The workshop Digitally supported inclusive practices in education and training takes place half-day on Monday, 14 September 2020, as part of a full-day event. It will be hosted in the second half of the day and will present and discuss submitted research papers. The workshop will be held in conjunction with the DELFI-workshop Educational media technology and its inclusive potential. A multidisciplinary review of recent approaches in informal, formal and continuous education. That workshop takes place in the first half of the day and consists of invited formats only.

Due to the cooperation of both workshops and the thematic similarity, it is recommended to participate in both workshops.


Agenda

Morning Sessions (9:00 am – 12:00 pm, CEST/UTC+2)

Hosted by Educational media technology and its inclusive potential.


Afternoon Sessions (1:30 pm – 5:00 pm, CEST/UTC+2)

Hosted by Digitally supported inclusive practices in education and training.

  • 01:30 | Short introduction and presentation of main topics
  • 01:45 | 1st paper session: presentation and discussion of contributions
    • Susan Beudt, Berit Blanc, Rolf Feichtenbeiner and Marco Kähler
      Critical reflection of AI applications for persons with disabilities in vocational rehabilitation
    • Sebastian Claus and Niels Pinkwart
      How to get to school, LAYA? Conducting a participatory design workshop to design and introduce an inclusivee-learning platform into secondary math classes
  • 02:45 | Coffee break
  • 03:00 | 2nd paper session: presentation and discussion of contributions
    • Ace Parsi
      Promise and peril: Examining the role of Ed Tech for students with disabilities
    • Xiaohan Zhang, Thomas Köhler and Ulrike Lucke
      The diversity of online teaching in Chinese universities during the epidemic
    • Josefin Mueller and Hélena Gottschalk
      Diversity MOOC – Inclusion in everyday teaching. A MOOC not only for teachers at universities and schools
  • 04:30 | Wrap up, outlook and closing