FTzM holds the public competition on "Digital Learning: Reality, Science & Fiction" every year and a half at the fraMediale. Teachers and students are invited to submit not only experiences and best practice examples but also sustainable ideas and concepts for the use of digital media to facilitate teaching and promote learning in educational settings.
We are seeking creative and sustainable educational media projects or concepts that present ideas for institutional teaching and learning in the digital age.
Numerous teachers and students are already using digital media in schools and universities to facilitate teaching and promote learning or have ideas of how digital learning and teaching could develop in the future. But they seldom have the opportunity to share their ideas and experiences. The competition is therefore a forum for sharing these ideas and concepts with the public.
The goal of the fraMediale prize is not only to document practical experiences but also sustainable ideas for teaching and learning with digital media in educational institutions. Furthermore, successful educational media projects are to be given a stage so they can be transferred to other learning settings or serve as inspiration for educational institutions.
You can find more information on the competition and apply for the fraMediale prize at: www.framediale.de/wettbewerb
Contact person: Professor Dr Thomas Knaus
Tel.: +49 (0) 69 / 15 333 222
Contact person (organization): Olga Engel, MA, MBA
Tel.: +49 (0) 69 / 1533-3220
Status: active (since 2013)