Workshop: Inverted Classroom with Screencasts

The Inverted Classroom Model (ICM) has become increasingly popular since the pandemic at the latest. Apart from the high flexibility this form of teaching offers, it has the advantage of a better deepening of learning material and thus a better understanding. Typically, the inverted classroom is conducted with preparatory videos. A good and easy way to create such videos are screencasts.

This workshop introduces media didactics and explains the sensible structure of learning units with videos. In the subsequent practical part, participants will learn how to create a high-quality screencast with simple means. The workshop is part of the program of the Hochschuldidaktikzentrum Baden-Württemberg (HDZ). Participation can therefore be credited towards the Baden-Württemberg Certificate for Higher Education Didactics.

Contact persons at the ZML
Svenja Geißler
Phone: +49 721-608-48154
E-mail: svenja.geissler∂

Dr. Carolin Henken
Phone: +49 721-608-48204
E-mail: carolin.henken∂

Fee: The HDZ charges a fee of 25 euros per event day. Further information.

Target group: Professors, university lecturers, lecturers and academic staff who wish to make greater use of new media in their courses.


This workshop will take place either online or at the premises of the KIT Personnel Development and Vocational Training Department (PEBA), Vincenz-Prießnitz-Straße 1 in Karlsruhe. Registration is possible directly at the Baden-Württemberg Center for Higher Education Didactics.

Current dates can be found in the Calendar of events.