Online education: Hello, goodbye? | Gino Camp | TEDxOpenUniversiteitHeerlen

After having had negative experiences with emergency remote teaching during the COVID-19 crisis, it is completely understandable that most of us are not a fan of online education. Gino Camps however challenges us to look beyond the coronavirus trauma and to start thinking about how to effectively use and evolve the online education we set up during the COVID-19 crisis. Based on insights from memory research, Gino Camp examines how students and teachers can optimize the learning process in educational practice. Gino Camp is professor Effective Learning at the Open Universiteit. From the student’s point of view, he examines how particular learning strategies can be used to enhance self-study. From the teacher’s point of view, he examines how instructional strategies can help to improve learning results with students. He is committed to translating knowledge from lab research into practical applications and does this in face-to-face education, but also in online and blended learning environments.
Besides producing various scientific and practice-oriented publications on this topic, he regularly gives workshops and lectures about effective learning strategies. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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