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Summer semester 2017

REASON Fireside Chats on Advances in the Learning Sciences: Core Concepts and Methods or What you can learn from REASON disciplines that helps you solve your problems

Facilitators: Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer, Sarah BichlerGina Scappucci
Guest scientists: The REASON professors 

Fireside chats are discussion sessions based on literature provided by the guest scientist of the session. They are dynamic, interactive classes and the discussion is guided by the questions of the participants.   

The project is part of the Advances in the Learning Sciences classes and aims to provide an in-depth overview of the core concepts and methods of the current disciplines in the REASON program. The initiative follows the goals of the REASON interdisciplinary collaboration statement.

A similar series is currently planned for the upcoming Winter semester 2017/2018. 

DateGuest scientistTopic 
Tuedsay, June 13th 2017 Prof. Dr. Stefan Ufer
LMU, Mathematical education                                                                
Mathematical education and competence 
Thursday, June 22nd 2017 Prof. Dr. Reinhard Pekrun
LMU, Personality and Educational Psychology        
Emotions in academic context                                                                     
Thursday, June 29th 2017 Prof. Dr. Beate Sodian
LMU, Developmental psychology 
Development of scientific reasoning and argumentation skills
Tuesday, July 4th 2017 Prof. Dr. Sabine Pankofer
KSFH, Social work 
Research and practice in social work: Grounded theory & motivational interviewing
Tuesday, July 11th 2017 Prof. Dr. Birgit Dorner 
KSFH, Arts and arts education
Drawing to learn 
Thursday, July 20, 2017   Dr. Doris Holzberger 
TUM, Teacher Education
Teacher competences 
Thursday, 03 August 2017 Prof. Dr. Birgit Neuhaus
LMU, Biology education
Discussing Pedagogical Knowledge (PK), Content Knowledge (CK), and Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) in biology education