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Based on the MOOC 'Discovering Greek & Roman Cities', the commentary reflects the challenges and perspectives of digital historical learning on the level of academic discussion, the education of teachers and the implementation in schools. For this purpose, facets of the academic historical education discourse on digital historical learning are linked with the structure and experiences of the MOOC in order to derive impulses for the design of digital teaching and the goals and processes of digital and analog teaching with regard to digital historical-cultural offers. The focus is on the aspects of learning group differentiation, changed communication and multilingualism as well as historical and historical-didactic media competence and the integration of factual sources.
|Title of host publication||Think! Historically: Teaching History and the Dialogue of Disciplines|
|Subtitle of host publication||Geschichtsdidaktische Perspektive auf die 'Vormoderne'|
|Editors||Sebastian Barsch , Katharina Wesselmann, Laura Arias Ferrer|
|Place of Publication||Kiel|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
- Ancient Cities
- cultural heritage
- online education
- digital age
- 1 Finished
Ancient Cities: Teaching and learning in the digital ageFeuser, S., Brouns, F. M. R., Blömer, M., Duplouy, A., Malmberg, S., Merten, S., Videbech, C., Zambon, A. & Zarmakoupi, M., 3 May 2022, In: Journal of Archaeology and Education. 6, 3, p. 1-38 19 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-reviewOpen Access
Ancient Cities. Teaching and learning in the digital ageBlömer, M., Brouns, F. M. R., Duplouy, A., Feuser, S., Malmberg, S., Merten, S., Videbech, C. & Zarmakoupi, M., Jun 2020.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › AcademicOpen AccessFile