September 22, 2021

Hackathon - Five tools for tomorrow's learning.

The first didactic hackathon of the MakEd_digital project will take place on 15 & 16 October 2021 at the Ludwigsburg University of Education. The open problem-solving conference offers a creative, hands-on field of experimentation and networks practitioners of digital teaching.

As a project of the Professional School of Education Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg, MakEd_digital aims to use techniques from the maker movement to strengthen digitalisation-related competences in teacher training and, in this context, is organising a two-day didactic hackathon on 15 & 16 October 2021 at the PH Ludwigsburg. The target group is teachers in schools and universities who can work together in small teams to think about and develop new modules for digital teaching. The format of the hackathon as a creative problem-solving conference, where participants can network without pressure from work or status in a mixture of learning, making and informal exchange while doing things together, comes from the IT scene.

The organisers will provide catering, space and tools for the two days of the hackathon and will supervise the teams in the rooms of the PH Ludwigsburg. The event is taking place with the support and in cooperation with the partners of the Professional School of Education Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg (PSE Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg).

Information on registration can be found at www.maked-digital.de/hackathon

Registration deadline: 3 October

While the organisers of a hackathon benefit from the ideas of the models produced, the gain for the participants is the exchange with like-minded people, albeit under the sporting impetus of advancing time. The result is a dynamic, solution-oriented design process that is as free as it is informed, which is why it is currently becoming increasingly popular as an event format.

The tasks that form the core of the hackathon come from an ongoing online survey in which pedagogical practitioners are asked what difficulties but also utopias they associate with digital teaching. This approach ensures the practical relevance of the tasks.

Contact

Anne Nörthemann, Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg, Hochschulkommunikation/Pressereferentin, Reuteallee 46, 71634 Ludwigsburg,Raum 1.231, Tel.: 07141140-780; E-Mail

Expert Contact:

Anne Nörthemann, Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg, Hochschulkommunikation/Pressereferentin, Reuteallee 46, 71634 Ludwigsburg,Raum 1.231, Tel.: 07141140-780; E-Mail

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