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Wissensnetzwerk Schule

“IT’S MAGIC! Powerful Teaching in the 21st Century”

Our first “Wissensnetzwerk Schule” event on April, 11th 2018 was a great opportunity to get in touch with teachers from different schools. Participants took the chance to discuss pedagogical topics with colleagues and enjoyed presentations by well-known, national and international presenters.

Impressions from "Wissensnetzwerk" April 2018

The presenters

‘The Magic of Excellent Teaching’ with Steve Barkley

How does the master teacher make learning happen? In this innovative presentation, Steve shares strategies and skills to help teachers create magic in their own classrooms.

About Steve Barkley

For the past 35 years, Steve Barkley has served as a consultant to school districts, teacher organizations, state departments of education, and colleges and universities nationally and internationally, facilitating the changes necessary for them to reach students and successfully prepare them for the 21st century.

A prolific published author, his weekly blog, Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud, has evolved into a go-to resource for teachers and administrators all over the world.

‘Exekutive Funktionen’ with Katrin Hille (lecture in German)

Learning takes place in our mind – or not at all. Sometimes it takes place at and out of school. We know a lot about learning: it has to be significant for the learner and it does not just happen through rote learning. It also works better with positive emotions and motivation. In this lecture we will discuss the complexity of learning and how to fuel the motivation of the student. Because knowing these correlations can carry benefits for every school and classroom.

About Katrin Hille

Katrin Hille always wanted to know how everything works. Through studies and promotion in psychology she has specialized herself on the human being, with many years of work on the ZNL at the university of Ulm she specialized herself on “learning”.

Employed by the experimenta, the science center in Heilbronn, she recently spends her time on the “Free-Choice-Learning”. Katrin Hille likes sharing her knowledge with others.