The Instructor as Navigator: Empirical Evidence of the Implementation of the ICM at HAW Hamburg, in: J. Handke und E.-M. Großkurth (Hrsg.), The Inverted Classroom Model – the 3rd German ICM-Conference – Proceedings, Gruyter, Berlin 2014, pp. 3 – 13. (together with Stephan Beier)
The interview is now available on YouTube:
@ Wolfgang Gruber, Christian F. Freisleben-Teutscher, Josef Weißenböck: Thank you very much for the perfect organisation!
Right after having finished our presentation at the “Tag der Lehre 2014” at HAW Hamburg, Stephan Beier and I jumped on the night train to St. Pölten in Austria. Thankfully operated by ÖBB and not DB, which was affected by a country-wide rail strike, we were heading towards the next conference at FH St. Pölten in order to participate in the “ICM Werkstatt” and to present our poster on academic research and writing at the conference “3. Tag der Lehre 2014“.
Our poster can be found at slideshare:
In the evening, we had a beer and an entertaining conversation with the German “grandmaster” of higher education, Rolf Schulmeister. A pleasant finale for two strenuous but rewarding days!
Again, Stephan Beier and I had a slot at the “Tag der Lehre 2014″ at HAW Hamburg. We presented a case study on how to align the concept of competency-based education with the inverted classroom model.
This combination has a great potential …
Followup: The video “Tag der Lehre und des Lernens 2014” is available on YouTube:
On my way to Hamburg, I met Christian Spannagel (aka Dunkelmunkel) at Frankfurt main station. Although not knowing each other personally, we both realised that we were heading towards the same pre-conference workshop at HAW Hamburg: He as presenter and I as participant. 🙂
On board of the train, we had a good conversation with respect to educational media scenarios, which was continued when Stephan Beier was joining us for sushi and beer in the evening.
Videos are available on YouTube:
@ Dark Lord: Thanks for the inspirational day!
The interviews with Philipp Schenk and me are now available on YouTube:
The interviews took place during the AIM Student Poster Research Conference on 18 June 2014.
@ Margitta & Ivan: Thank you very much!