Peter Edelsbrunner: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2019
|Name||Dr. Peter Edelsbrunner|
c/o Frau Claudia Boschung
Clausiusstrasse 59, RZ H 25
Inst. f. Verhaltenswissenschaften
|Telephone||+41 44 632 54 36|
|Fax||+41 44 632 12 19|
|Department||Humanities, Social and Political Sciences|
|851-0238-01L||Support and Diagnosis of Knowledge Acquisition Processes (EW3) |
Enrolment only possible with matriculation in Teaching Diploma (except for students of Sport Teaching Diploma, who complete the sport-specific course unit EW3) and for students who intend to enrol in the "Teaching Diploma"
Prerequisites: successful participation in 851-0240-00L "Human Learning (EW1)".
|3 credits||3S||P. Edelsbrunner, C. M. Thurn|
|Abstract||In this seminar students learn advanced techniques to support and to diagnose knowledge acquisition processes in school.|
|Objective||The main goals are:|
(1) You have a deep understanding about the cognitive mechanisms of knowledge acquisition.
(2) You have a basic understanding about psychological test theory and can appropriately administer tests.
(3) You know various techniques of formative assessment and can apply these to uncover students' misconceptions.
|851-0240-17L||Designing Learning Environments for School: Educational Foundations (EW2 TC)|
- Prerequisite: successful participation in 851-0240-00L "Human Learning (EW1)".
- Addresses to students enrolled in "Teaching Certificate in a non-college Discipline (TC)".
- The simultaneous enrolment in course 851-0240-25 Designing Learning Environments for School: Vocational Education (EW2 TC)" is recommended, but not a mandatory prerequisite.
|2 credits||1V||E. Stern, P. Edelsbrunner|
|Abstract||Teaching is also a craft. In this lecture, students get to know and, wherever possible, also practice practical aspects of the teaching profession within the framework of relevant theories rom the Learning Sciences.|
|Objective||Students acquire basic knowledge and skills needed for planning, preparing, and implementing effective instruction. They can reflect and adapt these skills based on knowledge about findings from research in the learning sciences.|
|Content||We discuss characteristics of successful lessons and how to design such lessons by using curricula and lesson plans, teaching goals, classroom management, and a variety of teaching methods.|
|Lecture notes||The lecture comprises interactive parts where the participants elaborate and extend their knowledge and skills. Thus, there is no comprehensive written documentation of the lecture. The participants can download presentation slides, learning materials, and templates from "Moodle".|
|Literature||The necessary literature can be downloaded from "Moodle".|
|Prerequisites / Notice||The lecture EW2 can only be attended by students who already successfully completed the lecture Human Learning (EW1).|
There will be two independent lectures for different groups of students. You will get further information in an email at the beginning of the semester.
|851-0242-08L||Research Methods in Educational Science |
Number of participants limited to 30.
This course unit can only be enroled after successful participation in, or imultaneous enrolment in the course 851-0240-00L "Human Learning (EW 1)" .
|1 credit||1S||P. Edelsbrunner, T. Braas, Z. Lue, C. M. Thurn|
|Abstract||Literature from learning sciences will be read and discussed. Research methods will be in focus.|
At the first meeting all participants will be allocated to working groups and two further meetings will be set up with the groups.
In the small groups students will write critical short essays about the read literature. The essays will be presented and discussed in the plenum at the third meeting.
|Objective||- Understand research methods used in the empirical educational sciences|
- Understand and critically examine information from scientific journals and media
- Understand pedagogically relevant findings from the empirical educational sciences