13 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
Playing – Learning – Working
Hochschullernwerkstätten between cooperation and collaboration
Date 13 Feb 2019 - 13:00 15 Feb 2019 - 13:00
Prof. Stadler-Altmann Ulrike
The conference topic offers different accesses and versions. As a temporal continuum, "playing - learning - working" is founded in an anthropologically theoretical approach. According to Fröbel, the free and self-acted playing in the early Childhood is the most effective self-educational method given by the educators (cf. Neumann, Sauerbrey, Winkler 2010).
Following Dewey's theory, learning in the mode of joint working is the core educational business. Consequently and correspondingly to constructive learning, the Hochschulllernwerkstatt could become the key piece in apprenticeship and research by interlacing interests of the respective searchers in a theory practice transfer (cf. Stadler-Altmann 2015; Winkler & Stadler-Altmann 2016)
The conference topic is suited as a description of the educational real situation „between cooperation and collaboration“, likewise to the analysis of contextual factors in the educational research (cf. Windzio & Teltemann 2013). Therefore, Hochschullernwerkstätten are the place in which inter alia- working or operating, discussion and reflection in situations of playing, learning and working are central and in which a -maybe pragmatically seen- cooperation becomes a collaborative work item.
- Neumann, K., Sauerbrey, U. & Winkler, M. (2010) (eds.): Fröbelpädagogik im Kontext der Moderne. Bildung, Erziehung und soziales Handeln. Garamond: Verlag IKS.
- Windzio M., Teltemann J. (2013) Empirische Methoden zur Analyse kontextueller Faktoren in der Bildungsforschung. In: Becker R., Schulze A. (eds.) Bildungskontexte. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
- Winkler, G.; Stadler-Altmann, U. (2016), EduSpace Lernwerkstatt in the Library – a collaboration project between the Faculty of Education and the Library. Vortrag, IATUL: Bolzano.
The Team of EduSpace-Lernwerkstatt at the Free University of Bolzano/Faculty for Education and the library: Elisabeth Dalla Torre, Enrico A. Emili, Susanne Schumacher, Ulrike Stadler-Altmann, Gerda Winkler