Presentation on “Competency-based implementation of the ICM” @ Tag der Lehre und des Lernens 2014 – HAW Hamburg

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.

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This combination has a great potential …

Followup: The video “Tag der Lehre und des Lernens 2014” is available on YouTube:

Train ride with the “Dark Lord”

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!

First AIM student poster research conference on Entrepreneurship

On June 18, 2014 the first AIM student poster research conference took place at HAW Hamburg. Together with co-instructor Stephan Beier, I organised the printing and hanging of the students’ posters.

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Dean Dr. Pape awarded three students with the instructor’s best poster award.

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Here is one of the awarded posters. It was prepared by Dawid Szmigielski:

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Margitta Holler and Ivan Belyaev filmed the event and interviewed some of the participants. The video will be posted later on YouTube.

Stephan Beier and I would like to thank Dr. Pape, Margitta Holler and Ivan Belyaev as well as all visitors and students for participating in the event!

Presentation on ICM @ E-Learning Roundtable – HAW Hamburg

Stephan Beier and I presented a shortened version of our slides from the “Tag der Lehre 2013” at the “E-Learning Roundtable” of HAW Hamburg.

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Consistently, colleagues are fascinated by the inverted classroom model. Again, we received a very positive feedback and encouraging comments from the audience, which keeps us motivated and rewards us for the efforts of the last years.

@ Christoph Wegmann: Thank you very much for the invitation!

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