Hybrid learning landscapes

The project Hybrid Learning Landscapes (HLL) is being implemented in cooperation with Prof. Tenberg (Technical University Darmstadt) and the Hessian Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs. The overarching goal of HLL is that, while retaining the strengths of conventional classroom teaching at vocational schools through the use of learning platforms and their digital possibilities, the "school/classroom" learning space is to be transcended in terms of time, space and didactic-methodological enrichment. In the conception and implementation of competence-oriented teaching formats in vocational teaching and learning, the aim is to integrate the digital content (content including media and materials) in a precisely tailored way via learning platforms in face-to-face teaching. In this way, a didactic-methodological balance between pupil orientation and instruction as well as between analogue and digital teaching-learning interaction can be created in vocational school teaching and at the same time a consistent consideration of digital features in vocational learning can be implemented. The overall conceptual framework includes the development and specification of the basic approach to HLL as well as a corresponding further training series.

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