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Title: Erklärt sich von selbst? Erklärvideos und Tutorials als Grundlage des Flipped Classroom
Language: German
Authors: Scharf, Martin 
Issue Date: 2021
The digital transformation in the education system is currently a much-discussed topic. Now it is even being considered to teach computer science in elementary school in order to familiarize pupils early on with the importance of IT systems in everyday life. But talking about digital transformation does not just mean changing the way you choose your subjects, there also must be a change in the way teaching meterials are approached. Right now, one can observe how young people independently acquire new abilities with the help of YouTube videos in their free time. This ranges from make-up tips to guitar lessons and handicraft skills that you would learn as part of a vocational training. The advantage of this is that theses videos are always available and can be viewed as often as one likes. In addition, there is not just one, but several videos from different producers for each topic, so that each viewer can adapt the learning content to their own needs. All these videos are freely accessible via Youtube, so you can talk about a democratization of knowledge: Every student, even those whose parents can't afford tutoring or music lessons, is able to learn something new.
On the other hand, the democratization also leads to problems. By being able to upload videos independently, regardless of their level of knowledge, there is no guarantee that this will be secure knowledge. In the most innocent case, it can lead to a wrong answered question in an exam. In the worst case, a virally shared video with false information can promote hate speech and populism. Knowledge-transferring videos are a powerful tool for digital transformation. That is why universities and colleges must deal with the question of how they can use this tool for themselves. To what extent can videos support lectures held by a physically present lecturer? To what extent can they change classical teaching structures? And how big is the effort to produce videos on your own or in a small team? This thesis should approach an answer to these questions.
Institute: Fakultät Design, Medien und Information 
Department Medientechnik 
Type: Thesis
Thesis type: Bachelor Thesis
Advisor: Wilkens, Matthias 
Referee: Willaschek, Wolfgang 
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