Articles

Liquid Learning Model is IE’s response to the challenges raised by XXI century higher and corporate education.

A Learning experience based on four pillars: Collaboration, Active and Personalized Learning and its direct Application to the student’s professional life. Those four pillars are empowered by IE Faculty excellence and driven by IE’s core values: innovation, technology, diversity, sustainability and humanities.

IE’s Faculty members as thought education leaders nurture this articles section to provide the latest learning insights and trends.

LIQUID LEARNING ON TIMES OF LIQUID MODERNITY

LIQUID LEARNING ON TIMES OF LIQUID MODERNITY

Liquid Learning Model allow IE students to obtain the highest quality of education no matter where in the world they are and what their current situation might be. Nick van Dam and Noémie le Pertel invite you to dive into the article and explore the 5 guiding principles of Liquid Learning: multi-channel, an experience created for the real world, with faculty excellence as an asset, designed with an active and social approach and a solid focus to get a personalized experience.

Read

HOW TO TURN IN-PERSON LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS INTO HIGHLY EFFECTIVE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM PROGRAM

In these turbulent times, it is essential to provide leaders with tools to react in the short, mid and long term. In order to do so, we need to keep in mind that converting leadership F2F programs is not just about digitizing existing in-person sessions, but we need to be able to design and implement high quality virtual leadership programs by facing the most important challenges such as lack of methodology, technology and expertise.
In this article, Dr. Nick van Dam and Katie Coates provide us a 6 guiding principles model to successfully adapt traditional in-person leadership programs into high-quality virtual leadership initiatives.

Download
Community Enablers: The new role of Educators in the Post Covid Decade.

Community Enablers: The new role of Educators in the Post Covid Decade.

Cristina Mateo, Associate Dean of IE School of Architecture & Design guides us along with this article through the role of educators and the physical campus today and in the coming future showing how it is being enriched.
Professor Mateo points out the redefinition of the role of university and education, as a community enabler.

The role of educators has evolved free from the constraints of place and time, enabling them to promote a space where to share and exchange ideas, a place that promotes a sense of belonging.
That is how university becomes a space where educators build stronger academic, professional, and stakeholder networks both in class and along with extracurricular experiences.

Read

Any questions?

Contact Us