Introduction to Education and Disruptive Pedagogy

Students will be able to develop the comprehension of diverse forms of knowledge creation, from classic pedagogies to disruptive ones. They will create a cartography of active learning methods and tools and be able to practice two original methods to disrupt class (brainwalking and market places).

Responsibilities


Distinctions

Biography

 

ECTS Credit : 1

Learning objectives

This course aims to develop the comprehension of diverse forms of knowledge creation, from classic pedagogies to disruptive ones. Through a series of activities and research, participants will use effectual and design thinking methods to create their own vision of disruption based on a complex problem they actually want to solve. 

Course content

The course is organised in 4 main topics:

( 10 hours)

  1. Discovering disruption
  2. Questioning Education
  3. Capitalising on best practices
  4. Reflecting

Assessment and evaluation

Assessment of the course will take into consideration the two main activities of the course. 


A 100 point scale will be used for the whole course. 


  • 0 to 40 points. Activity #1. Top ten team outcome

  • 0 to 30 points. Activity #3. Problem solving canvas 

0 to 30 points. Activity #3. Disruptive solution (0-10 : real need; 0-10 : original solution 0-10 : inspiring pitch)

 

Teacher

Mélanie Ciussi, SKEMA Business School (France)

George Kalmpourtzis, Infinitivity Design Labs (France)