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  • Date

    17th of November

  • Time

    09:00 - 16:00

  • Location

    Van der Goot, Campus Woudestein

RSM InnovatED is our very first annual event to showcase our faculty’s innovation projects, to learn from each other and our external innovation partners, and to inspire one-another to try different things and do things differently. This year we are dedicating the event to learning and teaching innovations around the themes of: EdTech, Feedback Literacy, Alternative Assessments, Skills Development and Gamification/Experimentation. 

Can I join for part of the day? Yes! The choice of what and how much to attend is up to you. We hope you'll come for several sessions but it's also fine to join individual innovation workshops or just the keynote.

What are the themes?

We are dedicating the event to learning and teaching innovations around the themes of:

  • EdTech: How can you leverage meaningful digital learning activities to enhance student learning experiences and faculty workflow?   
  • Feedback: Let’s discuss how to make feedback processes scalable and effective, and what roles instructors and students play in maximizing the added value of feedback.  
  • Alternative assessments: How can alternative forms of assessments boost students’ performance and guide effective learning processes? 
  • Skills development: Deep dive into experiential learning and reflective practices to foster transformative learning experience that contribute to students' skills development and their sense of competence. 
  • Gamification/Experimentation: Applying game design or experimentation elements in educational and non-educational settings to explore and understand abstract concepts in a fun way and encourage engagement and creative solutions.  

Our keynote speaker – Naomi Winstone

Prof. Naomi Winstone (University of Surrey)

Naomi is a cognitive psychologist specialising in the processing and impact of instructional feedback and the influence of dominant discourses of assessment and feedback in policy and practice on the positioning of educators and students in feedback processes. Naomi is Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Surrey Institute of Education at the University of Surrey, UK. She is also an Honorary Associate Professor in the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University, Australia. Naomi is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a UK National Teaching Fellow.

Naomi Winstone

Register now for the 2022 edition


9.00 - 9:30

Coffee and networking at the Innovation Market

09:30 – 11:00

Plenary session: Prof. Naomi Winstone (University of Surrey)

11:15 – 12:30

Session 1

The road towards competency-based education

Session 2

Put feedback into practice

Session 3

Experimenting with alternative assessments in the classroom

Session 5

Using serious play: 2030 SDGs game 

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch and networking at the Innovation Market

13:45 – 15:00

Workshop 1

E-portfolio development and implementation

Workshop 2

HAPP tool development and implementation

Workshop 3

The role of instructors as feedback providers and mentors

Workshop 4

Designing and implementing experiential learning and reflection activities

15:00 - 16:00

Closing and drinks/networking at the Innovation Market

The organising committee

Alexander Baanen

PQI/HOKA Project Manager

Alexander Baanen

Anne Heijdra Suasnabar

Learning Innovation Consultant

Anne Heijdra

Anna de Waard-Leung

Executive Director of Quality & Innovation

Anna de Waard - Leung

Bo van den Berg

Quality and Innovation Student Assistant