Smart Learning – Media use in craft further eduaction (BMBF)

see also the corresponding project homepage

Traditional continuing education concepts in the craft sector are based on face-to-face events and are implemented with a large practical relevance, ie with practical exercises and instructions in workshops as well as construction site excursions. Since the participants are mostly fully employed, further education requires a high level of self-motivation and stamina in addition to their work and family life.


The main focus of the project is the development and testing

  • a novel media didactic concept
  • the development of digital media and
  • a learning companion app

for the training as "Building Energy Advisor (HWK)".

The learning companion app tracks the learning process through a Learning Analytics component and provides the learner with customized learning objects.

 

Benefits for the learners

  • Lesson content is taught more clearly
  • Online tests allow individual learning support
  • the learning process is individually analyzed and adapted
  • Learning is possible anytime and anywhere

  

The collaborative project "Smart Learning - Media Use in Craft Training (SLHw)" is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of the funding program "Digital Media in Vocational Education and Training".

 

Projectpartners

  • Bildungs- und Technologiezentrum (BTZ) der Handwerkskammer Berlin(Gesamtprojektleitung: Dr.-Ing. Jost-Peter Kania)
  • Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, Fachbereich Informatik und Medien, Labor Online Learning (Prof Dr. Agathe Merceron)
  • Fraunhofer Institut für offene Kommunikationssysteme Berlin (FOKUS), Kompetenzzentrum FAME - Future Applications and Media (Dr.-Ing. Stefan Arbanowski, Christopher Krauss)
  • Institut für Zukunftsstudien und Technologiebewertung e.V. Berlin (IZT) (Dr. Michael Scharp)