Editorial: Hybrid Learning Landscapes in vocational education

Autor/innen

  • Daniel Pittich TU München School of Education https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0010-864X
  • Ralf Tenberg Technische Universität Darmstadt, Humanwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Arbeitsbereich Technikdidaktik

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48513/joted.v8i2.208

Abstract

Digitalization and the use of digital media in vocational education has received a massive boost again, not least due to the Corona pandemic and the associated restrictions on present instruction. However, the implementation of digital media and digital learning environments poses new challenges that affect both the conceptual design of lessons and their media implementation. Furthermore, it affects the provision, management and use of the necessary digital infrastructure with all relevant changes or extensions in the teaching-learning interaction. In order to meet these challenges, an approach for teaching-learning arrangements and environments was developed, which combines the basic ideas and premises of competence-oriented classroom teaching with digital learning environments interlocked and consistently implemented. This is known as Hybrid Learning Landscapes and is currently in a test phase in the states of Bavaria and Hesse.

Veröffentlicht

2020-10-12