Wicked Problems and Open Remedies: A student centered approach

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On March 1st, please join us for this Open Education Week event exploring wicked problems and open remedies. A wicked problem is one that is difficult or impossible to solve due to incomplete, contradictory, interconnected, and/or changing factors. A problem that requires a major change in practice, belief, or behaviour for many people is often a wicked problem. Drawing on this idea, we turn our attention to the wicked problem in higher education of empowering students in the classroom, and centre student voices in exploring the challenges and potential solutions for tackling this problem. This session will be opened and moderated by Arley Cruthers. Student panelists are Kristen Morgan (UBC Okanagan), Sophia Nguyen (SFU), and Caitlin Spreeuw (Douglas).

British Columbia OPen Education Librarians (BCOEL)

Canada, Vancouver, BC

Contributed by: Rosario Passos

Language: English

Date and Time: Mar 01, 2021 20:30
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