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Innovation Pedagogy - Preparing Higher Education Institutions for Future Challenges

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In today’s dynamic world, the ways of working are constantly changing.
Traditional educational approaches no longer lead to competences
appreciated in the job market and necessary for creating and maintaining a
sustainable future. Since innovations are needed in all fields, it is essential
for educational institutions to understand how to organize and implement
education in order to ensure graduates are provided with competences to
innovate. Innovation competences – critical thinking, creativity, initiative,
team work and networking – are prerequisites for innovations, and
thus, for successful individuals, organizations and a sustainable society.
The essential question is how to generate these competences during
education.
As a response to this need, this book introduces an approach called
innovation pedagogy. More than a set of teaching and learning methods,
innovation pedagogy is a strategic approach, providing solutions to, for
example, educational institution-company cooperation, the integration of
research and development activities with studies, enabling flexibility in
curricula and renewing organizational structures in education.
Innovation Pedagogy – Preparing Higher Education Institutions for Future
Challenges is targeted especially for teachers, education developers,
managers and administrators.

Nyckelord: higher education, pedagogy, innovation, innovation pedagogy, working life skills, innovation competences, learning

Författare
 
Utgivare
Turun ammattikorkeakoulu Oy
Utgivningsår
2018
Språk
en
Utgåva
2
Serie
Course Material from Turku University of Applied Sciences
Sidantal
86 sidor
Kategori
Fostran, undervisning
Format
E-bok
eISBN (PDF)
9789522166876
Tryckt ISBN
9789522166869

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