Seminar: 1.01.803 Educational Technology and the Digital Divide (Schwerpunkt Bildungsmanagement und Mediendidaktik) - Details

Seminar: 1.01.803 Educational Technology and the Digital Divide (Schwerpunkt Bildungsmanagement und Mediendidaktik) - Details

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Course name Seminar: 1.01.803 Educational Technology and the Digital Divide (Schwerpunkt Bildungsmanagement und Mediendidaktik)
Subtitle
Course number 1.01.803
Semester WiSe23/24
Current number of participants 13
expected number of participants 25
Home institute Department of Educational Sciences
Courses type Seminar in category Teaching
First date Monday, 16.10.2023 16:00 - 18:00, Room: V03 0-E005
Type/Form S
Lehrsprache deutsch und englisch

Topics

General introduction and overview, Digital Media and Instructional Modalities (ONLINE), Digital Divide Manifestations in Educational Contexts (PRÄSENZ), Global Perspectives on Digital Divide in Education, Media Usage Patterns & Digital Divide, Mitigating the Digital Divide, Emerging Technologies and the Digital Divide, Global Perspectives on Digital Divide in Education II, Conducting Research on Digital Divide (I), Conducting Research on Digital Divide (II), Critical Perspectives in Ed Tech & Digital Divide II, Critical Perspectives in Ed Tech & Digital Divide I, Wrap-up Meeting & Evaluation, Digital Transformation in Education

Rooms and times

V03 0-E005
Monday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (14x)

Comment/Description

In this seminar, the main phases of instructional design in e-Learning will be covered from a theoretical perspective but, mainly from a practical projection through project work, following a research-based learning approach. During this process, you will be able to design a concept for an e-Learning course and develop it choosing from a broad range of digital tools that you will try out during the seminar.
This course is expected to be conducted largely through hand-on exercises with laptops/tablets, although a theoretical and critical perspective through analysis and discussions will be present as well.
The course will be held in English but the tasks, interventions and evaluation of the seminar can be in German.

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