In this podcast, I will develop an answer to the question of how can Virtual Reality be sustainably implemented into formal education. In doing this, I will present a specific didactical framework, recently developed in a project called Hotel Academy.
This episode will go under the surface of feeling stupidity as a teacher in class and suggests four strategies of being productively stupid in your teaching.
In this episode, I will make you familiar with this relatively new type of teaching resources. We will start with the question of what OER are, how useful they are and why you should create your own. Last, but not least, we will get you started creating your first OER.
In today's episode, I review the book SoTL in Action - Illuminating Critical Moments of Practice by Nancy L. Chick (2018), share some of the intriguing insights and let you know if it is worth reading.
Creating a welcoming experience for students is one of the key challenges when starting a session. Equally important is the initiation of a virtual classroom.
As classrooms around the world usher in modernity and indeed, the future of education, teachers everywhere are grappling with the new hybrid teaching model
Games are not only an integral part of our everyday routine from the early days of our life, but they are also regarded as an effective teaching method in (higher) education. Previous research has shown...
In this episode 8 of my podcast Managing Around I'd like to introduce you to SoTL research. SoTL is the widely-used acronym for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, a research approach that is to say a systematic inquiry into student learning which helps to advance the practice of teaching in higher education. And by doing this, I will present you a teaching project in which I tried to analyse student's problem-based learning and community engagement within a service learning course. We will come to the details later.
The number of business start-ups in Germany – measured in terms of business registrations, and thus also the number of entrepreneurs – has fallen steadily in absolute terms over the last decade. But the picture is completely different in the social and health care sector, where social enterprise start-ups are booming.