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Learning Scenarios for Social and Cultural Change

«Bildung» through Academic Teaching

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Edited By Lara Rodríguez Sieweke

The anthology departs from the fundamental idea that the university is deeply connected to the ideal of «Bildung» and to democratic values. If the university should serve as an open space to develop democracy and to meet today’s social, cultural and ecological challenges, then one has to take into account the different disciplines’ approaches to education. Thus, the featured proposals on school and university education come from diverse research fields such as general education, media education, art and aesthetic education, philosophy, ethnology, sociology, performance art and gender.

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Peter Baumgartner is Professor of Technology-Supported Learning and Multimedia and Head of the Department of Interactive Media and Educational Technologies at the Danube University Krems. His research interests are: theory of teaching and learning with special focus on eLearning / eEducation, (higher education) didactics, and informal learning.

Katja Böhme is a scientific assistant in the department of Art Education at the Berlin University of the Arts and the Academy of Fine Arts Münster, Germany. She is writing a Ph.D. in Art Education, and her research focuses on the potentials of photography to reflect the relationship between contingency and Bildung. Since 2014, she has been co-editing, together with Birgit Engel, the book series “Didaktische Logiken des Unbestimmten” (Didactical Logics of the Uncertain), published in the Kopaed Verlag.

Prof. em. Dr. Dr. Dietrich Dörner is Chair of Theoretical Psychology at the University of Bamberg, Germany, and winner of the Leibniz Prize in 1986. His research interests are thinking and acting in complex realities, and theory formation in the field of interplay between acting and behavior.

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