active learning. Guidelines for the adoption of technological communication tools for hybrid learning process.


Job Rutgers (OCAD University, Canada): Involving students in the design of on-line environments.



Chair: Martti Raevaara (Aalto University, Finland), martti.raevaara@aalto.fi

Please note: The session is part of Cumulus Conference in Rome, June 8-11, 2021.

If you haven’t registered yet, please visit https://cumulusroma2020.org/

This session will only be accessible live for registered participants of the conference.

Please note that the session will take place at 11.10 CEST (Central European Summer Time) – UTC is two hours ahead!

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Andreas Kohli

Andreas Kohli is an art teacher and designer and works as a lecturer and project manager at the Zurich University of the Arts. He teaches mainly in the Bachelor of Arts Education at the Department of Cultural Analysis. His teaching activities focus on the characteristics of perception of reality and its medial representation, on social issues and their effects on visual and pedagogical work, on transculturality and on methods of artistic practice. One of the main interests relates to the current processes of change in urban development and urban life. Additional topics are the development of teaching materials and e-learning content. He has led numerous cultural projects in Europe and South Africa and initiated projects in collaboration with Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Baptist University and Aalto University, Helsinki.

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