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DPG-Lehrerfortbildung — Astronomie
01 Jul 2024 - 05 Jul 2024 • Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
Abstract:
Diese fachliche DPG-Fortbildung behandelt exemplarisch ausgewählte Themen der Astronomie, zum einen von den physikalischen Grundlagen her, zum anderen auch für den direkten Einsatz im Unterricht. Von der Geschichte der Erforschung des Sonnensystems mit Hilfe der Raumfahrt, Betrieb einer Schulsternwarte, einfachen Beobachtungen und Rechnungen geht es über Planeten und Exoplaneten zum Weltraumwetter, von der Multimessenger-Astronomie, Durchmusterung der Milchstraße und deren Schwarzen Loch zur Entfernungsbestimmung im Universum, und von visuellen und Teleskopbeobachtungen sowie dem „Paradoxon“ des dunklen Nachthimmels bis hin zur Darstellung von Physik und Astronomie in Filmen.
Event listing ID:
1602092
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Dagstuhl-Seminar — Art, Visual Illusions, and Data Visualization
21 Jul 2024 - 26 Jul 2024 • Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany
Organizer:
Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik
Abstract:
In summary, in our Dagstuhl Seminar we want to approach and explore the concept of learning from different angles. Besides considering technological developments, the seminar equally addresses aspects of data and model understanding, transdisciplinary methodology and applications, science communication, and education.
Event listing ID:
1589551
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DPG-Lehrerfortbildung — Schwingungen und Wellen in der Physik
22 Jul 2024 - 26 Jul 2024 • Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
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CSEE&T 2024 — Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training
29 Jul 2024 - 01 Aug 2024 • Würzburg, Germany
Abstract:
In a world increasingly driven by software, the role of a software engineer has never been more paramount. From the smartphones in our hands to the most intricate space exploration missions, software systems are at the very heart. Yet, as these systems continue to evolve in size, complexity, and importance, the education and training methods to prepare the next generation of software engineers must be equally adaptive and forward-looking. Over the past three decades, Software Engineering Education and Training (SEE&T) has continually risen to these evolving challenges. Initially, the focus was on defining the role of software engineers and how SEE&T integrates into broader engineering and computer science curricula. The current landscape, however, is shifting the focus towards enhanced knowledge transfer, emphasizing experiential learning, and aligning academic teaching with real-world industrial demands. The importance of effective communication, whether with clients or peers, the rising trend of project-based and problem-driven learning methodologies, and the symbiotic relationship between academia and industry form the very essence of modern SEE&T.
Abstract submission deadline:
28 Jan 2024
Event listing ID:
1589336
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DPG-Lehrerfortbildung — Geschichte der Quantenphysik / Quantenphysik im Alltag
21 Oct 2024 - 25 Oct 2024 • Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
Abstract:
Rechtzeitig vor Beginn des Quantenjahres 2025, in dem die Quantenmechanik 100 Jahre alt wird, will die Fortbildung zur Geschichte der Quantenphysik Lehrerinnen und Lehrer auch historisch einmal auf den neusten Stand bringen. Zu oft werden im Physikunterricht Anekdoten und vermeintliche Geschichten wiederholt, die lange widerlegt sind: von h wie Hilfsgröße zu Heisenbergs Heureka auf Helgoland. Darüber hinaus können Episoden aus der Physikgeschichte auch im Unterricht didaktisch sinnvoll eingesetzt werden und helfen zudem, ein realistischeres Bild von der physikalischen Forschung zu geben.
Event listing ID:
1602038
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DPG-Lehrerfortbildung — Lehren und Lernen mit und über KI in Physik
17 Nov 2024 - 20 Nov 2024 • Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
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Dagstuhl Research Meeting — Turtle Hack: Programmieren statt programmiert werden
24 Nov 2024 - 29 Nov 2024 • Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany
Organizer:
Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik
Abstract:
This workshop brings together researchers and educators with a common mission: empowering students to become creative problem-solvers in a yet-unknown future. Central to our cause is the XLogoOnline learning environment, that is already embraced by a thriving community of over 100,000 learners each year. Developed collaboratively by leading universities and institutions such as ETH Zurich, Max-Planck-Institute of Technology, and University of Trier, this platform aims at providing the means to foster algorithmic problem-solving in compulsory schooling from primary to higher secondary school. Turtle Hack brings stakeholders together and serves as a nexus for sharing visions and expertise. We plan and discuss the future of our platform, guiding its trajectory for years to come. From workshops to brainstorming sessions, Turtle Hack is where theory meets practice, nurturing the next generation of programmers and innovators.
Event listing ID:
1589413


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