The future of learning hack kickstarts on July 1

Ashesi Hack.jpeg The 2-week program includes participants coming up with solution to problems of online exams

Wed, 1 Jul 2020 Source: Ashesi Design Lab

The Future of Learning Hack is an Ashesi Design Lab initiative which seeks to enable individuals to leverage their design thinking and innovative abilities in addressing the challenges associated with online examination.

It is set to begin on the 1st of July and end on the 14th of July 2020.

In this 2-Week program, participants will explore ideas and come up with solutions to the problems of online examination.

While COVID-19 has caused great distress in the educational sector, many top Ghanaian universities have responded well to the situation by employing an online approach to teaching and learning.

This virtual approach to education is indeed a timely one. But if you once ran out of data in the middle of an exam, or perhaps delayed in submitting documents due to slow internet, then you would know there are some setbacks with the system.

In light of this, the Ashesi Design Lab wishes to give every problem-solver out there a chance to resolve some of these current educational problems through its Future Learning Hack.

Source: Ashesi Design Lab