Practical Examples of Digital Teaching

Blended Learning - the Perfect Mix for Your Courses

When planning their classes, teachers should think about which digital elements make sense from a didactic point of view. Having the necessary tools alone does not justify the use of e-learning formats. Instead, a well-balanced mix makes the difference! The amount of e-learning formats in both synchronous and asynchronous units depends on several factors such as teaching objectives amd should always be considered from a didactic point of view.

Below you will find an overview of best practice examples of digital teaching


PLANT.ed - Plant Use Knowledge Pool
  PLANT.ed is an extensive knowledge pool providing in-depth information on plants and the use of plants, and combines several learning formats of Hochschule Geisenheim University
Teachers: Prof. Dr. Alexander von Birgelen, Martina Heims, Kai Faust
Course title: tool is used in several courses
Degree program: B.Sc. Landscape Architecture
Number of students: about 70
Didactic basics: asynchronous teaching
Tools: ILIAS, Indesign, Photoshop
PLANT.ed Knowledge Pool
Management Accounting: Studying more Effectively with Blended Learning
  In the summer semester 2020, the “Management Accounting” course was switched into a blended learning format with several learning modules featuring helpful diagrams and videos, supported by examples and sample calculations.
Teachers: Larissa Strub, M.Sc., Department of Wine and Beverage Business
Course title: Management Accounting
Degree program: International Wine Business (B.Sc.), Viticulture and Enology (B.Sc.), Beverage Technology (B.Sc.)
Number of students: about 130
Didactic basics: blended learning, interactive independent studies, studying anytime and anywhere, consolidation, test your knowledge with ILIAS tests, survey for feedback and questions
Tools: ILIAS, “Lernbar” authoring tool

Apply & Consolidate

  PLANTY2Learn is an interactive learning portal to study plants. It provides scientific information on ornamental and agricultural plants and shrubs
Teachers: Prof. Dr. Joachim Schmid, Nora Brockmann
Course title: Ampelography (part of viticulture 1 module)
Degree program: B.Sc. Viticulture and Enology
Number of students: about 100
Didactic basics: Blended learning, interactive self-studies, studying anytime and anywhere, consolidation, mix of teaching methods