Workshop 2: Shifting Teaching-Learning Paradigms Through Innovative Pedagogy
The rapid progress of the Internet and allied technologies, emphasis on outcome-based education, the importance of participative learning, and changing expectations from students demand rapid development of teaching competencies of engineering faculty. Further, the growing heterogeneous capabilities and motivations of students are giving rise to more diverse learning needs, which require changes in the existing paradigms of engineering education. Today the faculty members have to adopt more flexible and student-centric paradigms and focus on developing students' attributes. To train faculty members in new and impactful education techniques, I propose arranging a workshop on "Shifting Teaching-Learning Paradigms Through Innovative Pedagogy." The half-day program includes diverse topics, including teaching methodologies, pedagogical strategies, and evaluation schemes.
This workshop aims to improve teaching-learning skills, promote the use of digital technologies and open-source software, and enhance communication skills. Hands-on sessions, quizzes, and structured feedback will be characteristics of the course.
Target Audience for this Workshop: University Teachers, Edtech Entrepreneurs, School Teachers, Government employees, etc.
Speaker: Dr. Saurabh N. Mehta
Dr. Saurabh N. Mehta, have more than 16 years of professional, research, and teaching experience in wireless system development altogether. He is currently working as a chief academic officer and professor at Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, Mumbai. Where, he is responsible for integrating academic and industry collaboration, research program, planning, and educational training for the Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, Mumbai. He has earned his B.E., M.S., and PhD. degrees in Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University, Mumbai, India, Ajou University, South Korea, and Inha University, South Korea, in 2002, 2005, and 2011, respectively. His research interests are in the area of Wireless Networks, RFID/IoT/IoE Technology, Ubiquitous Computing, Game Theory, and Educational Technology. He is also working as an independent consultant in the area of Embedded System, wireless technology, education, and technical market research. Besides technology He loves to spend my time watching movies and reading books.Register Now