Share Paper: Developing a Maturity Model to support innovation in Higher Education. The case of Challenge Based Learning.

  1. Leonie Chapel, University of Twente, Netherlands
  2. Koen DePryck, University of Twente, Belgium
  3. Adina Imanbayeva, University of Twente, Netherlands
  4. Ilse Wambacq, Montclair State University, United States
  5. Gianluca Ambrosi, University of Twente, Netherlands
  6. Luuk Buunk, University of Twente, Netherlands
Tuesday, June 21 2:10-2:35 PM Liberty 1&2

Abstract: If educational institutions want to be successful in future-proofing their education, an important factor is keeping the educational development aligned with the organisational development. This also includes alignment between the course, the program and the institutional level. How can we know whether organisational and educational development are in line on all three levels? In this paper, we discuss the use of a maturity model (MM) to get one step closer to answering that question. We present the case of introducing Challenge Based Learning as educational innovation in Higher Education Institutions (HEI) education. Based on a literature review of the key ...