Matti Aarnio, Ph.D. has extensive experience from improving student-centered and collaborative learning methods and the use of ICT in education. Matti has mostly worked with teachers and experts in universities, healthcare organizations and elementary schools. His doctoral dissertation in the field of medical education dealt with collaborative knowledge construction in problem-based learning. While working with medical teachers, he gained his interest in the neurocognitive principles of learning. When it comes to digitization of education and harnessing the great potential of digital tools, Matti calls for keeping these neurocognitive principles in mind.
Posted on Thu, November 24, 2016
by administrator itslearning