Bildung in the Digital Age explores the challenges and potentials of digitalization for educational theory and practice and identifies how the pedagogical concept of Bildung can be used to meet these demands.
Discussing the educational landscape of a pandemic and post-pandemic world, the book describes how digitalization changes the media foundation of learning and teaching. It further raises questions of how we could think about Bildung in a digitalized world, how Bildung-based online teaching and learning can be implemented, and whether it is possible to understand Bildung and its emphasis on individual freedom and self-determination as a counter-concept to digital surveillance capitalism.
The book will appeal to academics, researchers, and postgraduate students in the fields of digital learning, educational theory, and media education.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part Section A|86 pages
The epistemology of Bildung-based teaching and learning
chapter Chapter 3|17 pages
Deconstructing the virtues of openness and its contribution to Bildung in the digital age
chapter Chapter 4|17 pages
Beyond numerical rationality
chapter Chapter 5|10 pages
Limitations of pedagogical interventions
part Section B|50 pages
Bildung-based teaching and learning in the digital age
chapter Chapter 8|16 pages
A conceptualization of digital bullying
chapter Chapter 9|11 pages
Bildung-orientated learning in practice – An e-learning criteria checklist
part Section C|53 pages
Online teaching and learning in times of crises