MICROLEARNING 2005 DRAFT The Challenge of Triggering Profound Processes of Understanding in Microlearning Environments Theoretical Foundations and a Case Study for a �Micro-learning Laboratory�
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: MICROLEARNING 2005 DRAFT The Challenge of Triggering Profound Processes of Understanding in Microlearning Environments Theoretical Foundations and a Case Study for a �Micro-learning Laboratory�
Abstract : Abstract: An epistemologically and cognitively founded pedagogical learning/teaching model tackling these goals is developed. Possible solutions will be suggested by developing a meta-model for learning/teaching processes in a stepwise manner. It turns out that philosophy of science concepts play a crucial role in these processes. Furthermore, the role of micro-learning and technologically supported (mobile) forms of teaching/learning in such a scenario will be investigated.
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