CFET-Director Dr. Agus Justianto and Head of Training Planning Section, Erfan N. Yulian and FORCLIME Adviser for Human Capacity Development Anne-Cathrin Vonarx attended the ONLINE EDUCA in Berlin. From 3rd to 5th of December 2014 they share their experiences with implementation of E-Learning with organizations from various countries all around the world. Beside discovering new digital innovations to enhance learning the CFET and FORCLIME representatives attend the GIZ E-Learning Academy workshop. Together with partners from Philippines, Argentina and Georgia to name only a few they discussed how a future, global platform from GIZ on Capacity Development for E-Learning could be look like. This event was also used to set up of collaborations with other training organizations using E-Learning technologies. As a result of that the Center of Forestry Education and Training discusses possibilities for a cooperation with the Open University of Philippines.
ONLINE EDUCA brought together 2,332 delegates from 100 countries, 330 speakers and 81 exhibitors. It focused on the future learning scenarios and the opportunity that the variety of technology supported learning brings. Dr. Agus Justianto was especially interested in 3D virtual learning environments: “Gamification. That is one of the new learning concepts I will bring to Indonesia. It could a great tool for our trainees to experience challenges within the Forests Management Units”. Anne-Cathrin Vonarx added: “The new technology provides tools which involve the learners creativity and intrinsic motivation. To guarantee a more sustainable acquisition of competencies, training organizations, like CFET, are taking up the challenge to develop new ways of learning. And GIZ FORCLIME is glad to support these efforts”. Moreover the E-Learning Conference was also an inspiring learning environment, with Discovery Demos, LAB Sessions, Spotlight stage, In-depth talks and Debates to name a few. Video of important sessions and keynotes can be found here: www.online-educa.com/
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Anne-Cathrin Vonarx, Adviser for Human Capacity Development