The University of the Future. Artificial Intelligence in Education

Intellectual philanthropy: quality learning funded by École 42 and TUMO All itemsConversations about innovation

Intellectual philanthropy: quality learning funded by École 42 and TUMO

Chapter 5 of La Reina Roja gives us the scoop on two proposals for future education in which students take control of their learning and collaborate directly with technology firms. Student satisfaction rates and work[…]

We meet the international profile centres Buckingham University and Class Afloat. Time optimization and learning by doing All itemsConversations about innovation

We meet the international profile centres Buckingham University and Class Afloat. Time optimization and learning by doing

In the 4th chapter of La Reina Roja, we introduce two centres that are developing new ways of optimising their training by adapting to the needs of our time. This is the case of Buckingham[…]

Blockchain in education All itemsEducational trends

Blockchain in education

What is blockchain The blockchain is a large and global encrypted database which attends the need for decentralization and security of processes common to citizens and businesses, ending the monopoly or oligopoly of information by the[…]

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Raúl Santiago: “The Flipped Classroom, the best way to learn”

The third chapter of the Red Queen examines the Flipped Classroom pedagogical model with Raúl Santiago, maximum representative of this pedagogy in Spain.   The Flipped Classroom is a comprehensive approach that combines direct instruction[…]

The eLearn Center at DXtera Academy in Chicago All itemsDigital transformation and projects

The eLearn Center at DXtera Academy in Chicago

Francesc Santanach, from the eLearn Center, and Albert Ariza, from the Technology Area at UOC, together with Jeff Merriman, Dxtera’s CTO, presented the Next Generation Integration Scorecard (NGIS) project which is a methodology to help[…]