Learning Module A1: Internet of Things
Intro/appetizer for the student
Scenario to introduce into the learning situation
Concrete tasks /
workplan / ways of collaboration
Implementation of tasks
An assessment of your skills is part of the process.
Reflection and evaluation
Later on: Video
Description of the scenario as PDF
Later on: Video
Concrete work plan for students: PDF
Description and comments for teacher: PDF
the installation and configuration process is documented by a video
This could be done with the help of an online tool
Preparation of the practical implementation of the work task: Group work
The task(s) for the students are based on the possibilities of the smart wall. Groups of 3 to 5 students will realize the tasks.
learn portfolio/diary, online doc, forum, weblog, ePortfolio, simulation, data analysis, electronically supported repairing processes
Vocational Education and Training in the Working World 4.0 with great online tools for teachers
smart home app
Quik, Adobe Clip or similar tools
Requirements for the development of learning modules in VET 4.0
Which concrete products or learning product does your learning module have?
The learning product is a functioning light control system controlled through an app. The installation- and configuration process is documented by a video.
Explain which learning product can/has to be achieved through interdisciplinary work.
The documentation can be done though interdisciplinary work.
Is it possible to transfer the learning module or parts of it into other sectors? (If yes, which ones?)
Yes, in Germany:
- Electronics technician for industrial engineering
- Plant mechanic for sanitary, heating and air conditioning systems
- Information technology and telecommunications system electronic technician (m/f)
Can the learning module be implemented in current curriculums? If yes, please describe where and how.
The learning module can be implemented in the current curriculum of the training of “Electronics technician – specializing in energy and building technology” in the learning field 2 (plan and execute electrical installations) and learning field 4 (to provide information and communication technology systems).
Please also point out which recommendations with regard to VET 4.0 the learning module fulfils (cf. Requirements …).
The learning module
- is based on cloud computing
- is prepared for working with automated, responsive and mobile processes
- ‘s development and implementation is interdisciplinary (T-shaped)
- promotes self-organization
- considers data security and data protection
- considers social implications of VET 4.0