Thinking Digitally About Diversity
Digitalisation and diversity are very relevant and socially significant issues in educational policy – both in teacher education and beyond. The aim of this conference is to look at the two areas together: How do digitalisation and diversity influence, complement, and strengthen each other? In exploring this question, the following perspectives will be illuminated in particular:
How can diversity be addressed with the help of digital media?
- What (new) opportunities for internal differentiation or individual support arise from digitalisation?
- What contribution can digitalisation make to inclusion and accessibility?
- To what extent are transitions facilitated by digital concepts?
Can we use digital media to practise, test and learn about how to work with diversity?
- What role do exercises with virtual/augmented reality scenarios (VR/AR) play in dealing competently with heterogeneous learning groups?
- Are instructional video vignettes suitable for learning how to deal with heterogeneous groups?
- How can other digital tools help us learn how to work in and with heterogeneous groups?