31. May 2022, 6.00 pm | Erfurt School of Education, Faculty of Education, Education, School, and Behaviour, Central events

Nachgefragt: Wie kann man lernen, problemlösende Unterrichtsgespräche zu führen?

Ringvorlesung im Sommersemester 2022
University of Erfurt
Prof. Dr. Manfred Lüders and Prof. Dr. Heike Hahn (Universität Erfurt)
Event type

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Manfred Lüders and Prof. Dr. Heike Hahn (University of Erfurt) as part of the lecture series in the summer semester 2022.

About the Lecture

Since the so-called "PISA shock", people have been thinking about how teaching in schools must change in order to impart competences of problem solving, knowledge transfer and subject-specific argumentation. Very often, reference is made in this context to cognitively activating teaching. An important methodological element of cognitively activating teaching is leading conversations that challenge students to think along with others and support joint problem solving. The lecture deals with the question of how such a way of leading a conversation can be learned. Characteristics of cognitively activating conversation will be presented and insight will be given into a training programme for developing the corresponding skills. The characteristics and the programme will be explained using examples of cognitively activating mathematics teaching at primary schools.

About the series

The joint lecture series of the University of Erfurt and the University of Applied Sciences starts a new season in April. In the summer semester, everything will revolve around "Digitalisation in Teacher Education". Under the title "Nachgefragt: Was braucht eine zukunftsfähige Lehrer*innenbildung?" (Inquired: What does a sustainable teacher education need?), the following questions will be answered, among others: Do teachers need certain personality traits, the right genes, to be able to teach well? What does cooperation in school and university mean? How can one learn to conduct problem-solving classroom discussions? How do I recognise educational myths and why are they a problem? What relevance do aesthetic educational processes have in schools beyond art lessons and how can student teachers acquire competences to stimulate, accompany and reflect on these processes?

The event will take place digitally – on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 pm. All interested parties are cordially invited to attend. The lectures will be streamed live on the Youtube channel of the University of Erfurt (https://www.youtube.com/c/UniErfurtLive). Registration is not required.

Contact person for the lecture series in the summer semester

Dr. Sina Westa
Project Coordinator "QUALITEACH"
(Erfurt School of Education)
Mitarbeitergebäude 1 / Raum 0209