Video-based Learning through Research on Sustainability: Student Crowd Research (SCoRe)
SCoRe is an interdisciplinary joint project which uses Design-Based Research (DBR) as a methodological framework to develop and conduct research on a digital space for inquiry and learning.
The project is based on the already existing Virtual Academy of Sustainability which offers video-based courses on sustainable development to students. The courses are free of charge and can be integrated in curricula at German universities.
The main idea of the SCoRe project can be found in its title: Video-based Learning through Research on Sustainability: Student Crowd Research. Video-based Learning means that SCoRe uses innovative video technology. Learning through Research indicates the didactical core of the project: research-based learning. Research on Sustainability describes the subject matter of the digital space while Student Crowd Research refers to its main condition: the high number of students doing research-based learning.
The sub-project Research-based Learning carried out at the Hamburg Center for University Teaching and Learning (HUL) focusses on teaching and learning issues: How can research-based learning with video be implemented in the context of the many? Which learning outcomes can be achieved under which conditions? Different levels of research orientation, different areas of didactical decisions and the high level of inter- and transdisciplinarity in sustainability research gain special attention.
|Funding||Funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research|
|Term||October 2018–March 2022|
Alexa Kristin Brase
|Keywords||Research-based Learning, Video, Sustainability, Design-Based Research|