[presentation] Digital Transformation of Teaching and Perception at TU Graz from the Students‘ Perspective: Developments from the last 17 Years #icl22 #tugraz

Yesterday, I presented our research about „Digital Transformation of Teaching and Perception at TU Graz from the Students‘ Perspective: Developments from the last 17 Years“ at the 25th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning in Vienna. Here you can find my slides:

[presentation] Digital Skills für Privatangestellte durch einen MOOC fördern #imoox #presentation #digitalliteracy

Wir freuen uns, dass wir unsere Präsentation rund um digitale Kompetenzen in der Erwachsenenbildung auf dem 28. DGfE-Kongress mit dem Thema ENT | GRENZ | UNGEN vorstellen konnten. Die Präsentation war Teil mehrerer Vorträge der AG Digitalisierung in der Erwachsenen- und Weiterbildung: Potenziale digitaler Medien für Zugänge zu Weiterbildungsangeboten.

[Präsentationsfolien auf ResearchGate]

[presentation] How Activities Related to Maker Education Contribute to Overcome Entry Barriers for Girls into Formal Technical Education Pathways – Case Study of Holiday Camps at a Technical Secondary Vocational School in Austria #edil22 #research #makereducation #tugraz

We are happy to present our research about „How Activities Related to Maker Education Contribute to Overcome Entry Barriers for Girls into Formal Technical Education Pathways – Case Study of Holiday Camps at a Technical Secondary Vocational School in Austria“ at EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2022 conference.

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[presentation] The ReDesign Canvas as a tool for the didactic-methodological redesign of courses and a case study #edil22 #tugraz #research #canvas

We are happy to present our research about „The ReDesign Canvas as a tool for the didactic-methodological redesign of courses and a case study“ at EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2022 conference.

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[presentation] Patterns of quiz attempts in a MOOC. The full-points-pattern and other patterns on the way to a successful MOOC in a lecture setting #edil22 #tugraz #research #mooc #imoox

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[presentation] A decade of first-semester students surveys concerning IT equipment and communication applications and effect of Covid-19 related experiences for first-year students in 2021#covid19 #edil22 #tugraz #research

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[publication] Open Tools and Methods to Support the Development of MOOCs A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits #emoocs21 #mooc #imoox

Our reserach about „Open Tools and Methods to Support the Development of MOOCs A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits“ got published in this year EMOOCS 2021 conference proceeding.

Abstract:
There are a plethora of ways to guide and support people to learn about MOOC (massive open online course) development, from their first inter- est, sourcing supportive resources, methods and tools to better aid their understanding of the concepts and pedagogical approaches of MOOC design, to becoming a MOOC developer. This contribution highlights tools and methods that are openly available and re-usable under Creative Commons licenses. Our collection builds upon the experiences from three MOOC development and hosting teams with joint experiences of several hundred MOOCs (University of Applied Sciences in Lübeck, Graz Univer- sity of Technology, University of Glasgow) in three European countries, which are Germany, Austria and the UK. The contribution recommends and shares experiences with short articles and poster for first information sharing a Monster MOOC assignment for beginners, a MOOC canvas for first sketches, the MOOC design kit for details of instructional design and a MOOC for MOOC makers and a MOOC map as introduction into a certain MOOC platform.

[article @ ResearchGate]
[conference proceeding]

Reference: John Kerr, Anja Lorenz, Sandra Schön, Martin Ebner, Andreas Wittke (2021) Open Tools and Methods to support the development of MOOCs: A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits. Poster Presentation at the EMOOCs Conference 2021, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.16586.08642

[publication] Learning Design for Children and Youth in Makerspaces: Methodical-Didactical Variations of Maker Education Activities Concerning Learner’s Interest, Learning with Others and Task Description #makereducation #tugraz

Our publication about „Learning Design for Children and Youth in Makerspaces: Methodical-Didactical Variations of Maker Education Activities Concerning Learner’s Interest, Learning with Others and Task Description“ as part of the International Seminar on Language, Education, and Culture (ISoLEC 2021) got published.

Abstract:
For some years now, „maker education“ has been conquering the world, and with extensive literature describing projects and activities as well as their characteristics and effects. Many authors have described principles of maker education such as working on a product and do-it-yourself activities. However, the literature on how to develop and design a maker activity with children is still limited. This would be of interest to and inform the systematic training of teachers and maker educators. In this paper we propose an overview of the methodological-didactical variations in maker education base on the systematic analysis of the original principles of adults learning in makerspaces to extrapolate the principles for working with children in maker education. Therefore, this paper offers a collection of methodological-didactical variations concerning three aspects, namely (a) the inclusion of the learner’s own interests, (b) learning from and with others, and (c) the kinds of task available at hand. In this way it is intended to offer practitioners support for the design and development of their own maker education programs.

[full article @ ResearchGate]
[full article @ journal’s homepage]

Reference: Ebner, M., Schön, S., Narr, K., Grandl, M., Khoo, E. (2021) Learning Design for Children and Youth in Makerspaces: Methodical-Didactical Variations of Maker Education Activities Concerning Learner’s Interest, Learning with Others and Task Description. In: Proceedings of the International Seminar on Language, Education, and Culture (ISoLEC 2021). pp. 198-206 https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211212.038