Tag der Informatik Fachdidaktik 2013

Mittwoch 13-3-13

AULA PH STEIERMARK
HASNERPLATZ 12

9:00 Registrierung

9:30 Eröffnung

Keynotes

Univ.-Doz. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. MartinEbner: Warum Open Educational Resources? (Nachlese)

11:15 – 12:45 Workshop Reihe 1 (Nachlese)
Detailprogramm

  • Die Pixeltafel -Interactive Whiteboards – Chance oder Risiko?
  • Informatiker/innen im Fieber der Neuen Medien
  • Kompetenzorientierte Informatikmatura
  • Die digitale Schnitzeljagd
  • Android App-Entwicklung ohne Programmierkenntnisse!
  • Mehr WIE als WAS: mit Mediendidaktik zu einem besseren Unterricht
  • Desktop-Virtualisierung und cloud4education
  • Softwarevirtualisierung - praktische Lösungen um jedes Programm ohne Installation auszuführen bzw. portabel zu machen

14:00 – 15:30 Workshop Reihe 2 (Nachlese)
Detailprogramm

  • Virtual School - Standardisierte Lösungen zur einfachen Verwaltung von Schulnetzwerken
  • Windows 8 Tablets
  • Kids im Netz - Projekte zum Thema Informatik an Grundschulen
  • Photocomposing
  • Objektorientiertes Programmieren mit Alice
  • Spieleprogrammierung mit den XNA Gamestudio
  • Wordpress - Der digitale CollegeBLOG
  • Einstieg in OER am Beispiel des Schulbuch-O-Mat (Nachlese)

15:45 – 16:30 Abschlussplenum

Scratch und Kreativität

Mitch Resnick: Scratch und Kreativität

18.8.2014 16:55 TU Graz

Anmeldung bis 14.8. http://catrob.at/anmeldung

SOWING THE SEEDS FOR A MORE CREATIVE SOCIETY

In today's rapidly-changing society, people must continually come up
with creative solutions to unexpected problems. More than ever before,
success is based not on what you know, but on your ability to think
and act creatively. But there is a problem. Most activities in
children's lives, whether it's lessons in the classroom or games in
the living room, are not designed to help children develop as creative
thinkers. In this presentation, we will discuss new technologies and
activities designed specifically to help children learn to think
creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. We will
focus particularly on Scratch, a programming environment and online
community that enables children (ages 8 and up) to create their own
interactive stories, games, animations, and simulations -- and share
their creations with one another online (http://scratch.mit.edu).

Mitchel Resnick


Mitchel Resnick, Professor of Learning Research at the MIT Media
Lab, develops new technologies and activities to engage people
(especially children) in creative learning experiences. His Lifelong
Kindergarten research group developed ideas and technologies
underlying the LEGO Mindstorms robotics kits and Scratch programming
software, used by millions of young people around the world. He also
co-founded the Computer Clubhouse project, an international network of
100 after-school learning centers for youth from low-income
communities. Resnick earned a BS in physics from Princeton, and an MS
and PhD in computer science from MIT. He was awarded the McGraw Prize
in Education in 2011.

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