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#LearningNetwork

#LearningNetwork

Ein Kreis mit Icons für Studierende, Lehrkräfte und Schülerinnen und Schüler. In der Mitte steht ein großer Monitor mit der Titelschrift "#LernenVernetzt", den ein Laptop und ein Smartphone umgeben. Den Icons werden Eigenschaften bzw. Bedarfe zugeteilt: Studierende besitzen Fachliche & Pädagogische Kompetenzen, Technisches Verständnis und Soziales Engagement. Den Schülerinnen und Schülern fehlt Struktur, Begleitung und Feedback. Die Lehrkräfte müssen Zusätzliche Aufgaben erfüllen bei gleichen zeitlichen Ressourcen, haben Praxiskompetenz und einen Lehrplan. Alle Parteien sind durch Pfeile in Kreisform verbunden. Ein Kreis mit Icons für Studierende, Lehrkräfte und Schülerinnen und Schüler. In der Mitte steht ein großer Monitor mit der Titelschrift "#LernenVernetzt", den ein Laptop und ein Smartphone umgeben. Den Icons werden Eigenschaften bzw. Bedarfe zugeteilt: Studierende besitzen Fachliche & Pädagogische Kompetenzen, Technisches Verständnis und Soziales Engagement. Den Schülerinnen und Schülern fehlt Struktur, Begleitung und Feedback. Die Lehrkräfte müssen Zusätzliche Aufgaben erfüllen bei gleichen zeitlichen Ressourcen, haben Praxiskompetenz und einen Lehrplan. Alle Parteien sind durch Pfeile in Kreisform verbunden. Ein Kreis mit Icons für Studierende, Lehrkräfte und Schülerinnen und Schüler. In der Mitte steht ein großer Monitor mit der Titelschrift "#LernenVernetzt", den ein Laptop und ein Smartphone umgeben. Den Icons werden Eigenschaften bzw. Bedarfe zugeteilt: Studierende besitzen Fachliche & Pädagogische Kompetenzen, Technisches Verständnis und Soziales Engagement. Den Schülerinnen und Schülern fehlt Struktur, Begleitung und Feedback. Die Lehrkräfte müssen Zusätzliche Aufgaben erfüllen bei gleichen zeitlichen Ressourcen, haben Praxiskompetenz und einen Lehrplan. Alle Parteien sind durch Pfeile in Kreisform verbunden. © LSE/M.Schwarze & E.Reh


TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS SUPPORT TEACHERS AND PUPILS IN THEIR ONLINE LEARNING AND TEACHING

The Project #LearningNetwork originated from a cooperation between the Leibniz School of Education (LSE), the Institute of Education (IEW) and the IGS-Quality-Network in Hannover and its’ region (Q-IGS) and starts where teachers, pupils and also parents are faced with quite a challenge due to the Corona crisis: teaching and learning at home.

Currently the schools are closed in order to contain the spread of the virus. However, in order to avoid a complete breakdown of lessons, teachers are currently doing their best to provide the pupils with digital tasks, give feedback and try to be there for the pupils as contact persons. While this creates a multitude of new or different tasks for teachers, students are faced with the challenge that they have to work on the tasks independently without being able to ask the teacher directly, that they can only use the digital media available to them and that they have to structure their everyday life and learning as far as possible or even completely independently. This is because parents cannot always provide sufficient support for the learning processes of children and teenagers.

For this reason, the LSConnect team at the Leibniz School of Education calls on student teachers to volunteer their time in this special situation and support both teachers and students during this special time. Of course we are aware that the current situation is difficult for all of us and not everyone has the capacity and resources to help in this way. Therefore, please see this project as one of many possibilities for social engagement.   

   What can this support look like?

Teachers need to revise all their materials, and also pick out and create new materials so that students can work on them independently at home. This is where students can help, for example, by working on or revising specific materials in consultation with the teacher, giving feedback to students or helping to design newly created online learning spaces. In this way, teachers are relieved of the burden of preparing / implementing / following up on "home learning". In addition, there is also the possibility to support individual pupils digitally as learning companions. While some pupils need support in structuring their everyday life and learning at home, other learners need help in online research or in completing tasks. Students thus have the chance to contribute to the current challenging situation and to gain more practical experience in their teacher education studies.

How does #LearningNetwork work?

In a first step, students can register via a registration form here on the website and thus indicate their willingness to get involved in this project. Subsequently, a registration form for interested school administrators, didactic directors or even individual teachers will be activated on this page at the Leibniz School of Education. Schools and teachers are matched with volunteer students and contact is established. Individual arrangements can then be made regarding the need for support.

What will happen once schools open again?

At present, it is not yet possible to foresee when and in what form classroom teaching can be resumed in schools. What is certain is that even then support will still be necessary. The project #LernenVernetzt is therefore not designed as a short-term measure, but should be a project that also enables networking between teachers and students in the longer term in order to support teachers and students in challenging situations. Therefore, support is planned until at least the end of the school year in mid-July.

I am studying Teacher Education and would like to help:
I would like to be supported by students as a teacher or principal:
New: #LearningNetworkComputerScience

Independent of the support by student teachers, students of computer science are available to schools and teachers as contact persons for questions concerning digital infrastructure and technical support  


⇢ more information on #LearningNetworkComputerScience

CURRENT NUMBER (09.06.2020)

Registered Students

116

Participating Teachers

43

Participating Schools

26

Matched Students

81

Unmatched Students

35

CONTACT OF THE LEIBNIZ SCHOOL CONNECT TEAM

Alexandra Krüger, M. Ed.
Address
Appelstraße 9
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
112
Alexandra Krüger, M. Ed.
Address
Appelstraße 9
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
112
Helene Pachale, M.Ed.
Address
Königsworther Platz 1
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
327
Helene Pachale, M.Ed.
Address
Königsworther Platz 1
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
327
Mandy Schwarze, M. A.
Address
Appelstraße 11/11a
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
Mandy Schwarze, M. A.
Address
Appelstraße 11/11a
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
More Information on the Team and the Project LSConnect Website