ZML Didaktik / Innovative Learning Scenarios

The first half of 2018 was influenced by my lecture of Schön’s Reflective Practitioner. I read two of his books (see below), wrote two blogposts (see below) and gave a workshop, where we discussed the meaning of refection in action in detail.

Impression of the workshop (10.7.2018)

I realised that Schön describes perfectly how I work because I’m a reflective practitioner. It was more difficult for me to to understand the “reflection-in-action” process in detail. Read the rest of this entry »

Der diesjährige E-Learning Tag wird heuer von zwei Einheiten der FH JOANNEUM organisiert, dem ZML-Innovative Lernszenarien und dem Studiengang Radiologietechnologie. Da die Vorarbeiten – Call for Papers, Einreichungen sichten, Programm erstellen, Artikel für den Tagungsband begutachten – bereits gut erledigt sind, haben mein Kollege Helmut Ritschl, Leiter des Studiengangs Radiologietechnologie und ich Zeit, um im Gras zu liegen, in den Himmel zu schauen und zu tratschen. Read the rest of this entry »

In the Content Strategy program my students create a portfolio, write approximately once a month a post and share it openly in the web. Provoked by discussions with my students, especially with the COS17 students, I want to make my intentions why reflect openly clearer. Read the rest of this entry »

In the weeks after my last post I continued reading Schön’s books „Reflective Practitioner“ (1) and “Educating the Reflective Practitioner” (2). This week we will discuss his ideas in the ZML Journal Club and I want to get a better understanding of what I have read.
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Reading Schön’s book “Reflective Practitioner” is a great pleasure for me. In this post I will focus on the preface and Part I: Professional Knowledge and Reflection-in-Action (p. 3-69) Read the rest of this entry »

I strongly believe that we learn by doing something: discussing, drawing, scribbling, modeling, reflecting and writing it down (or recording it). Therefore in my (training) classes people have to do something all the time. That’s also the basis of the online cos teachers’ training I developed a month ago and which is running at the moment. Content Strategy (COS)  is a university program for students who work and study. A lot of the learning process is happening online and the teachers want to improve their asynchronous and synchronous teaching performance. Read the rest of this entry »

In week 2 in the Learning with MOOCs for professional development MOOC we were asked to assess a MOOC to know if this MOOC is right for me. As I’m facilitator of week 1 in the AtLETyC MOOC I decided to choose this MOOC for the task. (I built this MOOC in collaboration with the project team as well)

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