I directed, filmed and edited a series of educational videos for our Project “Klimakids” about Climate Change education in schools. We asked students to explain a scientific experiment they liked and explain the science behind it Continue reading Videos: Making Learning VisibleComments closed
Photo For Life is an innovative web and TV format. It produced for ARTE, a French-German TV channel, by BBC Worldwide France (TV) and Delasource (Web). I was the online community manager for the show. Photo For Life combines a TV Masterclass for talented photographers with an eMasterclass for young photographers on the web. The mentor and the teacher of the Masterclass is Italian photographer Oliviero Toscani. Toscani is best-known worldwide for designing controversial advertising campaigns with shocking, realistic images for Benetton in the 1980s and 1990s. Photo For Life was inspired by BBC’s former experience with a series called “Design for Life” led by French designer Philipp Starck.
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John Hattie told us the story underlying the data of his huge meta study Visible Learning. There is an enhanced role for teachers, because students seek feedback. And feedback works best when you think first of feedback that is received not given. Together with my colleague and co-author Regine Berger we interviewed John Hattie about “Visible Learning”. We were especially interested to know how to implement his findings schools. And also how to best train the teachers. You can also read the Interview in German on www.visiblelearning.de.
Is Visible Learning equally good for all ages?
Which age specific differences should schools consider when implementing visible learning?
I was interested in 4-20 year olds and for every influence was very keen to evaluate any moderators – but found very few indeed. The story underlying the data seems applicable to this age range.
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I developed a WordPress fullscreen portfolio website for French interior architect and designer Frédérique Mortier d’Aumont. She asked me to conceive and realize a dynamic portfolio website with a fullscreen design, so that she can easily add new content by herself. The website should be beautiful, easy to use and easy to update. The reader should get a quick overview and a great impression of Frédérique’s work and creative process.
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