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Lehren und Lernen mit Bildungsmedien

Grundlagen – Projekte – Perspektiven – Praxis

Edited By Thomas A. Bauer and Bernd H. Mikuszeit

Das Buch fasst die Problemstellungen und die Ergebnisse der beiden von der Europäischen Kommission im Programm Lebenslanges Lernen geförderten Projekte «E-Teaching» und «Blended-Learning» zusammen. Dazu erörtern die Beiträge Grundlagen, Perspektiven und theoretische Zugänge von Lehren und Lernen in der Mediengesellschaft und diskutieren einen neuen, mediologischen Zugang zur Theorie von Bildungsmedien, der den Begriff der Wissensvermittlung um den der Wissensverständigung erweitert. Der Band beschreibt und analysiert Projekte und den Einsatz von Bildungsmedien in der pädagogischen Praxis und stellt grundsätzliche Überlegungen an zu Qualitätskriterien und zur Bewertung von Bildungsmedien. Dabei berücksichtigen die Beiträge unterschiedliche Bildungsmedienformate.

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Vocational Education through Digital Educational Media (Marko Ivanisin)

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Marko Ivanišin

Vocational Education through Digital Educational Media

Identifying Teaching

We are used to use the word “learning” for what is actually teaching and learning. Moreover when we say e-learning we usually refer to a web site that exists to be used for learning. However the “learning” on this web site was structured and filled with content by a teacher (or a producer that stepped into the shoes of a teacher). So “learning” has often more to do with teaching than with learning.

Teaching in itself is a simple method. The one who knows (i.e. teacher) tells or shows or transfers in any other way (i.e. teaching) what he knows or can do (i.e. knowledge or/and skills) to the one who needs or wants to know (i.e. learner/student).

In this paper we will characterise as teaching all activities that involve a teacher. So e.g. teaching videos show teachers teach. In learning videos there is no teacher present but only materials (animations, images, graphs etc.). Basically in written language there are no teaching materials, just learning materials. In videos however teaching and learning character can be and often are combined. The rationale of this (sharp) split between teaching and learning media is explained below in the part The Essence of (Distance) Teaching.

Brief History of (Distance) Teaching

For a long time teaching was a very direct and interpersonal relationship between teachers and students....

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