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Friday, August 28 • 15:00 - 16:30
Workshop: Video Games as Gamechanger in the Classroom? (II)

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To register for the workshop, please send an e-mail to gcc@booster-space.com with your name, the workshop title and the desired time. You will receive the access data for the workshop in a separate e-mail after successful registration.

Video games are not only a productive subject for school lessons as a diverse cultural asset. They can also be used directly in school learning. The two-stage workshop is therefore aimed at teachers* who want to learn more about topics and characteristics of video games that are suitable for teaching. Two workshops build on each other:

Firstly, a beginners' workshop aims to give an overview of current concepts from the subjects of history and German, to find specific information and to develop initial ideas.
In a second workshop, participants with advanced knowledge design teaching concepts in small groups. Together, they identify points of contact for their lessons and exchange ideas.

Some of the visitors from the beginners' workshop can continue with the second workshop.

Educators have the opportunity to have their participation in a gamescom congress workshop credited as a further education measure by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. To receive a certificate of participation, please send a screenshot of the online seminar, which you will take towards the end of the workshop, to the following e-mail address: h.wallbott@koelnmesse.de

Speakers
avatar for Annegret Montag

Annegret Montag

Research Associate, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
After completing her teacher training with the subjects German and Politics and Economics for grammar schools, she first taught as a teacher for special assignments at the University of Kassel. After a year as a lecturer for talents and serious games at the game - Verband der deutschen... Read More →
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Dr. Nico Nolden

Research Associate, Leibniz University Hannover
Dr. Nico Nolden has been teaching and researching in Public History at Leibniz Universität Hannover since 2019. His focus is on history in digital games and virtual reality. From 2014-2019 he built up the historians' GameLab and the games library at the University of Hamburg. His... Read More →


Friday August 28, 2020 15:00 - 16:30 CEST
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