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of the MonsterAcademy, a workshop about didactical approaches at the TENCompetence winter school 2009, done by Sandra Schaffert and Wolf Hilzensauer

of the MonsterAcademy, a workshop about didactical approaches at the TENCompetence winter school 2009, done by Sandra Schaffert and Wolf Hilzensauer

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  • 1. The MONSTER ACADEMY - Pedagogical Background of the Workshop “Educational theories and didactical concepts” TENCompetence winter school 2009 Monday, 2.2.09 Innsbruck, Grillhof Sandra Schaffert & Wolf Hilzensauer Salzburg Research
  • 2. Learning Objectives for the work shop
    • to sentise participant for pedagocial approaches and how to implement
    • to give some insights into, at least one, learning approach
    • to initiate and foster reflection and discussion about pedagogical settings
  • 3. Pre-Assumptions
    • We were asked to make a „work shop“
    • The prior knowledge of the participants concerning our topic is very diverse
    • We do not only want to talk about pedagogical approaches, because we have the feeling that this would not be enough.
    Group work / collaborative learning
  • 4. Reasons for our Didactical Concept
    • A variation of the problem based learning approach
      • PBL needs authentic problem and reflection
      • No „authentic“ problem, but a story (because it can serve as good „guideline“ for the work shop, it is easier to find a common ground, it can serve as an cognitive „anchor“)
      • The reflection will be done by „oberservers“ (monitoring the group work and the work shop itself) and by personal storytelling afterwards (in the weblog)
    • Challenge „group work“
      • to initiate cooperative learning is tricky – we deal with that with three different group work regulations which are known from cooperative learning (intervention)
  • 5. Our Timeline …. THIS WORKSHOP THE WINTER SCHOOL TIME INTRO 10 MIN GROUPWORK 15 MIN INTRO 60 MIN GROUP WORK 40 MIN PRESENTATION (& SHORT DISCUSSION) COMMON REFLECTION 45 MIN INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION (online) ADDITIONAL DISCUSSIONS (if asked, also if not)
  • 6. Underlying Didactical Concepts and Topics …. THIS WORKSHOP THE WINTER SCHOOL TIME INTRO INST- RUC- TION
    • INTRO, GROUPWORK &
    • PRESENTATION
    • ( PROBLEM BASED LEARNING/
    • ANCHORED INSTRUCTION/
    • EPISTEMIC GAME/
    • STORY BASED INSTRUCTION )
    • TOPICS
    • PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
    • COGNITVE APPRENTICESHIP
    • INQUIRY BASED LEARNING
    COMMON REFLECTION ( PART OF PBL ) 45 MIN ADDITIONAL DISCUSSIONS (...) PERSONAL REFLECTION PERSONAL STORYTELLING INTERVENTION: COOPERATIVE LEARNING STRUCTURED MONITORING & FEEDBACK
  • 7. Three levels of action
    • - PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
    • COGNITVE APPRENTICESHIP
    • INQUIRY BASED LEARNING
    Concrete Topics the overall didactical approach and the „interventions“ ( a combination of things known from PROBLEM BASED LEARNING/ ANCHORED INSTRUCTION/ EPISTEMIC GAME/ STORY BASED INSTRUCTION/ COOPERATIVE WORKING ) Underlying Pedagogical Approach Monitoring and Reflection (implemented in work shop design), e.g. of collaboration and the workshop desing itself Personal Reflection (as storytelling/comments in our Weblog) Meta Level
  • 8. Concrete Assignments, Materials etc. http://monsteracademy.wordpress.com
  • 9. Contact
    • Sandra Schaffert & Wolf Hilzensauer
    • Salzburg Research
    • Jakob-Haringer-Str. 5/III
    • A-5020 Salzburg
    • Phone: +43-662-2288-429/-323
    • Fax: +43-662-2288-222
    • [email_address] [email_address]

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