Mag.a Nina Hover-Reisner Head of Degree Program in Early Education and Carenina.firstname.lastname@example.org T: +43 1 606 68 77-3231 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3239 Room: S.4.16 Kelsenstraße 2 1030 WienPersonal WebspaceLectures 2021/22Social Work> Principles of pedagogical methods ILV Social Management in Early Education and Care morePrinciples of pedagogical methods ILVLector: Mag.a Nina Hover-Reisner1.5SWS3ECTSLecture contentsThe course focuses on the question of how adults learn and which factors are conducive to or even hinder the stimulation and implementation of learning processes. - Gathering and discussing assessments of your own learning process - Approach to the understanding of learning processes of individuals and also of the group - Working out and analyzing ambiguities or “puzzles” related to learning phenomena and especially learning difficulties with a special focus on learning resistance - Conveying and discussing specialist and experience knowledge on the subject areas of role finding, curriculum planning, teaching and learning activities and didactic methods, blended learning, feedback cultures, performance assessment and teaching in the context of BolognaAssessment methodsContinuous assessment participation in the reflection processes in small groups, writing a learning diary with entries on the personal learning processTeaching methodsgroup work, presentations, text study,LanguageGerman> Pedagogical diagnostics and concept development IL… Social Management in Early Education and Care morePedagogical diagnostics and concept development ILVLector: Mag.a Nina Hover-Reisner1.5SWS3ECTSLecture contents- Testing the use of selected elementary pedagogical diagnostic methods (especially observation, documentation and evaluation methods) with reference to case material from our own pedagogical practice. - Development of practical consequences that are drawn in everyday kindergarten life with the involvement of kindergarten teachers to be guided.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Presentation of an observation procedure (group performance): 5 points, Written thesis (individual performance): 5 pointsTeaching methodsgroup work, presentations, text study,LanguageGerman> Instruments for the evaluation of educational proc… Social Management in Early Education and Care moreInstruments for the evaluation of educational processes ILVLector: Mag.a Nina Hover-Reisner1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsAs part of the course, we deal with the basics of evaluation research (characteristics, goals, methods, design). We work out the specifics regarding the evaluation of (early) educational processes. An overview of the status of evaluation research in the field of early childhood education is compiled. Central questions and topics of the course are: - Challenges regarding the evaluation of the complex subject area “Educational Processes" - Status of evaluation research in the field of early childhood education and desiderata - Forms and methods of evaluating (early) educational processes - Basics for the design of evaluation studiesAssessment methodsContinuous assessment Literature - reading and editing: 5 points Expert discussion on the content of the course: 5 pointsTeaching methodspresentations, group work, text studyLanguageGerman> Bachelor thesis seminar 2 SE Social Management in Early Education and Care moreBachelor thesis seminar 2 SELector: Dipl.-Rehapsych. (FH) Dr. Tina Eckstein-Madry, Mag.a Dr.in Maria Fürstaller, Mag.a Nina Hover-Reisner, Mag. Dr. Andrea Schaffar1SWS6ECTSLecture contentsPresenting the state of research, identifying and presenting a research gap, formulating a research question and developing a research design for the empirical investigation of a research object relevant to elementary education, preparing an exposé, carrying out the empirical study and writing the bachelor thesis II.Assessment methodsFinal exam Presentation of the thesis: 1 point, BA thesis: 9 points Total: 10 pointsTeaching methodssections of the BA thesis are continuously discussed, reflected on and discussed, research work, text studyLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Nina Hover-Reisner written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.