Andreas Haupt is a Fellow of Teach First Deutschland at Berufliche Schulen Groß-Gerau, where he (mostly) teaches middle school students and apprentices in coding and mathematics. He studied Mathematics (M.Sc.) and Economics (M.Sc. with distinction) at the University of Bonn. Many of his projects cover social cohesion and the responsible use of new technologies.
He has been invited speaker for the use of digital participation tools in education/learning analytics at the Protestant Academy Villigst, Nature and Environment Academy North-Rhine Westphalia and for the use of learning videos in education at the study seminar for teacher candidate supervisors southern Hesse. Andreas organizes the regional learning video project *Deine Bildung — Dein Film* (Your Education, your movie) with over 50 participating middle school students.
Andreas represents REDE.online. REDE (“to talk” in German with the initial letters of “regional”) will be a digital platform that (a) unifies and allows for visually appealing comparisons of diverse sociodemographic data for different regions of Germany and (b) arranges digital encounters/chats between citizens whose home region differ most pronouncedly in characteristics they selected, such as population density and geographic locations. It will foster user moderation to prevent grooming and hence does not mainly rely on Machine Learning to classify harassment and grooming.