Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023


Yoshi Malaise

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“Education doesn’t need to be reformed it needs to be transformed” - Ken Robinson

A quote yoshi first heard during his internship abroad at Elewa, a company striving to offer quality education at all schools in Kenya even those from less fortunate areas. Working in collaboration with schools in Kenya was truly an eye-opening experience for him. Technology can be used to improve education for everyone everywhere, and better education gives everyone a more equal chance for a better future.

This is the thought driving yoshi during his research as a PhD student in the field of technology-enhanced learning at the WISE lab under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Beat Signer and as a volunteer at HackYourFuture Belgium. In his research he is mostly focused on the creation of personalised learning environments used to teach computing education based on knowledge graphs, ontologies and adaptive systems.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Breaking the Code of Inclusion: Designing Micro Materials Based on PRIMM Principles for Accessible Programming Education. Saturday H.2215 (Ferrer) Lightning Talks 14:40 14:55