Neuntes Didaktik-Forum an der THB

Unter dem Motto “Shifting from face-to-face teaching to virtual alternatives on short notice” fand am 29. und 30.06.2020 das Didaktik-Forum online an unserer Hochschule statt. Im Mittelpunkt stand dabei wieder der Erfahrungsaustausch zwischen Lehrenden – dieses Mal zu einem Thema, das derzeit Hochschulen auf der ganzen Welt beschäftigt. Wie hat sich die schnelle Umstellung auf eine online-basierte Hochschullehre im aktuellen Semester ausgewirkt, wie wurden Präsenzformate in den virtuellen Raum übertragen, was bedeutete dies für den Studienalltag und die Rolle der Lehrenden? Und wie kann es im Wintersemester weitergehen?

Dazu wurden an den zwei Veranstaltungstagen insgesamt vierzehn spannende Beispiele aus unserer Hochschule sowie aus unseren Partnerhochschulen aus Europa und Amerika präsentiert.

9th Didaktik-Forum at THB 

The Didaktik-Forum toke place online at our university on 29./30. June 2020. Shifting from face-to-face teaching to virtual alternatives on short notice has currently become a topic for universities around the world. During two days we shared practical examples on how universities have dealt with the sudden shift from face-toface teaching to remote, virtual alternatives. Speakers from Brandenburg and eight international partner institutions shared their experiences during the last semester.

How did they cope with the new situation? How does a regular teaching day look like nowadays? Has the sudden change to online teaching also changed their role as a university teacher? Furthermore, we shed some light on infrastructural challenges and asked where universities might go in the near future.

The following sessions were presented:

29.06.2020

TitelName, Institution
Opening and Welcome AddressProf. Dr. Andreas Willms, President and Prof. Dr. Rolf Socher, Vice President for Teaching and International Affairs
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Cloud Based Video ConferencingProf. Dr. Thomas Preuss,
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Implement and then fix: a new approach to innovate in Higher education

Prof. Dr. Līga Peiseniece,
BA School of Business and Finance, Latvia

Experience of online Conference and online TeachingProf. Dr. Dimitrios Maditinos,
International Hellenic University, Kavala University Campus, Greece
Keeping the Presence in an Online ContextCharlotta Edlund, M.Sc.,
Mälardalen University, Sweden
Automatic Feedback and Grading of Individual Homework Assignments using STACKProf. Dr.-Ing. Martin Kraska,
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
My students just opened the main entrance for meProf. Dr. Madalena Abreu,
Coimbra Business School / ISCAC, Portugal
The Uncertain Future of Higher Ed in the USMeryl Rosenblatt, PhD,
Molloy College, USA
Summary of the Day and OutlookProf. Dr. Rolf Socher, Vice President for Teaching and International Affairs , Regina Schalinski, M.Ed. and Dr. Eva-Maria Muhle
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

 30.06.2020

TitelName, Institution
Welcome Note and Introduction
Hands-on Experience (II)
Prof. Dr. Rolf Socher, Vice President for Teaching and International Affairs , Regina Schalinski, M.Ed. and Dr. Eva-Maria Muhle
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Better results in online teaching than in class-
room teaching, for real?

Prof. Dr. Vera Meister,
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

How I survived to a sudden change: from
face-to-face teaching to online teaching

Prof. Dr. Joan Solé-Pla,
University of Girona, Spain

Hands-On Training in a digital formDI (FH) Birgit Rabel,
FH JOANNEUM, Austria
Online Teaching from Language Teachers´Perspective:
- Adjunct lecturers in the online environment
- Agility of language teachers to foster lanuage acquisition under changing environment
Dr. Denise Norton,
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences,
Germany and
Ass.-Prof. Dr. Sandra Kraze
Ass.-Prof. Astrida Gegere-Zetterstroma
BA School of Business and Finance, Latvia
Exploring the benefits of self-produced podcast-shows and case-studies as an innovative method of teachingProf. Dr. Martin Wrobel, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Lessons from PandemicProf. Dr. Susanna Paixao, IPC / Coimbra Health School, Portugal
Summary, Outlook and Close-upProf. Dr. Rolf Socher, Vice President for Teaching and International Affairs , Regina Schalinski, M.Ed. and Dr. Eva-Maria Muhle
Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

 

 

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