Moritz Kreinsen, M.Ed.
Computer Science Education
- AI Literacy and Data Literacy Education
Moritz Kreinsen studied secondary computer science and physics education and is a research associate at the Universität Hamburg since 2021. He is currently working as a coordinator for subject-specific data literacy education in the project Digital and Data Literacy in Teaching Lab (DDLitLab) and in various teaching projects on ai and data literacy education in teacher education/training (see below). He teaches and does research in Computer Science Education on the topics of AI Literacy and Data Literacy in Schools and Teacher Education.
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- AI and Data Literacy Education
- Extracurricular teaching-learning settings (labs)
- Teacher Training
|since 04/2023||Research Associate at the Data-Literacy-Teaching-Lab "Interdisciplinary AI + Data Lab in Teacher Education (Teacher AID Lab)"|
|since 12/2021||Coordinator for subject-specific Data Literacy Education at the Project "Digital and Data Literacy in Teaching Lab (DDLitLab)"|
|since 08/2019||Teacher for computer science and physics at Schülerforschungszentrum Hamburg|
|04/2022 to 03/2023||Research Associate at the Data-Literacy-Teaching-Lab "Data Literacy for Teachers - an interdiciplinary module in the context of climate change"|
|10/2018 to 10/2021||M.Ed. Lehramt an Gymnasien at the University of Hamburg with subjects Computer Science and Physics|
|10/2015 to 09/2018||B.Sc. Lehramt an Gymnasien at the University of Hamburg with subjects Computer Science and Physics|
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Winter term 2023/2024
Winter term 2022/2023
Summer term 2022
Lectures & Workshops
|November 8, 2023||Presentation "Digital and Data Literacy in Teaching Lab - Components of Data Literacy Education at the Universität Hamburg" at the lecture series "Lunch & Learn: Let's talk about Data Literacy" by the Stifterverband (digital)|
|September 28, 2023||Poster presentation "How to Deal with Students' Conceptions: Conceptual Change Texts on Artificial Intelligence" at the "18th WiPSCE Conference on Primary and Secondary Computing Education Research" in Cambridge, United Kingdom|
|September 20, 2023||Presentation "Teachers' Reconstruction of Students' Conceptions on Artificial Intelligence" at the "INFOS 2023 - 20. GI Fachagung Informatik und Schule" in Würzburg, Germany [german]|
August 15, 2023 +
September 12, 2023
|Student workshop "AI Unplugged: On the Trail of Artificial Intelligence (AI)" at the MINTarium Hamburg in cooperation with the Schülerforschungszentrum Hamburg [german]|
|June 14, 2023||Guest lecture "Artificial Intelligence in Schools: Fostering AI Competences and Educational Consideration of Generative AI Systems" at the theme night "AI and ChatGPT" at Marion-Dönhoff-Gymnasium Hamburg [german]|
|March 21, 2023||Teachers' workshop "AI tools in project-based learning environments: How can we usefully integrate ChatGPT and Co. into open teaching concepts?" at the Schülerforschungszentrum Hamburg [german]|
|November 2, 2023||Poster presentation "AI Literacy and Data Literacy in interdisciplinary teaching-learning labs and computer science teacher education" at the "1st young researchers conference of computer science education" in Morschach, Switzerland [german]|
|October 22, 2022||Guest lecture "Student's Conceptions of Artificial Intelligence" within the bachelor seminar "Introduction to the Computer Science Education" [german]|
|June 7, 2022||Teacher training "Data Literacy Education in the Context of Climate Change" at the MINT EC "MINT 100 Conference" in Hamburg [german]|
|May 31, 2022||Teacher training "Data Literacy Education in the Context of Climate Change" as part of the anniversary week "5 Years SFZ Hamburg" in Hamburg [german]|
|October 19, 2021||Poster presentation "Student's Conceptions of Artificial Intelligence" at the "Workshop in Primary and Secondary Computing Education (WiPSCE 2021)" (digital)|