University of Wuerzburg
Germany - Würzburg
Areas of interest
- Mapping pre-service teachers' TPACK development using a social virtual reality and a video-conferencing system
- Fostering Teacher Educator Technology Competencies (TETCs) in and with Virtual Reality. Results from an Exploratory Study.
- Fostering Intercultural Competencies in Initial Teacher Education. Implementation of Educational Design Prototypes using a Social VR Environment
- Peer group supervision in Zoom and social VR- Preparing preservice teachers for planning and designing digital media integrated classes
- Evaluation Design Methodology for Piloting Two Educational Augmented Reality STEM Apps in European Elementary Schools
- ICT-related Educational Competencies of Teacher Educators from an Intercultural Perspective. A Systematic Analysis of Competency Frameworks.
- Digital Literacy and Digital Competency of University Teachers. A Systematic Analysis of Frameworks
- Preservice Teachers' encounter with Social VR – Exploring Virtual Teaching and Learning Processes in Initial Teacher Education
- Teaching and Learning Processes in Immersive VR – Comparing Expectations of Preservice Teachers and Teacher Educators
- International Perspectives on the Media-related Educational Competencies of Teacher Educators. A Systematic Category-Based Comparison of Competency Frameworks.
Silke Grafe is a Professor of Education at the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg in Germany where she has been a faculty member since 2013. She is the Director of the Media Education and Educational Technology MEET and Chair of the Competence Center for teaching and learning with digital media at the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg. She received a State Exam in Education from the University of Paderborn in Germany. Her doctoral research examined how problem solving skills can be fostered learning with computer simulations. Her research interest include media literacy and educational technology in K12-education and teacher education in an international perspective. She was a member of the expert group of media literacy of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, and a member of the EMEDUS European Expert Group of Media Literacy Education. Silke Grafe authored three books and numerous articles on educational technology and media literacy in K-12 and teacher education.