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9:30

Registration

10:00

Kick off

Learning and motivation principles of the human mind

Prof. Harold Bekkering

Donders Institute

Learning takes place when you experience a so-called prediction-error. Hey, this is not what I should have perceived. This theoretical notion stresses the fact that learning is a truly personal experience and provides guidelines how to foster learning in and outside the classroom.

 

 

10:15

Keynotes

Different perspectives, new possibilities.

Niels Floor

Shapers

Learning experience design is often about bringing change to the way we learn. However, we may need to change our own perspective in order to discover new possibilities for creating better ways of learning.

 

 

The learning teenage brain

Anna van Duijvenvoorde

Leiden University

Studying learning experiences in the teenage brain is challenging in itself that raises a lot of questions: What motivates adolescents? How do we capture rewarding and social aspects of learning? And can brain science offer us educational insights?

11:15

Coffee break

11:30

Breakout sessions

Let's Talk

(G)aim for the heart

Nils Roemen

If you aim for the heart, learning experiences will enchant you. People did it to me, now I do it to others. I'd love for more people to use immersive experience in order to really move people.

 

 

Neuroscience in practice

Ria van Dinteren

Neuroscience is relatively new for designers. In this session you will experience what putting neuroscientific knowledge into practice means. To translate science to day to day learning.

 

 

Getting Your Learners From 0 to 1

Saya Iwasaki

How do we as designers, responsibly deliver experiences that empower learning rather than disempower? How do we ensure that learners are able to get from point A to point B, and then take themselves to point C? The answer: Empowerment Design.

 

 

Digest this! Food as a unique tool in learning experiences

Evelin Grauen

Did you know that tasting food engages more parts of your brain than any other human behavior? We’ll explore recent food research and examples of successful learning experiences, so that food can become a tool you use intelligently in your designs. Be ready to open your mouth!

 

 

Educational storytelling with 360 video

Monique Snijder

We use 360 video to create immersive learning experiences and like to share our best (and worst) practices with you.

 

 

The speaker's body image and schema in educational videos

Jeanine Reuteman

Today, videos are a part of most online learning experiences. But speaking in front of a camera is frequently found challenging by educators. Therefore, understanding the difficulties to further support our educators is a necessity.

 

 

Let's Design

Designing learning for inclusion and accessibility

Jenny R. Hill

This collaborative workshop gets designers acquainted with techniques to create more inclusive, accessible learning experience designs.

 

 

Experience the potential in experiential learning

Simon Kavanagh

This workshop demonstrates how to explore team base collaboration, learning by doing and importance of reflection. Experience first hand how we explore and lead learning at the kaospilot.

 

 

Storytelling with existing media - the process reversed

Joasia van Kooten

What if you can use your favorite (educational) TV show to create learning experiences? The participants are challenged to design an engaging and personal learning experience by redesigning existing media into new engaging formats.

 

 

Brain & Game-inspired Foundations of Learning Experience Design

Frank Leoné, PhD

The evolution and workings of our brain and the ongoing development of games, both converge to similar foundations important for the design of effective learning experiences.

 

 

Training from the back of the room

Anna Langheiter

Design training experiences, where trainers will step aside and give participants the space to learn together and from each other. Having the end in mind, you start to create training sessions, where the learner is fully and actively involved and the trainer is working as a learning enabler.

 

Nurturing empathy in affective education with social neuroscience

Shirlyn Goh

Empathy is an important skill for design students. But how do you adequately nurture empathy in education? The answer lies in a combination of LX design and social neuroscience methods.

 

 

Let's Experience

Brain Game at work

Susan Salzbrenner & Giovanni Ottavio Lo Brutto

The brain is a complex system but imagine that you could unfold its ways of working to create better learning experiences.

 

 

Project Runway - The Hospital Edition

Liew Jia Lin & Sree Gaithiri Kunnasegaran

How do you take a boring subject and turn it into a fun and memorable experience? Find out right here!

 

 

The escape room

Michiel van Eunen

Experience the excitement and impact of an Escape Room, blown to classroom proportions, and learn what you can use from it to create an 'Escape Room' for your purpose.

 

 

What does it mean to improvise?

Maria Carbunaru

We'll use improvisational theatre as a tool to unlock the creative potential of the people you work with. Through its spontaneous character, improv enhances the brain plasticity, the body expressive power, the sense of humour and a new capacity for solving old problems.

 

 

15:30

Keynote

Cultivate curiosity

Simon Kavanagh

Kaospilot

The cultivation of curiosity has been the cornerstone of survival for the kaospilots for over 26 years. Today it is still one of the most transformative educations for for young future leaders and change agents that the world needs so much.

 

 

16:00

Final

No Brain, No Gain Show

Host: Sjoerd Louwaars

Ask your questions aboutneuro science and learning experinece design to our panel of experts: Anna van Duijvenvoorde (Leiden University) Willem Jan Renger (HKU) and Frank Leoné (Donders Institute).

 

 

16:45

Wrap up

17:00

After party

Do you have a question?

Contact Shapers at +31 (0)30 230 07 52 or henna@shapers.nl

LXDCON  is organized by Shapers, Donders Institute, Leiden University, HKU and Kaospilot - Copyright 2017/2018 Shapers

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

9:30 - Registration

 

10:00 - Kick off

 

Learning and motivation principles of the human mind

Prof. Harold Bekkering

Donders Institute

Learning takes place when you experience a so-called prediction-error. Hey, this is not what I should have perceived. This theoretical notion stresses the fact that learning is a truly personal experience and provides guidelines how to foster learning in and outside the classroom.

 

10:15 - Keynotes

 

Different perspectives, new possibilities

Niels Floor

Shapers

Learning experience design is often about bringing change to the way we learn. However, we may need to change our own perspective in order to discover new possibilities for creating better ways of learning.

 

The learning teenage brain

Anna van Duijvenvoorde, PhD

Leiden University

Studying learning experiences in the teenage brain is challenging in itself that raises a lot of questions: What motivates adolescents? How do we capture rewarding and social aspects of learning? And can brain science offer us educational insights?

 

11:15 - Coffee break

 

11:30 - Breakout sessions

 

Let's Talk

 

(G)aim for the heart

Nils Roemen

If you aim for the heart, learning experiences will enchant you. People did it to me, now I do it to others. I'd love for more people to use immersive experience in order to really move people.

 

Neuroscience in practice

Ria van Dinteren

Neuroscience is relatively new for designers. In this session you will experience what putting neuroscientific knowledge into practice means. To translate science to day to day learning.

 

Getting Your Learners From 0 to 1

Saya Iwasaki

How do we as designers, responsibly deliver experiences that empower learning rather than disempower? How do we ensure that learners are able to get from point A to point B, and then take themselves to point C? The answer: Empowerment Design.

 

Digest this! Food as a unique tool in learning experiences

Evelin Grauen

Did you know that tasting food engages more parts of your brain than any other human behavior? We’ll explore recent food research and examples of successful learning experiences, so that food can become a tool you use intelligently in your designs. Be ready to open your mouth!

 

The speaker's body image and schema in educational videos

Jeanine Reuteman

Today, videos are a part of most online learning experiences. But speaking in front of a camera is frequently found challenging by educators. Therefore, understanding the difficulties to further support our educators is a necessity.

 

Educational storytelling with 360 video

Monique Snijder

We use 360 video to create immersive learning experiences and like to share our best (and worst) practices with you.

 

Let's Design

 

Designing learning for inclusion and accessibility

Jenny R. Hill

This collaborative workshop gets designers acquainted with techniques to create more inclusive, accessible learning experience designs.

 

Experience the potential in experiential learning

Simon Kavanagh

This workshop demonstrates how to explore team base collaboration, learning by doing and importance of reflection. Experience first hand how we explore and lead learning at the kaospilot.

 

Storytelling with existing media - the process reversed

Joasia van Kooten

What if you can use your favorite (educational) TV show to create learning experiences? The participants are challenged to design an engaging and personal learning experience by redesigning existing media into new engaging formats.

 

Brain & Game-inspired Foundations of Learning Experience Design

Frank Leoné, PhD

The evolution and workings of our brain and the ongoing development of games, both converge to similar foundations important for the design of effective learning experiences.

 

Nurturing empathy in affective education with social neuroscience

Shirlyn Goh

Empathy is an important skill for design students. But how do you adequately nurture empathy in education? The answer lies in a combination of LX design and social neuroscience methods.

 

Training from the back of the room

Anna Langheiter

Design training experiences, where trainers will step aside and give participants the space to learn together and from each other. Having the end in mind, you start to create training sessions, where the learner is fully and actively involved and the trainer is working as a learning enabler.

 

Let's Experience

 

Brain Game at work

Susan Salzbrenner & Giovanni Ottavio Lo Brutto

The brain is a complex system but imagine that you could unfold its ways of working to create better learning experiences.

 

Infinite mobility Experience

Tim Schoonhoven & Nils Roemen

This experience is about changing behavior through a meaningful and exciting game experience. How? That's for you to find out!

 

What does it mean to improvise?

Maria Carbunaru

We'll use improvisational theatre as a tool to unlock the creative potential of the people you work with. Through its spontaneous character, improv enhances the brain plasticity, the body expressive power, the sense of humour and a new capacity for solving old problems.

 

Project Runway - The Hospital Edition

Liew Jia Lin & Sree Gaithiri Kunnasegaran

How do you take a boring subject and turn it into a fun and memorable experience? Find out right here!

 

The escape room

Michiel van Eunen

Experience the excitement and impact of an Escape Room, blown to classroom proportions, and learn what you can use from it to create an 'Escape Room' for your purpose.

 

15:30 - Keynote

 

Cultivate curiosity

Simon Kavanagh

Kaospilot

The cultivation of curiosity has been the cornerstone of survival for the kaospilots for over 26 years. Today it is still one of the most transformative educations for for young future leaders and change agents that the world needs so much.

 

16:00 - Final

 

No Brain No Gain Show

Host: Sjoerd Lauwaars

Ask your questions about neuro science and learning experinece design to our panel of experts: Anna van Duijvenvoorde (Leiden University) Willem Jan Renger (HKU) and Frank Leoné (Donders Institute).

 

16:45 - Wrap up

 

17:00 - After party