Author(s):Daniela Reimann (presenting)

Conference:ECER 2017

Network:02. Vocational Education and Training (VETNET)

Format:Paper

Session Information

02 SES 02 A, Career Choice and Transitions from School to VET

Paper Session

Time:2017-08-22
15:15-16:45

Room:K5.17

Chair:Christof Nägele

Contribution

Visual Approaches To Strengthen The Vocational Biographical Perspective With Digital Media


The paper is based on research undertaken in the project "A European Concept to Visualize and Reflect One's Vocational Biography Using Digital Media – Show Your Own Gold (Acronym)", funded under the European Commission's ERASMUS+ Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships (2014-2017). It aims to develop a European course design and its' application in 6 countries, in order to enable young, unemployed people to reflect and display their vocational and educational biography by creating media. The project intends to encourage self-awareness of young people, last not least fostering competencies for approaching the labor market. This is realized by creating meaningful biographical narratives using digital media. It is, realized through processes of creation, using diverse media to visualize strengths and competences. It includes a course design to facilitate the young reflecting about their learning and design processes as well as on their individual vocational perspectives. Target group are young unemployed participants in the wide field of pre-vocational education and training, vocational preparation courses, projects and measures in different European countries. In the paper, a scenario for initiating the development of a digital narrative for learning realized at the Gewerbeschule in Karlsruhe Durlach is presented and discussed.


Method

The qualitative research approach is based on semi structured interviews as well as the observation of lessons.


Expected Outcomes

Scenarios to constitute a European perspective towards the support of young unemployed people in pre-Vocational education measures.


References

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Reimann, Daniela / Bekk, Simone / Fischer, Martin (Hrsg., 2016):
Gestaltungsorientierte Aktivierung von Lernenden. Übergänge in Schule – Ausbildung – Beruf.
Norderstedt.

Reimann, Daniela/ Huber, Kerstin/ Stoewe, Kristina (2014): "A European Concept to Visualize and Reflect One's Vocational Biography Using Digital Media - Show Your Own Gold (Acronym)", proposal to the European Commission's ERASMUS+ Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships program. Bonn: NA BIBB
Reimann, Daniela, Huber, Kerstin. A European concept to visualize and reflect the vocational biography using digital media. In: Daniela Reimann, Simone Bekk, Martin Fischer (Hrsg., 2016): Gestaltungsorientierte Aktivierung von Lernenden. Übergänge in Schule – Ausbildung – Beruf. Norderstedt

Reimann, Daniela (2015): Digital Media in Creative Processes with Young People in Vocational Preparation Measures, In. Aguirre, I. (ed., 2014) More than image consumers: Mapping and evaluating research on Young people as Visual Culture Producers, Edarte-Pamiela: Pamplona


Author Information

Daniela Reimann (presenting)
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT
Institute of Vocational and General Education
Karlsruhe