FUTURE LEARNING HACK 2 OF 3

Student Life services and programs all work closely together to maximize the student experience during their time on campus. Almost every area is involved in helping students get help, get involved and get active. This may mostly include getting students fed and housed, too!

Both the teaching and non-teaching faculty of universities put in effort to ensure students have a conducive environment to learn and also to imbibe the school’s social values and norms in students during their stay. 

This system has however been disrupted especially with the closure of school campuses for several months due to the COVID19 pandemic.

What is the FUTURE LEARNING HACK 2 OF 3?

The ripple effects of COVID-19 have caused educational institutions to transition from classroom lectures to online learning platforms and eventually taking exams online. The Future Learning Hack brings together bright, young minds to propose innovative ideas and solutions to the challenges associated with experiencing campus life from home.

We are calling for students, designers, developers, ed-tech startups, schools, education innovators to form a team of at least 3 members and not more than 5 with team members between the ages of 18 to 30; with at least one member preferably resident in Ghana to

  1. Identify challenges with experiencing campus life from home.
  2. Proposing creative ideas and solutions in the form of prototypes with a multidisciplinary approach to enhance student “campus life” from home.

Stay Safe! Stay Home! Design and Innovate!

What are you waiting for? Check out this exciting challenge and apply between 27th July, 20207th August, 2020

 

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Applications opened for teams to sign up – 27th July, 2020 

Applications closed for sign up – 7th August, 2020

Hackathon begins – 11th August, 2020

Hackathon ends – 15th August, 2020

EVENT SPONSORS & ORGANIZERS

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FAQS

Who can Apply?

We are calling for students, designers, developers, edtech startups, schools, education innovators to form a team of at least 3 members and no more than 5 to join the FUTURE LEARNING HACK to Identify Challenges of Online Examination Systems and develop creative ideas and solutions in the form of prototypes with a multidisciplinary approach.

What does the FUTURE LEARNING HACK look like?

Applicants will be invited to take part in virtual presentations on zoom in the month of July. Following these virtual presentations, the five most promising ideas (solutions) will be selected and awarded prizes and provided with mentoring to support the projects’ implementation, along with a tailored business support programme from partners to support them to scale.

We need your creativity and passion to unlock new ideas and redefine the future of education.

Still got some burning questions and things you are not clear about?

Email: DLab@ashesi.edu.gh

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