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Training of Teachers
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Mobile Learning II

Oh, what’s that? Original soundtrack Thissen: “As our children grow up in a media world and naturally handle the media, they should also be a topic in school.“ An older child says the point is that they don’t just load down apps but create things themselves that haven’t existed so far. Hi, I’m Jana. A propeller hat. I’ll put it on. Now I’m no longer a simple rhino, but a flying rhino. Original soundtrack Thissen: “It’s exactly the great flexibility of tablets that promotes very personalised and adapted learning.” Original soundtrack Welzel: “It’s fascinating to see how the children grow with their products and how they always want to improve them.” The Westminster Abbey is a church in London for the royal family. Original soundtrack Welzel: “And?“ They think it is ok.

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Today, the use of new media has become a matter of course not only in everyday life – schools and teaching, too, benefit from the new technologies and methods, which support active and independent learning. Especially in computer science, ethics and language courses but also in all other subjects, modern media are a valuable pedagogic and didactic asset. This DVD uses the example of podcasts to demonstrate how the possibilities opened up by new media can be applied in the classroom and how the pupils can be taught to handle them in a competent and target-oriented manner. The film is aimed at supporting the use of podcasts at school and encourages making them. This also requires the ability to find information on the Internet and assess it. The film informs on the functionality of podcasts and technical background as well as on the teaching and learning possibilities offered by podcasts – ranging from specific contents to superordinate learning targets such as the advancement of creativity and team spirit. The DVD is a useful support for teachers applying new media and wishing to show their pupils how to handle Running Time: 20:29 ms them in a sensible way.

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Copyright is subject to constant change to keep up with technological advances. This film enables the viewer to grasp the basic principles of this extremely intricate matter. By way of introduction, the film defines what an author is, what kinds of works there are and how long a work is protected on principle. Then the fundamental rights of an author are cited and it is shown how these are exploited in our times. In the third chapter, the respective rights are illustrated by way of practice-oriented examples of books, photos, music and films. Here, of course, an emphasis is laid on the field of education, taking into account the latest case law within the EU and Austria in particular. A further chapter highlights the problems arising with the Internet and goes into the citation law and pirate copies. All in all, in this way the viewer is made familiar with the most important basic terms and their meanings. Comprehensive worksheets and additional accompanying material invite us to deepen our knowledge of the subject.

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Interactive Whiteboards

Although the computer found its way into school some time ago already, it has mostly led a marginal existence so far, banished to extra practice rooms or to the side of the classroom. With the new medium of the interactive whiteboard the computer promptly becomes the focus of the lessons as the central hub. On the digital board that projects contents via a beamer like on an oversized computer monitor, pictures and texts as well as audio and video files can be displayed. The possibilities of representation on this new white board, the whiteboard, seem to be almost unlimited compared to the traditional blackboard. But with the help of the board things cannot just be better represented, the computer-connected board can, in addition, be used by teachers and pupils as a universal tool. On it, content in a new - that is interactive - form can be searched online, organised and presented in the classroom.

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Mobile Learning I

Increasing mobility is a dominant characteristic of the present age. Here the school just follows a general social trend. But with growing mobility not only new devices are coming to the fore but also new concepts of learning are being developed as well as new ways of cooperation between pupils and pupils and pupils and teachers. By now the iPad has established itself as one of the most frequently used mobile learning devices. Is that an irrational hype or does the iPad really mark a turning in mobile learning? The various possibilities of interaction are a particular strength of the mobile device. Because of the huge amount of technical potentialities mobile learning tools such as the iPad will certainly have a lasting impact on future instruction and will change it considerably. Moreover, the new technology also offers the chance to reconsider contents and methods of teaching and learning and redefine them. Implemented with reason, the iPad will provide a creative and positive effect on education and schools.

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We spend a large part of our lives telling stories. Stories we read, listen to, watch – or tell others ourselves.

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School Caching

A treasure hunt in nature… and with GPS devices! Geocaching has been a real trend with lovers of nature for long and now more and more schools discover that pupils can be encouraged to head out into nature and, moreover, that learning content can be communicated creatively in this way. The pupils get the coordinates for the next station only by solving a maths problem, for example, or the various answer options are linked to coordinates. In addition, geocaching promotes thinking and working in groups and can be used to improve classroom community. In this DVD, a school class demonstrates us a school caching organised by their teachers in the Swabian Alps, the development of an educational cache and how GPS works. With the extensive accompanying material the didactic DVD is ideally suited for use in the classroom.

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There are a lot of things in the world whose functioning and appearance were determined even before they are perceived or before they occur.

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Active Classroom

Movement is healthy! It furthers activation or relaxation, strengthens the muscles and improves coordination. Often a few minutes are enough when during lessons you have short breaks for action units in the classroom. Sabrina Schamberger and Sherin Watzlawzyk-Sutter demonstrate with their classes how, apart from the acquisition of knowledge, also various groups of muscles can be trained during lessons. Activating movement games stimulate the circulatory system and offer relaxation from concentrating and sitting still. Rock music does not only help during short games, it also sets the rhythm for dances of various degrees of difficulty.

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Informatics interdisciplinary

The video game Minecraft is one of today’s most popular games. At the same time, it is one of the few video games that are used in lessons worldwide.  Minecraft was first published for PCs in 2009 and is meanwhile also available on smartphones, tablets and various game consoles. With over 120 million licences sold, Minecraft is one of the most successful video games in the world. Due to the various editions and game modes, Minecraft can be played alone or with partners. The multiplayer mode is not limited to PCs networked by cable, but is meanwhile alsoavailable on a cross-platform basis via WLAN on various terminal devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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3D Printing

Layer by layer, a three-dimensional form is being created here – a chess piece. Just like that, from a printer – however, a special one: a 3D printer. Thus, the dream of being able to manufacture three-dimensional pieces yourself at home becomes reality.

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Photography II

Anyone who is able to master the technology of his camera can expose a photo correctly, knows how to handle exposure time and aperture – but only those who can design their photos, compose their pictures properly, know how to direct the viewer’s attention and are able to lend a message to their pictures, truly master photography.

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