Location, context, time, and duration
The 3rd instructor training event took place at Tallinn University during the High5 Conference, which aimed at introducing Integrated Design, an approach that combines design thinking with problem-based learning, as an educational method in Estonia. The 1st part of the day consisted of theoretical presentations on Integrated Design. The 2nd half of the day involved hands-on workshops. One of the workshops conducted, named “Digital tools in ID” by Triinu Jesmin, was the workshop in which the ICT-INOV digital learning platform and materials were introduced.
Participants were Estonian educators. A total of 14 individuals attended the event.
Description of activities
The event started with a short introduction of the design thinking methodology. Subsequently, the ICT-INOV project and portal were presented and the functionality of the ICT-INOV platform from the student point of view was showcased. Finally, the educators in the audience engaged in a hands-on workshop in which they created accounts on the ICT-INOV digital learning platform and experienced the services it offers.
The feedback was very positive. Educators were highly engaged, asked a lot of practical questions, and perceived the tool to be very well suited for their needs.