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Entrevista a Albert Sangrà

Albert Sangrà, Education Professor at UOC and UNESCO Chair in Education & Technology for Social Change, answers the following questions: 1. How do you imagine the university of the future?, a. What teaching and assessment methodologies do you mostly imagine? b. What learning technologies do you think will prevail?; 2. How will the students of the future be different from those of today? (demands, expectations,...); 3. How will online / remote assessment methodologies affect learning practices in STEM, differently depending on… a. the gender? (students / faculty) b. the studies typology?, Will it be different in STEM studies from the rest? and 4. How will teachers have to evolve to meet the increasingly personalized demands of students? ​
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