Symposium on the Future of Learning | Workshop 4
Hermann Morgenbesser | “Demonstrations and Digital Storytelling in the Learning Zones of the Future Learning Lab”
The Future Learning Lab follows the educational and pedagogical concept of the EUN’s Future Classroom Lab. This new space will offer a well-equipped environment for learning. According the Learning Zones of the FCL, workshops in the three different FLL areas of Investigation, Creation and Presentation will be taking place.
Investigate: Show the determination of provenance of food from regional production in Austria on the basis of multi-element and isotopic fingerprinting. The thematic focus of the project Classroom Science Interaction „CSI: TRACE your FOOD“ is the systematic determination of unique chemical fingerprints in food from different regions in Austria for the unambiguous determination of origin.
Create: Different types of stories are briefly described. Then, the workshop continues by establishing a connection between the act of storytelling and science.
Present: Amlogy, (http://amlogy.at) a start-up company will demonstrate their method of enriching books with Augmented Reality.
Hermann Morgenbesser studied at the University of Vienna. He worked as a pedagogical advisor at the MJZ Klosterneuburg from 1988 to 1995; from 1986 to 1988 he worked at BHAK and BHAS Baden. Since 1988 he has been teaching at the BG/BRG Klosterneuburg; since 2011, he has also been teaching Computer Sciences at the Klosterneuburg International School in the IB Diploma Program. Since 2000, Hermann Morgenbesser teaches at the VHS Wien Meidling in the field of Media Informatics and Digital Business. He is jointly responsible for the publication of a supplementary textbook for digitally supported work at the third level education. Since February 2017, he has been working at the University College of Teacher Education Vienna.