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To Improve Education – Focus on Pedagogy Not Technology

Zugegeben, der Ruf „Focus on Pedagogy Not Technology“ ist nicht besonders neu oder originell. Aber Mike Sharples (Open University/ UK) verbindet ihn mit dem Hinweis auf die „‚big four‘ overarching pedagogies“: „feedback for learning, cooperative learning, visible learning and personalized learning“. Diese Prinzipien sollten auch, so der Autor, den Einsatz neuer Bildungstechnologien leiten. Eine gute Strukturierungshilfe, wie ich finde.

„Giving a student immediate feedback on performance, especially in online learning, is one of the most effective ways of improving retention and exam scores. Cooperative learning – through group projects and collaborative research – is the great success story for education of the past fifty years. It works best when students have shared goals, know when and how to contribute, share rewards, and can reflect on their progress. Visible learning involves students setting explicit goals, the teacher seeing how each student is progressing, and each student understanding what the teacher requires. Personalized learning works best when students have group as well as personal tasks, the classroom is designed to support personalized acitivty, and students can discuss their performance.“

Mehr von Mike Sharples gibt es auf der Online Educa, der OEB2019. Oder in seinem neuen Buch: „Practical Pedagogy: 40 New Ways to Teach and Learn“. Ich habe es mal auf meine Leseliste genommen.
Mike Sharples, oeb Insights, 10. Mai 2019

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