Fach-Bachelor Pädagogisches Handeln in der Migrationsgesellschaft (Bachelor) > Säule "Überfachliche Professionalisierung"
Master of Education Programme (Gymnasium) Computing Science (Master of Education) > Pflichtmodule
Master of Education Programme (Hauptschule and Realschule) Computing Science (Master of Education) > Mastermodule
Master of Education Programme (Vocational and Business Education) Computing Science (Master of Education) > Recht und Gesellschaft
Lehrenden, Die im Modul (Prüfungsberechtigt)
Dittert, Nadine (module responsibility)
no participant requirements
Skills to be acquired in this module
Graduates of the module Informatik und Gesellschaft know the history of the development of Information technology and its impact on society and are familiar with issues of data protection. They will be able, individually or in a team, to analyze the ethical and socio-political implications of different areas and applications of computer science and develop a reasoned own position on this, in particular concerning their professional responsibilities as computer scientists. They have learned to present the results of their work convincingly and suitable for their target group using appropriate media and they are able to organize events such as workshops or small conferences for that purpose. Professional competence
reflect on the ethical and societal aspects of selected areas of computer science
create and design websites
create and manage documents in a team
explore methods of structured teamwork
organize project work
make presentations with different media
develop a subject area as a team
teach a bigger audience to appreciate their knowledge
discuss their observations and opinions with others
reflect their role in a team
reflect their role as computer scientists in society
In brief, topics like the following are covered:
Ethics in Computer Science
History of Information Technology
Use of information technology at school
Internet - integration or division of society?
Manipulation by War Games
Open Source Software
Robots in Society
See reference books Informatik und Gesellschaft in BIS.
Joseph Weizenbaum, 2001: Die Macht der Computer und die Ohnmacht der Vernunft.
H. Klaeren u.a., (Eds.), 1999: Tübinger Studientexte Informatik und Gesellschaft. Universität Tübingen.
J. Friedrich, Th. Herrmann, M. Peschek, A. Rolf (Hrsg.),1995: Informatik und Gesellschaft. Spektrum.
Language of instruction
The topics for the teams are assigned during the first week of the semester