Backward Design

Backward Design, which is used in education, is a process to design learning experiences and instructional techniques to achieve specific learning outcomes. This method can be counted to the top-down approaches. Top-down versus Bottom-up The top–down approach goes from the general to the specific, and the bottom–up approach begins at the specific and moves to Read More …

Active Strategies in Flipped Learning

Some years ago, I had a bad experience: My laptop display was broken and showed black spots and strange color effects. I found a reseller for computer parts who offers a cheap replacement. The problem – I never did change a display! First self-experience I checked in YouTube for instructions and found a short video. Read More …

Group Space

What is the Group Space? The term Learning Space refers to a physical setting for a learning environment. Traditionally, it is the place where teaching (or learning) occurs. An example for a learning space is the classroom as a classic standard of learning space. Group space (or group learning space) description This term addresses joint Read More …