STC:
no boring online lessons, but pub quizzes and VR glasses

“School year 2020-2021. The ‘corona students’ are starting their first year at STC, in the midst of the corona pandemic.” STC used the reality of the pandemic in the students' learning journeys.


This learning journey was nominated for the aNewSpring Awards 2021.

Learning Method Blended learning Training Type Skills training Industry Training company

The learning journey:
fascinating context on the reality of the pandemic.

About STC:

STC Group is an educational institution specialised in educating young students and professionals, all with one thing in common: a passion for shipping, transport or port industry

Two wonderful achievements

Learning is central to every school; it serves as a common thread. What happens when that common thread disappears due to a pandemic? First an expressive context about the reality of the pandemic had to be included, followed by the creation of (mandatory) online lessons, with the following condition: the online lessons had to be attractive to hold the attention of the students. With the functionalities of aNewSpring, they were able to create digital and interactive lessons that captivated the students!

“This program has incorporated many innovative ideas that clearly had an important purpose at present. Linking a learning journey to a real-life context is very useful.’’
- from the jury report

Which learning tools?

The students of Havenlogistiek year 1 range from 15 to 28 years old and have different backgrounds and interests. It was a challenge in itself to connect these students with each other during the online classes. How has STC accomplished that? By using virtual reality, pub quizzes, online escape rooms and many more innovative digital functions. Within aNewSpring, the students had to perform various tasks and watch informative clips in order to gain more knowledge about port logistics processes.

No more fake news

By treating the corona pandemic in theory, the students got a different picture of COVID-19. Previously, they were flooded with fake news and they no longer saw the forest for the trees. By watching videos of virologists talking about the vaccine, they were able to distinguish between reliable and fake sources. The students got to know each other in a playful way and developed a whole new transport plan for distributing vaccines. It’s truly something to be proud of!

Learning journey review

All nominees of the aNewSpring Awards 2021 have been assessed during the process by a full professional jury consisting of:

Stella Collins - CLO and co-founder, Stellar labs
Website | LinkedIn

Michael Strawbridge - Global Head of Content, The LPI
Website | LinkedIn

Nicole van de Ven-Smeelen - Winner of the 2020 aNewSpring Awards, HBtraining
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Ger Driesen - Learning Innovation Leader, aNewSpring
Blog | LinkedIn

Each learning journey was assessed on:
didactics, innovation, participant experience and overall impact.

Didactics

Innovation

Participant experience

Overall impact

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