Scarlet La Shea Siebert

Scarlet La Shea Siebert

Campus Südstadt
Ubierring 48
50678 Köln
Raum 124 Postanschrift

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Campus Südstadt, Ubierring 48, Raum 124
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  • Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Projekt "Inklusion und sprachliche Bildung mit digitalen Medien im Kindergarten"
  • Doktorandin am Graduiertenkolleg NRW "Digitale Gesellschaft"


  • Inclusion and language learning with digital media in kindergarten
    The qualitative study aimed at analyzing the potential of digital media exemplified by tablets for inclusive learning and playing settings in integrative kindergartens. Research results suggest that tablet games could provide mutually interesting activities for different children. But in the educators' point of view tablet activities must contribute to learning – having fun together is not seen as an attractive goal.
    Workshop on Early Literacy and (Digital) Media, Universität Paderborn
  • Raising Robotic Natives? Einzug digitaler Medien in die Frühpädagogik
    Wie kann der Robotereinsatz im institutionellen Kontext der Kita einerseits sozialverantwortlich und partizipativ gestaltet werden, sodass alle Kinder gleichermaßen davon profitieren können und die pädagogische Expertise der Fachkräfte bei der Gestaltung der Kind-Roboter-Interaktion einbezogen wird? Auf diesbezügliche Rahmenbedingungen wird anhand Dimensionen der Technikakzeptanz eingehen: Das sind die Kita (Akzeptanzkontext ), der Roboter (Akzeptanzobjekt) und Kinder sowie pädagogische Fachkräfte (Akzeptanzsubjekte).
    Mensch und Computer 2018, Workshop "Partizipative & sozialverantwortliche Technikentwicklung"
  • Raising Robotic Natives? Ethical Aspects of Learning with Robots in Kindergarten
    While there is evidence that social robots are promising technologies for making learning more effective, their use raises concerns with respect to the target group’s age and (technological) knowledge. Therefore, the presentation focusses on the ethical, social, and legal implications of applying robots in early childhood settings.
    3rd International Conference on Communication and Media Studies, Berkeley, USA
  • Reconceptualising Media Literacy Considering Social Robotics
    As robots are starting to enter kindergarten to teach children simple programming (e.g. Stoeckelmayr, Tesar, & Hofmann, 2011) and second language skills (e.g. Belpaeme et al., 2015) within the context of studies on child-robot interaction, questions arise about what needs to be taught by educators about media in general and robots in particular. To conclude what children need to learn to become media literate in a digitized society, current concepts of media literacy, digital literacy, and robot literacy are examined to derive approaches for media education in early childhood settings from it.
    Internet of Toys: Digitising Early Childhood International Preconference, Manchester