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Best Practices

By overcoming challenges, students learn and demonstrate what they are capable of, plus they can imagine themselves in careers that they never considered before.

Find some examples here:

Stanford Student Space Initiative (2017)

In the past, only governments and large corporations could afford the high cost of earth observation and atmospheric data collection. A high-altitude balloon system called ValBal flies for days at a time at a cost under $1,000, putting it within reach of start-ups and even hobbyists.
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ECIU university: Challenge Plattform

InGenious is one of the ‘Challenge-Based Innovation & Learning’ initiatives of ECIU University. It frames real life challenges into practical forms for students and other ‘learners’ to work on and to come up with practical solutions for (parts of) the challenge. More information

CBL based Study program @ U Twente

The Bachelor’s program in Technology, Liberal Arts and Sciences (ATLAS) is a three-year educational program taught entirely in English at University Twente. The study program follows a self-designed, self-regulated learning concept in the ideas of challenges besed learning. It means no fixed courses, no conventional exams, no grades. More informations

Your Challenge-Based Learning experts @ TUHH

Siska Simon
Phone: +49 40 42878 4628
Dr. Dorothea Ellinger
Phone: +49 40 42878 4819

This informational webpage about Challenge-Based Learning is part of an Innovation of Ecucation lab of ECIU university and a product of workpackage 3.

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