Digital, interactive and open: Teachers can now publicly create and share their own teaching modules on the digital.learning.lab platform.
The digital.learning.lab was developed by the Institut für Technische Bildung und Hochschuldidaktik (ITBH) at the Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH), the Behörde für Schule und Berufsbildung (BSB) and the Joachim Herz Stiftung.
Since the launch of the platform in September 2018, more than 180 building blocks have been downloaded and reused for teaching purposes at digitallearninglab.de. The offer ranges from instructions for the production of scientific podcasts to stop-motion videos for chemistry lessons and digital platforms for the joint development of short stories.
Now the platform opens and invites teachers from all over Germany to participate. Through the further development of digital.learning.lab, teachers can develop building blocks with teaching impulses and thus enter into an interactive exchange with each other. For quality assurance purposes, new content will be viewed by experts from the Hamburg School Authority and the TUHH.
Further information can be found on the website of digital.learning.lab digitallearninglab.de.
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