In this information area, we would like to show you which didactic considerations are helpful for the successful implementation of your digital teaching. In addition, we will be happy to advise you in detail on your individual teaching-learning setting. In addition to the conceptual considerations, the success of the technical implementation is just as important.
Digital teaching can be designed in many different ways. A well coordinated combination of the following is recommended
The respective advantages of synchronous and asynchronous teaching-learning phases can thus complement each other in a way that promotes learning.
… can be organised and made available via the learning platform. There, with the help of learning materials, e.g., videos, content transfer as well as concrete learning activities and communication can take place.
… in the form of online meetings via web conferencing systems are ideally designed to be interactive. Just as in face-to-face events that take place on site, learning activities can take place in online events that are less feasible asynchronously or simply require direct contact.
In hybrid teaching settings, one part of the students attends the respective course on-site at the university, while the other part of the students attends online (e.g., from home).
… is a broad field. It can include the use of generative AI technologies by instructors and students, i.e., AI that, like ChatGPT, can create something itself. It can also mean the use of subject-specific or analytical AI, e.g., for data processing.
In the joint project “fuels,” we deal with the media-didactic and -technical conceptualisation and creation of virtual teaching and learning scenarios using 360°, augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR) technologies.