Jupiter Notebook in Verbindung mit Blended oder flipped learning

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Hallo liebe Community, habt ihr schon Erfahrungen mit Jupiter Notebook und blended- bzw flipped -learning gemacht?


Bin für Tipps dankbar


a. Jupiter Notebooks in einem System von innovativen und interaktiven „blended learning“

http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Lehre/Digitalisierungsstrategie-der-
Lehre/Exploratory-Teaching-Space/Steckbriefe-der-ETS-Projekte/~lest/Details/?file=256

Der Grundidee dieses Projektes ging die zentrale Frage voraus: Wie können Programmieraufgaben für Studenten in einem innovativen und interaktiven „blended learning“ Format konzipiert und umgesetzt werden? Wie können solche Programmieraufgaben gut auf die Charakteristika der Studierendengeneration „Digital Natives“ zugeschnitten werden? Schnell wurden „Jupyter Notebooks“ als ideale digitale Medien identifiziert, um diese Frage zu beantworten. Jupyter Notebooks verbinden auf einzigartige Weise Text, Code, Abbildungen, und Videos zu einem Paket, das es ermöglicht, Lehrinhalte im Bereich der Programmierung für viele Programmiersprachen (z.B. Python, Julia, Matlab, R) interaktiv zu vermitteln. Darüber hinaus können Textboxen oder Schieberegler eingebaut können, um anschaulich und Interaktiv Sachverhalte zu erklären. Im Klartext heißt dies: Jupyter Notebooks sollen eingesetzt werden, um Übungsaufgaben besser in einem Format (Dokument) stellen zu können, um als weiterführendes Lernmaterial zu dienen,



b. Jupyter Notebook for Constructivist Digital Learning
Jupyter Notebook für Constructivist Digital Learning

Jupyter Notebook for Constructivist Digital Learning
Project members: Sebastian Klaßmann, Timo Varelmann, Nils Dahmen, Uwe Seifert
In 2018, we implemented an interactive coding environment within the University of Cologne’s intranet that is to be used to support teaching and learning processes in the disciplines of computational and cognitive musicology after having successfully tested it on an external test server earlier this year - the Jupyter notebook.
The use of Jupyter Notebooks provides teachers and students with an explorative and exemplary approach to fundamental methods used and topics discussed in the realms of computational .......Jupyterhub can be purposefully used in seminars in order to extend the physical and social interactive spaces of traditional teaching environments by adding to it a digital space and thus constituting a hybrid, third space or to offer pure online courses. Technically, this is achieved by providing individual, containerized workspaces that can be accessed from any internet-capable device using a contemporary browser.

c. flipped learning

Flipped learning with Jupyter: Experiences, best practices, and supporting research - JupyterCon in New York 2018

Prerequisite knowledge
Those who use or want to use Jupyter for teaching, whether at a traditional institution of higher learning, a corporate learning organization, or a new-wave reskilling outfit

What you'll learn
Explore the pedagogical underpinnings of active learning using technology such as Jupyter, a coherent set of good practices for creating learning experiences with Jupyter, and tips for further reading

Jupyter has exploded in popularity, in not only data science but also education. As seen in the Gallery of Interesting Jupyter Notebooks, myriad notebooks are shared with the purpose of teaching some topic or technique. Used within a formal course, Jupyter combined with a pedagogical practice called “flipped learning” can lead to engaging and highly effective learning experiences.

In flipped learning, students encounter new course material before class meetings through structured activities, rather than during class via passive lecturing. This helps students learn how to learn on their own, and it frees up class time to focus on creative applications of the basic material. Typically, students in flipped learning environments encounter new material by watching lectures that are recorded and posted online.

However, recent research has suggested that a more effective practice is to have students interact with a “tangible interface” that gives them hands-on experience with those new concepts.
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