In the age of Web 2.0 and social media, a constantly ubiquitous online presence is available - the ubiquitous access to information is quickly and easily. The teachers present theories, models and results, and some students "google" at the same time whether that is true what is being said. For the"Homo Interneticus" it is normal to search for facts. Discussions and learning cultures are changing.
What are appropriate didactical teaching-learning scenarios nowadays?
To what extent can Educational Apps/Technology be integrated to strengthen active learning (student engagement) and collaborative learning?
((What are the right conditions?))
The talk gives answers in form of case studies and theses which illustrate changes towards digital didactical designs in universities and schools.
Digital media enable learning in unexpected places online through established boundaries. If this is the case, then we face the challenge to understand teaching, learning and didactics in a new way – instead of a ‘text book learning’ only, that represents receptive, consumer-oriented teaching, we need creativity-focused didactical designs to enhance a meaningful learning experience.