Auf alle Fälle ein Fall – Darstellung einer Unterrichtskonzeption zur Implementierung von Problembasiertem Lernen im Mathematikunterricht der dritten und vierten Klasse
|author(s)||Julia Wichers and Sandra Strunk|
|title||Auf alle Fälle ein Fall – Darstellung einer Unterrichtskonzeption zur Implementierung von Problembasiertem Lernen im Mathematikunterricht der dritten und vierten Klasse|
|publication type||Buch / Monographie / Herausgeberschaft|
|series||Hildesheimer Beiträge zur Schul- und Unterrichtsforschung|
|digital object identifier (doi)||DOI: 10.18442/088|
Caused by studies such as PISA and TIMSS, the demand for a higher application and student orientation in mathematics classes has arisen in the recent past. Problem-based learning (PBL) as a teaching and learning approach is responsive to these requirements, while at the same time proving to be appropriate for the promotion of various subject-specific and generic competences in secondary and higher education. Corresponding concepts for mathematics classes in primary education are not yet available. Hence this article is devoted to the question, how a teaching concept, predicated on problem-based learning, can be designed for mathematics classes in primary schools and what goals can be pursued with its individual application. For this purpose, using the methodology of Design-Based Research (DBR), first a theory-based concept constitutive to PBL is developed by considering both, diverse subject related and general knowledge as well as results of research, which will then in practice be tested and developed further, employing several DBR cycles. In this article, the first phases of the DBR process, which focus on the development of a fundamental prototype, are presented by identifying basic ideas resulting from problem-based learning and generating resulting characteristics for the design of the concept.