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[journal] International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI) #learninganalytics

I am very proud to announce a rather new journal – called „International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI)„. I will assist the Journal as Deputy Editor:

The newly launched International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (www.i-jai.org) aims to increase knowledge and understanding of ways in which learning analytics (LA) and artificial intelligence (AI) can support and enhance education. As such the journal aims to connect researchers and other stakeholders that share a common interest in understanding learning and teaching and improving learning and teaching with the support of LA and AI. Thus the journal aims to bridge the gap between pure academic research journals and more practical publications.

We are asking for contributions in following areas:

  • Analysing Learner’s Activity, Engagement, and Motivation
  • Modeling Learning and Teaching in Different Environments (online, blended and physical environments)
  • Evaluation and Development of Teaching Practices and Learning Designs
  • Application of Machine Learning, Educational Data Mining, and Predictive Analytics
  • Social Network Analysis and Network Modelling Tools
  • Supporting and Developing Assessment and Feedback Practices
  • Supporting Personalised and Adaptive Learning
  • Analyzing and Improvement of Learning Organisations based on Data
  • Development of new Methods and Theories
  • AI applications in the educational domain

If you are interested please visit the Journal’s Homepage and send us your latest research 🙂

[publication] Making mit Kindern. Mit digitalem Do-it-yourself den Alltag von morgen gestalten #LAMultimedia

Zusammen mit Sandra Schön habe ich in der aktuellen LA Multimedia über die „Maker Days for Kids“ sowie den aktuellen Online-Kurs „Making mit Kindern“ berichtet.

Zusammenfassung:

Die Maker-Bewegung versucht durch Einsatz von unterschiedlichen traditionellen und digitalen Hilfsmitteln neue Produkte zu kreieren. Bei den Making-Aktivitäten mit Kindern und Jugendlichen steht daher die Förderung der Kreativität und Kompetenz im Mittelpunkt, um in die Welt von morgen gestalten.

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Zitation: Schön, Sandra und Ebner, Martin (2015). Making mit Kindern. Mit digitalem Do-it-yourself den Alltag von morgen gestalten. In: LA Multimedia, Ausgabe Heft 4 (November 2015), Beitrag gebührenpflichtig zugänglich unter URL: https://www.lamultimedia.de/heft/57150400/Ausgabe-November-Heft-4-2015-Gesundheit-foerdern