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Friday, June 15

10:00 CEST

Code Literacy: Survival Skills für Nicht-Programmierer*innen
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Inzwischen hat es sogar die Politik mitbekommen: Vor uns liegt unerforschtes digitales Neuland. In dieser Session wollen wir uns der Frage widmen: Müssen wir wirklich alle programmieren können, um am digitalen Leben teilzunehmen? Oder ist es nicht vielmehr wichtiger, ein digitales Mindset zu entwickeln, um eine Möglichkeit zur kulturellen Teilhabe in der digitalen Gesellschaft zu haben? Anders ausgedrückt: Welche survival skills brauchen wir mutigen Forscher*innen im digitalen Neuland? Natalie Sontopski wird in ihrer Session diese Fragen diskutieren und euch daneben noch nützlich Werkzeuge, Dienste und Anlaufstellen für alle diejenigen vorstellen, die ihre code literacy gerne verbessern möchten.

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Natalie Sontopski

Code Girls
Natalie Sontopski hat sich ganz der digitalen Kultur verschrieben: Im Komplexlabor Digitale Kultur der HS Merseburg gestaltet sie experimentelle Anordnungen von Praxiserfahrungen, um diese in vermittelnde Formate zu transformieren und für das Thema Digitale Kultur zu sensibilisieren... Read More →

Friday June 15, 2018 10:00 - 10:45 CEST
5 — Backstage

11:00 CEST

Make Learning Come Alive
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One sized curriculum, one subject area focus, standardized assessments, command and control, no choice are principals of the past. Anyhow these are still issues students and teaches struggle with at schools today. Coming from a time of the industrial revolution these principals are largely outdated. We need to make a paradigm shift in education and prepare children to live a happy and fulfilled life, in which they live up to their potential and get prepared for challenges of the 21st century. Project Based Learning (PBL) prepares students for academic, personal, and career success. It provides relevant learning experiences and readies young people to rise to the challenges of their lives and the world they will inherit. Through PBL students can make meaning in their lives and the lives of others by generating new ideas, solutions and products. The talk will show how Kiel International School aspires a modern learning experience that makes everyone involved come alive and passionate about learning.
Carol started the founding initiative for Kiel International School. She is a personal and organizational development coach and works as a project coordinator for The Bay Areas Network.

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Carol Clark

Initiator & Co-founder, Kiel International School | founding initiative
Kiel International School (KIS) is a school start-up in founding. KIS will offer a programme of high-quality international education. By creating a trusting and safe learning atmosphere KIS wants to encourage students 3 to 19 years of age to become active, optimistic, compassionate... Read More →

Friday June 15, 2018 11:00 - 11:45 CEST
5 — Backstage

12:00 CEST

Why YouTube?
Open talk and Q&A about the chances and dangers of YouTube for businesses

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Paul Schulte

Ultralativ are trying to make sense and explain the often absurd world of YouTube and social media.

Friday June 15, 2018 12:00 - 12:45 CEST
8 — PacMan Stage

13:00 CEST

How to teach Entrepreneurship
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Florian Schatz

Florian Schatz was a co-founder of getDigital for 15 years and now teaches e-commerce and entrepreneurship at FH Wedel, university of applied sciences.

Friday June 15, 2018 13:00 - 13:45 CEST
8 — PacMan Stage