Teichmann, Malte | Vladova, Gergana | Gronau, Norbert
Conception of Subject-Oriented Learning - A meso-didactic design framework for learning scenarios for manufacturing
Competence development must change at all didactic levels to meet the new requirements triggered by digitization. Unlike classic learning theories and the resulting popular approaches (e.g., sender-receiver model), future-oriented vocational training must include new learning theory impulses in the discussion about competence acquisition. On the one hand, these impulses are often very well elaborated on the theoretical side, but the transfer into innovative learning environments - such as learning factories - is often still missing. On the other hand, actual learning factory (design) approaches often concentrate primarily on the technical side. Subject-oriented learning theory enables the design of competence development-oriented vocational training projects in learning factories in which persons can obtain relevant competencies for digitization. At the same time, such learning theory approaches assume a potentially infinite number of learning interests and reasons. Following this, competence development is always located in an institutional or organizational context. The paper conceptionally answers how this theoryimmanent challenge is synthesizable with the reality of organizationally competence development requirements.
|Teichmann, Malte; Vladova, Gergana; Gronau, Norbert
|SSRN Electronic Journal
|13th Conference on Learning Factories, CLF 2023
|Subject-oriented learning; learning scenario for manufacturing; didactic framework; action problems; didactic concept