DIGITAL MEDIA IN SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES: FIRST STEPS FOR A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE WITH DIGITAL VIDEO ANALYSIS
Published: 4 Oct 2021
Abstract: The Corona pandemic makes it clear where societies need to develop. In the education sector, the focus is, particularly on digitization. In Germany, only 25% of schoolteachers have already been prepared for working with digital media during their training. Technical and didactic competencies, also reflexive skills about volitional beliefs about digital media, one's own media habitus, and the willingness to adopt new teaching paradigms with cooperative forms of teaching and learning are considered essential prerequisites for modern digitally supported teaching. Closely related to this is the teachers’ attitude towards inclusive and internally differentiated teaching. Digital media can provide significant technical and didactic assistance in this regard. The proposed concept was related to an interdisciplinary research and teaching project (DEGREE 4.0), funded by the federal government (BMBF). In close cooperation with schools, student teachers practice their media behavior technically and didactically, test themselves in school teaching situations, and learn to reflect on their teaching behavior. Their reflections are evaluated in terms of content analysis by working with a video platform. In the long term, the plan is to develop a "community of practice". Schools and universities mutually benefit from each other and agree on a joint theory base that is aligned with the requirements of current digital teaching at school and university and mutually accepted.
Keywords: digital media competence, ict, teachers’ beliefs, community of practice, video analysis, teachers’ education
Cite this article: Michele Molzahn, Gudrun Marci-Boehncke, Malte Delere. DIGITAL MEDIA IN SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES: FIRST STEPS FOR A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE WITH DIGITAL VIDEO ANALYSIS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 19, 50-66 (2021). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002288/
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