This paper seeks to explore and develop a fuller understanding of how engaging students as active partners in co-creating virtual learning environment can promote more active, student-centred teaching and learning in hospitality & tourism education. Following the suggestions of the co-creation research, this qualitative study attempts to connect the concepts of Co-creation, Design Thinking, and Reflective Practice-Based Learning. It shares the lessons learned in the co-creation experiment, which questions the traditional student-lecturer relations and implicates that co-creation can be an alternative path in educating future hospitality & tourism professionals.
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|Published - 2021
|EuroCHRIE 2021 - Professionshøjskolen UCN, Aalborg, Denmark
Duration: 27 Sept 2021 → 30 Sept 2021
|27/09/21 → 30/09/21
|EuroCHRIE2021 was the first ever EuroCHRIE hybrid-conference offering you the opportunity to participate on-site in Aalborg or online through our online platform
- learning, educational science and teaching