Use of Didactic Scenarios

Use of Didactic Scenarios (© Tim Gouw / unsplash.com) Use of Didactic Scenarios (© Tim Gouw / unsplash.com) Use of Didactic Scenarios (© Tim Gouw / unsplash.com) © Tim Gouw / unsplash.com

Courses can be prepared and given structure through scenarios. The spectrum here ranges from single lessons or appointments (e.g. for e-Feedback) to the design of an entire semester (e.g. in blended learning scenarios). The decision in favour of one (or several) methods depends on the learning objectives and the subject matter in question and includes factors such as the time structure, group organisation and the interaction of the students. It is important to remember that there is no one correct method, as specific teaching/learning situations may be characterised by a high level of complexity – for example, particular requirements in terms of content, students’ prior knowledge, room, and other factors.

The choice and structure of these methods are initially independent of the media used. Lectures can, for example, be given live or presented by video; a check test can be carried out on paper or on a screen.

The following questions can be helpful when choosing methods:

  • Is this method suitable for achieving a certain learning objective?
  • What prerequisites are there for students to use the method?
  • What organisational framework conditions need to be in place for the learning process to succeed (teaching rooms, study time, provision of materials, etc.)?
  • How should the learning process be structured? (task design, composition of groups, forms of interaction, etc.)?

OFFERS

We offer support and advice in the design of methods, using these questions as a basis and taking the use of digital media into consideration. Together with you, we can adapt the method concepts on our website to your individual teaching requirements.


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30159 Hannover
Team Mediendidaktik
Address
Schloßwender Straße 7
30159 Hannover