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Dokument Type: Conference Proceedings
metadata.dc.title: Cultural appropriation of spaces and things
Title addition: conference proceedings October 28–30/2019
Institute: Department Chemie - Biologie 
Free keywords: Kinder, Kulturelle Aneignung, Räume, Dinge, Children, Cultural appropriation, Spaces and things
Dewey Decimal Classification: 370 Erziehung, Schul- und Bildungswesen
GHBS-Clases: IFT
Issue Date: 2020
Publish Date: 2020
Source: Siegen : universi - Universitätsverlag Siegen, 2020. - ISBN 978-3-96182-079-5
This proceedings volume gathers papers presented at the symposium “Cultural Appropriation of Spaces and Things” held in Siegen, Germany in October 2019.
All over the world, children are confronted with an increasingly complicated and fast-moving world. Children need elementary cultural techniques and skills to shape their own lives and enable them to find individual interpretations of meaning. In addition to the acquisition of classical cultural techniques such as arithmetic, writing and reading, the competent handling of spaces and things – through manifold processes of appropriation and reflection – is crucial. It forms the basis and prerequisite for the development of competences or abilities that are suitable for understanding the dimensions, the complexity and changeability of their world and enable them to critically deal with associated problems and find appropriate solutions.
The aim of the conference was to find suitable ways for children all over the world for a methodically and didactically guided examination of their natural, social and technical environment. At the same time, the aim was to achieve a mutual enrichment of monodisciplinary research accesses. It also included a self-critical reflection of one’s own culturally shaped approaches of research.

Martin Gröger, Christian Prust, Alexandra Flügel: Preface
Alexandre Avelino Giffoni Junior, Sebastião Lázaro Pereira, Alberto Barella Netto: Haus Früher Hilfen UniRV: A historic building in process in the heart of Brazil
Hyeongjoo Kim: Designing and Applying the Moral Turing Test for Korean Children
Karen Barfod and Peer Daugbjerg: Teaching Science and Mathematics Outside the Classroom, a pilot study on assessing inquiry-based practices
Jan Höper: Towards integrated science education by using mobile technologies outdoors
Mareike Janssen: Exploring the things of life: First insights into chemical processes with sparkling water as an example
Julia Gaffron, Martin Gröger: Children like to experiment, many teachers apparently do not
Volker Heck: Alexander von Humboldt - The Voyage to the Americas as an approach to science in Primary School
Thomas Sukopp: Interculturality in Philosophy Education: Challenges and Prospects of Education for Sustainable Development in Primary Schools
André Dorn, Martin Gröger: ESD in general studies -prospective general studies teachers deal with the educational concept of ESD in a student-oriented and cooperative manner
Andree Georg: From Carlowitz to Sustainable Development and Education for Sustainable Development
Irina Landrock: Children at NS Memorial Sites
Dr. Markus Schaal: Martha Muchow in the Context of the New Sociology of Childhood What Can a Classic Still Teach Us Today?
Martin Gröger: Open air laboratory FLEX – Starting to learn chemistry in a near-natural learning environment
Martin Gröger: FoodLAB - a molecular gastronomic experimental laboratory in teacher training
Martin Gröger: How Alexander von Humboldt saw the world from a chemist’s point of view
Matthias Weipert: Extracurricular learning locations in the historical perspective of general studies - the example of the Wendener Hütte
Mirko Schommer: Spatial Orientation - Competence expectations and common misconceptions based on map projections
Sarah Gaubitz: Options for handling complex problems of global change from the perspective of primary school children
Swaantje Brill: Museum Field Trips in Primary School: An Approach to Children’s Perspectives
Urs Gießelmann and Uta Birkhölzer: The “Hauberg” as an extracurricular learning location
URN: urn:nbn:de:hbz:467-17117
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