All of the themes have their own ILOs (intyended learning outcomes) and core questions. The student groups will actively research the given tasks guided by the questions and resources. The groups will use the pedagogical solutions established in the previous VOC studies to design and present learning activities to other groups.
Once again, the groups will have to LEARN about the particular subject matter (or theme) and then create a suitable, innovative LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS. After creating the environment they have to make sure that the other groups will gain the desired learning (TEACHING ACTIVITIES). The teaching group has also to device a means of ASSESSING the effectivity of learning.
Theme (subject matter) –> Learning the subject matter –> Creating a suitable learning environment –> Teaching activities –> (Hopefully) learning activities + Final Assessment.
When creating the learning environments, no simple Powerpoint shows, please! Try to use the tools that you have learned during the first part of the VOC process. (Classroom teaching is probably out of the question, as it is impossible to gather everybody into one physical place.) Keywords: Interaction, innovation, feedback, distant learning.