Knowledge Exchange on Digital Teaching in the Humanities: Tools and methods for open collaboration as well as process- and concept-oriented learning (Lehrtreff)
02.02.2022, 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr
This digital meeting serves as an exchange platform for ideas and experiences of teachers in the Humanities who want to use suitable digital learning tools for open-outcome discussion. Activating digital learning tools such as quizzes and surveys often aim at the query of students' declarative knowledge. Usually, they are based on binary or quantified logic of yes/no, right/wrong, A/B/C; 1-5 etc. When using these tools in that way, one is able to work with prepared questions and answers.
In the Humanities, we preferably aim to activate discussions that allow for multiple outcomes. Therefore we need other engaging platforms such as flinga.fi, padlet.com, bitpaper.io or miro.com. They offer room for process-oriented student collaboration, interaction and transfer applications.
Focusing on these tools, the meeting will offer a short introduction to the didactics of engaging students and some important platforms for cooperative, conceptual work. Then, we would like to ask you to share some of your best practice experiences along the lines of: *How* did you reach your teaching/learning goals? *What* platform and what didactics have been applied? *What* are your tips for other lecturers?
As you might have expected we will use the named platforms for our exchange.
In the end, we will see some "good practice" examples and through them, we will explore some tools which inspire students as well as teachers and adequately visualize open-outcome learning and conceptual work.
The meeting will be held in English on 12th of January at 15h00. We invite you to be part of this learning and discussing opportunity. Please don't hesitate to contact us, if there are any further questions. Please register for this course, so we can send you further information before the workshop. The seminar will take place with the registration of at least four participants.
- didactical framing for discussions in the humanities
- platforms for collaborative learning and conceptual working
- discussion of experiences
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