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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

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Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.54
Theaterstrasse 17
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 13:30 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
13:30 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

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Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.54
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 13:30 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
13:30 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

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Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.54
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 13:30 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
13:30 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.01
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 13:30 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
13:30 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

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Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.01
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 14:00 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
14:00 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

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Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.01
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 14:00 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
14:00 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning – Konzeption und mögliche Umsetzungen

Lernen und Lehren befinden sich in einem tiefgreifenden Wandel. Lernende brauchen nicht viel mehr als ein mobiles Endgerät mit Internetzugang, um überall und zu jedem Zeitpunkt lernen zu können. Lernressourcen sind allgegenwärtig und auch das kollaborative Lernen ist durch das Internet einfacher denn je. Die Grenzen zwischen formalem und informellem Lernen verwischen zusehends. Aus Theorie und Praxis wissen wir aber, dass zur Verfügung gestellte Technologie an sich noch wenig bewirkt. Sowohl Lehrende als auch Lernende müssen lernen, damit umzugehen wozu es eines schlüssigen didaktischen Konzepts bedarf. Bei der Integration von Technologien müssen der Kontext und die Anforderungen der jeweiligen Lehr- / Lernszenarien berücksichtigt werden. Der Transfer von einer Situation, in der Lernen stattfindet und deren Anwendungsfeld oder einem darauf aufbauenden Bildungsabschnitt, ist nicht immer barrierefrei. Das Konzept des Seamless Learning reagiert hierauf und unterstützt kontextübergreifendes Lernen. Es bietet einen Rahmen, die technologischen und didaktischen Herausforderungen zu adressieren und ein lebenslanges, nahtloses Lernen über Bildungskontexte hinweg zu ermöglichen. Lerntechnologien werden dabei zielführend eingebunden.
Das Zentrum für Innovative Didaktik der SML und das Institute for Computational Physics der SoE leiten ein Interreg-V gefördertes internationales Forschungsprojekt der Internationalen Bodenseehochschule. Im Rahmen dieses Projekts findet am Montag, den 10.September 2018 an der ZHAW Winterthur eine Tagung zum Thema Seamless Learning statt. Als Keynote Speaker konnte Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht von der Open University of the Netherlands gewonnen werden. In einem weiteren theoretischen Teil der Tagung werden Beispiele für Lernbrüche aufgezeigt. Ein Vorgehensmodell für deren Analyse sowie didaktische und technische Möglichkeiten zur Überbrückung dieser Brüche werden vorgestellt. Erfahrungsberichte, unter anderem in Form einer Poster Session, berichten aus der Praxis und informieren über die Seamless Learning Projekte in der Bodenseeregion.

Im Fokus dieser Tagung steht der wissenschaftliche Austausch und die Vernetzung von Didaktikern und Entscheidungsträgern in Aus- und Weiterbildung.

Veranstaltungsort und Zeit:
Montag, den 10.September 2018, 10-16 Uhr
Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften
Raum SM 03.01
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programm

10:00 Uhr – TAGUNGSBEGINN
10:00 – 10:15 Uhr Begrüssung
10:15 – 11:00 Uhr Keynote zum Thema Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Uhr Didaktisch-konzeptionelle und technische Entwicklung von Seamless Learning Projekten mithilfe eines «Design-Based-Research-Ansatzes»
Basisprojekt Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
MITTAGSPAUSE
13:00 – 14:00 Uhr Vorstellung aktueller Seamless Learning Projekte als Ausblick auf die nachfolgende Poster-Session
14:00 – 15:00 Uhr Poster-Session – Zehn Poster zu aktuellen Seamless Learning Projekten in der Bodenseeregion
15:00 – 15:30 Uhr Kritische Reflektion und Diskussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium und Ausblick
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 Uhr – TAGUNGSENDE

 

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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.01
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 14:00 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
14:00 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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Seamless Learning Conference 2018

Seamless Learning – Conception and possible implementations

Learning and teaching are undergoing profound change. Learners don’t need much more than a mobile device with Internet access to learn anywhere and at any time. Learning resources are ubiquitous and collaborative learning is easier than ever through the Internet. The boundaries between formal and informal learning are becoming increasingly blurred. However, we know from theory and practice that the technology made available has little effect in itself. Teachers as well as learners must learn to deal with what requires a coherent didactic concept. When integrating technologies, the context and requirements of the respective teaching/learning scenarios must be taken into account. The transfer of a situation in which learning takes place and its field of application or an educational stage based on it is not always barrier-free. The concept of Seamless Learning reacts to this and supports cross-context learning. It provides a framework to address the technological and didactic challenges and to enable lifelong, seamless learning across educational contexts. Learning technologies are integrated in a target-oriented way.
The Center for Innovative Teaching And Learning of the SML and the Institute for Computational Physics of the SoE are leading an international research project funded by Interreg-V of the International Lake Constance University. As part of this project, a conference on Seamless Learning will be held at the ZHAW Winterthur on Monday, September 10, 2018. The keynote speaker was Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht from the Open University of the Netherlands. In another theoretical part of the conference, examples of learning disruptions will be presented. A process model for their analysis as well as didactic and technical possibilities for bridging these breaks are presented. Field reports, among other things in form of a poster session, report from practice and inform about the Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region.

The focus of this conference is the scientific exchange and networking of didactics and decision-makers in education and training.

Venue and time
Monday, 10th September 2018, 10:00-16:00
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Room SM 03.01
Theaterstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

Programme

10:00 – START OF CONFERENCE
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome speech
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote Seamless Learning
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
11:00 – 12:00 Didactic, conceptual and technical development of seamless learning projects with the help of a “designbased research approach”
Base project Seamless Learning (Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger und Dr. Christian Rapp)
LUNCH BREAK
13:00 – 14:00 Presentation of current seamless learning projects as a preview of the following poster session
14:00 – 15:00 Poster-Session – ten posters on current Seamless Learning projects in the Lake Constance region
15:00 – 15:30 Critical reflection and discussion
(Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht)
15:30 – 16:00 Uhr Podium and outlook
(Prof. Dr. Bernadette Dilger, Prof. Dr. Claude Müller Werder, Dr. Christian Rapp, Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht, Dr. Andreas Witzig)
16.00 – END OF CONFERENCE

 

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