FiLM: Subject-Integrative Learning with digital Media (2002-2006)
ICT (3)From 12/2002 to 12/2006
Staff: Steffen Schaal
Any understanding of natural phenomena and biological coherencies from everyday life and environment demands a deepening physical knowledge. The application of physical laws to complicated biological systems (beyond simplified lab conditions) requires mathematical abilities and skills. Especially, in 9th grade, basic knowledge is taught in Biology, Maths and Physics. Computer programs can offer important additions and assistances as well as modern IT techniques for the analysis and documentation of models. Selected topics require an interdisciplinary basic approach and allow a deepened fixing of an interdisciplinary context. Especially, new digital media offer valuable and desirable teaching assistance. Our interdisciplinary approach covers scientific issues and exceeds a multilateral development of materials for interdisciplinary; this was based on actual knowledge of psychological research as well as research in didactics of media. The teaching project was put into practice and analysed by the teachers as well as by the learners. This, our multimedia application includes, effective learning assistance and knowledge about core competency/ key qualification of learners in interdisciplinary lessons with new media.
List of publications of this Project
|Girwidz, R; Robitzko, T; Schaal, S; Bogner, FX: Theoretical concepts for using multimedia in science education, Science Education International, 17(2), 77-93 (2006) -- Details|
|Girwidz, R; Bogner, FX; Robitzko, T; Schaal, S: Media Assisted Learning in Science Education: An interdisciplinary approach to hibernation and energy transfer, Science Education International, 17(2), 95-107 (2006) -- Details|