Program 2019

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Friday 3 May 2019

09:45 Opening

Opening Play-Market 2019

Spielmarktteam

 

9.45
Opening
Meadow
general

Fri 10:30-18:00 all-day repeating

Canoeing

 

all day
Action
At the water
general

Climbing

Maria Nottrott / Oliver Miebach / Uwe Kretschmann, Magdeburg

ErlebnispädagogInnen, Ropes-Course-TrainerInnen

Without rules, we don't go up. Only when rules or standards are defined, safety is guaranteed. In a cooperative project, rope elements between the trees are created for testing during the 2 days of Spielmarkt.

all day
Action
In the area
general

SMART WORLD - understanding the world in a more playful way

Olaf Menzel / Eric Giercke, Potsdam

Lehrende an einer Fachschule für Sozialpädagogik

Have you ever wondered, how the rain sensor in the car wiper works or an ATM counts the bills or how to turn on the heater with the phone? In the context of digital education, it is possible to develop simple smart gadgets with microcomputers (e.g., ARDUINO or RASPBERRY). This helps to understand how something works - the feeling of helpless dependence on technology dissolves. First schools (including elementary schools) are already working with it. We will be happy to approach interested people (they do not have to be techies). With some hardware, simple programs and above all a lot of imagination, we can creatively design our environment SMARTER ourselves. This is not a classic workshop, but rather an offer to try oneself, to get involved, to discover, to understand and to take fears and insecurities - or just to talk. Welcome

all day
Action
Room light blue
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

The forgotten commandment.

Sascha Dörger, Mühlheim a.d.Ruhr

 

all day
Exhibition
Church
general

The table footbal

Mr. Gabor Veress, Szigetszentmiklós (Hungary)

Volkskundler/Ethnograf, Museologe, emeritierter Museumsdirektor

The table football - soccer button ("gombfoci") - spread in Hungary for 100 years. Today it is called sector ballgame ("szektorlabda"). Table football can be played by players of all ages and is an interactive alternative to screen games. There are efforts to recognize the foosball as "Hungaricum".

all day
Action
15 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
general

Fri 10:30

(be cancelled)Playing maths

Dr. Aljoscha Jegodtka, Berlin

Referent in Fort- und Weiterbildung www.fruehe-mathematik.de

Mathematical games are fun: they are games! At the same time they use special mathematical aspects and thus contribute to the development of children's mathematical skills. In this workshop different games will be presented, which can be played with simple materials and little effort in different settings. The focus is on games for children between the ages of 3 and 6. On the one hand it will be shown how the games work and how they can be adapted to the state of development of children. On the other hand, the mathematical content is explained and it is emphasized which mathematical development steps are of particular importance for the children. Book tip: Aljoscha Jegodtka (2018): Mathe spielen. Impulse für die mathematische Bildung in der Kita. Herder-Verlag: Freiburg i.Br..

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
Room orange
außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, toddlers

A Comic „Cutting-Rule Game-Pole“ – Between exhilaration and rule to the goal

Anita Fuchs, Berlin

Freiberufliche Kommunikationstrainerin & kultur- und spielpädagische Kunstvermittlerin im Raum, mit 20 jähriger Bühnenbildgestaltungs- und Spielraumerfahrung {Set Design, M.F.A. / Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum M.A.}

A live-editing-suite-playground that provides visual frames for cutting and combining a specific game content, including the associated basic rules and regulations. People simulate, create or hide realities through the game. In order to experience these realities, rules are established that discipline the spontaneity and improvisation of the impulses. My game consists of comic frames, which can be combined due to cutting rules and in itself, a set of rules for 4 games from: competition, identification, strategy and luck, is illustrated. The totality of the resulting combinations determines the built game universe of the 4 teams. Based on cutting jokers like: comic bubbles, empty frames and aperture types, as well as playing-tool add-ons, the dramaturgy of the comic can be changed and brought into a larger field of exciting intense experience. All 4 comic strips are animated and brought to life. Bonus: The comic strip with the biggest stop-motion narrative spectrum will be played live with everybody.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
16 max
Room pink
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Activation through theatre pedagogy

Joao Albertini, Berlin

Brasilianischer Theaterpädagoge, lebt in Berlin; Fachreferent Globales Lernen,

Activation approaches of the Theatre of the Oppressed (A. Boal) in entering education (in and out of school) with reference to globalisation. Topics and, above all, practical theatre pedagogical exercises are presented with which children, young people and adults can be sensitised, qualified and activated for the world and a diverse and tolerant life in it. As the workshop focuses on entertaining role plays, it is also suitable for cross-generational use (e.g. parents with children).

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Discover Rules and boundaries in children's museum

Hannah Foster, Budapest (Hungary)

museum curator

Museum of Ethnography (Budapest) is in the process of designing a children's museum. Concerning the methodology and mission of the future children's museum, rules and boundaries are an important question both from the point of the kid and the museum. During the workshop we will think together about necessities, problems and solutions.

10.30 - 11.30
Workshop
Room white
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Draw your computer game

Michael Lange, Berlin

Medienpädagoge

You always wanted to create your own computer game? Here you can create your very own Jump'n'Run, with all the trimmings. Create your character, fantastic worlds, creepy monsters and tricky levels. All you need are colorful wooden blocks or a sheet of paper and colored pencils. In the workshop you can try out different apps that teach you how to creatively handle computer games.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
15 max
Room green
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Engaging classroom games with educational purposes for primary school

Agnes Ruzsa/ Judit Bence/ Anna Malnasi Csizmadia, Budapest (Hungary)

2 primary school teachers and a special needs teacher

The use of games in learning has been around for a long time, but it has only been widely received recently as a key fundamental of teaching any subject or context. The aim of our workshop is to provide you with certain games and methods that we use in our primary school in Hungary called Treasure Hunter; the first alternative school in the country. The games that we are to present are designed with educational purposes explicitly. We use various games to target specific cognitive development. This can include developing any manner of skills: from language, concentration, creativity, logical and abstract thinking to physical skills such as hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, and motor functions. We invite you to play games with us that can be used efficiently to enhance an engaging and stimulating environment in your class.

10.30 - 11.30
Workshop
15 max
Room blue
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

How to have fun in teaching and how to love rules

Wolfgang Leirer, St. Pölten (Austria)

Studienleiter des Masterlehrgangs "Soziokulturelle Animation - Gruppen spielend leiten"

Games, Teaching, life itself needs rules, doesn't it? Can life work without roules? As a participant in this workshop you can try how it feels to invent and create your own rules. For sure you will be able to learn a lot here for your teaching experience. Wolfgang Leirer will guide you in this workshop where you even might be able to learn some things about yourself...

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Room yellow
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Identities In Between - a Board Game for Developing Identities

Dr. Zsuzsanna Agora / Dr. habil. Edit Gilbert, Pécs (Hungary)

Agora: Historikerin und predoc in Sozialpsychologie / Gilbert: Literaturwissenschaftlerin, Bibliotherapeutin

The aim of the workshop is to introduce you to the concept of a communication game, that we have developed over the years, together with students at the University of Pécs (Hungary). The game is particularly suitable for bringing adults, children, different cultures or generations into dialogue. This also gives you the opportunity to learn something new about yourself and your teammates. The board game helps you to teach new information in a playful way as well. During the workshop you will get information about the theoretical background of the game, and you can see two developed variants (strenghten local identities and fates in Europe). Since the concept offers endless possibilities for further development, we also want to help you to be your own game developer.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Room indigo
extracurricular activities with youth, parents, school

Is childhood a childish game?

Marie Friese, Berlin

Referentin Fachbereich Kindertagesbetreuung Sfbb, Multiplikatorin für Vorurteilsbewusste Bildung und Erziehung

Being a child ain´t that easy. “You´re way to small to do that.” “Don´t be that cheeky!” There are many rules and messages of adults that shape the lives of children. They define the interdependence between children and grown-ups by regulating what´s a childish game and what´s serious work of adults. If we take a closer look, we see: some rules are nonsense on stilts, eh? The workshop invites you to question dusty rules and explore the world of (playing) children with an anti-adultism perspective. At the workshop we search out rules of our own childhood. Which of those rules are we still using when living or working together with children? In a playful way we will ask us: what would be if we were a child once again and could make up our own rules and regulations.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
16 max
Room lime green
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, parents

Playful learning - How to teach (languages and other topics) while playing

Petra Bodenstein, Moringen OT Großenrode

Dipl.-Übersetzerin, Zertifizierte Suggestopädin seit 1995; Seminarleiterin, Sprach- und Kommunikationstrainerin seit 1983

Playing with and for rules! Those who learn a language will have to learn its rules. This is also true when learning English, a language whose acquisistion seems easy at first glance. This workshop provides a multitude of games for playful learning and teaching of language rules. It is not just meant for English teachers or instructors only! Most of the games can be transferred to teaching other languages and many of them also for teaching other subjects.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
12 max
Room red
general

Rules from within or from outside? The practice of play in Godly Play.

Dr. Martin Steinhäuser, Moritzburg

Professor für Gemeindepädagogik, Godly Play-Fortbildner

Participants widen their knowledge by reflecting practical examples of Godly Play as well as their own experiences. Special focus is put on the elusive potentials of freedom within a space to play that is ruled from within. Participants will explore this idea: The more rules are enforced from within (the concept or the players), the less importance do "rules from the outside" receive for the process of play and the larger the experiencable space of freedom becomes in the process of the game. We will also ask how rules actually arise, basically speaking. Methods in the workshop: presentation, exchange of experiences, discussion

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Tent D
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, kindergarten, school

The discovery of silence

Corinna Liefeld / Katharina Richter, Potsdam

C. Liefeld: Bachelor of Art "Soziale Arbeit", Erzieherin, Diplom Sozialarbeiterin/-pädagogin (FH) / K. Richter: Systemisch-lösungsorientierte Therapeutin,/ Familientherapie (SG), Suchttherapeutin (VDR)

At the age of 4-10, children usually immerse themselves spontaneously in games and certain activities. While the younger children interpret their environment imaginatively, the older ones increasingly question critically and are interested in factual information. The more spirited children will generally expect an offer that appeals to their urge to explore and conquer the world, that promises fun and excitement. They are likely to approach an offer of silence cautiously and curiously. Here you can address other expectations of children that relate to their sense of honest engagement with the world, their desire for loving, just, peaceful coexistence. A deep expectation is fulfilled where they experience full attention and honest communication, which does not evade uncomfortable questions about death, anger and suffering. They can discover the need for peace. The expectation of play and fun can be met within the project with playful implementations, times for exhaustion and humour.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
kindergarten, school

The Theatrical Mixing Board

Ana-Svenja Kiesewalter, Berlin

Theaterpädagogin. Vorstandsarbeit, Projektleitung und Workshopleitung bei ACT e.V. (www.act-berlin.de) seit 2008. Arbeitsschwerpunkt: biografisch-partizipativen Theaterarbeit mit Jugendlichen.

Introduction and practical exercises to the Theatrical Mixing Board by Maike Plath/ACT e.V. in theatrical pedagogical work with young people: The mixing board principle is based on democratic leadership and transparency of knowledge and enables participative learning and design processes. In accordance with the principle of "open knowledge" through fragmentation, the theatrical mixing board divides specialist knowledge into the smallest possible units and makes them available in a transparent manner. This opens up a wide range of learning and design possibilities.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
20 max
Room purple
extracurricular activities with youth, school

TOP games of homoludens.hu playhouses and game festivals

Janos Csanyi, Budapest (Hungary)

Chefredakteur Internet Spielhaus, Chairman homoludens.hu Association, Erfahrungen mit über einhudert Events und vier Spielefesten jährlich, mehr als 13.000 Spielinformationen im Internet Spielhaus.

By hundreds of gamehouse experiences, the workshop presents our activities and shows how we play. Regular and irregular games, indoor and outdoor, with and w/o equipment, team and individual, kid and adult. Method: play and practice.

10.30 - 12.00
English / German, Workshop
Tent (A) "Hungary"
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, parents

Fri 11:00

Church teaching

Lars Schwenzer / Anja Beck

 

11.00 - 12.30
Workshop
Church
general

How playing with rules shapes society

Günther Ogris, MA, Wien (Österreich)

Geschäftsführer und wissenschaftlicher Leiter des sozialwissenschaftlichen Institutes SORA, Wien

Democracy can also be understood as a set of rules - rules of the game that are important for living together across borders. These rules of the game are not natural laws, but are themselves the result of political processes. The lecture will focus on the connection between play, creativity and political commitment, also with regard to the European elections on 26 May 2019.

11.00 - 12.30
Expert lecture, simultaneous translation
50 max
Room gold
general

Turning garbage into movement games

Klaus Pöhlmann, Gunzenhausen

Spieleerfinder. Bin Legasteniker, komme aus der Sonderschule und habe keinen Beruf, Schreiben gehört nicht zu meinen Gaben. Dafür kann ich Menschen mit meinen Spiel-Ideen begeistern

What can be created from old tennis balls, plastic bottles, cardborad tubes or rubber? For example: Velcro games and musical instruments and much more. I will show how to the build the games and which tools are needed. In the end we will also play with the games. They are suitable for young and old between the age 2 and 100.

11.00 - 12.00
Workshop
45 max
Tent E
general

Fri 12:00

Integration dance - the whole game market dances

Verein KLANZA , Warszawa (Poland)

Lehrer und Dozenten der Warschauer Abteilung im Polnischer Verein von Pädagogen und Animatoren KLANZA

We want to try to animate "all" participants of the game market to take part in a big, shared integration dance and to create synergies. The choreography has been developed specifically so that everyone can learn and remember it quickly and with ease. Due to the frequent change of partners, the participants have the opportunity, at least for a short moment, to make contact with a larger number of people.

12.00
Action
Meadow
general

Fri 12:30

Break the rules - save the next of kin!

Adam Tůma / Ján Smolka / Tadeáš Venzara, Gerwisch

Mgr. in Gesundheitsförderung / Körpererziehung und Sport/ Erlebnispädagogik

We would like to present you a game from the experiential education field, where you are pushed to break rules to reach a target. You are cordialy invited to join the world of the game, with everything that it means - test yourself in new situations, feel the flow zone, become a small child for a little while again, learn something new for your everyday life and last but not least - to break the rules! We are looking forward to see you!

12.30 - 14.00
English / German, Workshop
20 max
Tent E
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Bucket drumming

Philipp Elsner, Potsdam

freiberuflicher Musiker und zertifizierter Bandcoach

During the workshop we will introduce the "bucket drumming" method, which involves drumming on a bucket. We will actively encourage the use of buckets as an ideal tool for group and individual work within projects. We will enter into an exchange with the participants, immerse ourselves in this modern educational method and provide suggestions for musical projects. Since 2010, the SPI Foundation has been successfully involved in cultural education and socio-pedagogically oriented project work with the medium of music (especially popular music) in the projects ZPOP (Centre for Popular Music) and "Mach Musik" in Potsdam. This includes holiday camps, workshops, courses and further education for professionals. Previous musical knowledge is not necessary for participation 🙂

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
16 max
Room black
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Competences for dealing with sexual and gender diversity

Tanja Allerberger, Pfaffstätten (Austria)

Sozialpädagogin; Spielpädagogin; Freizeitpädagogin; Lehrende am Bundesinstitut für Sozialpädagogik, Baden, Österreich

Living in a manifold society includes dealing with diversity. For some areas of diversity, proper concepts are already existing. But there is a lack of concepts for dealing with sexual and gender diversity. This workshop is trying to find an answer to the following question: What compentences are necessary for educationists, to deal appropriately with sexual and gender diversity? The workshop contains theoretical input about these competences as well as games and exercises to develop competences and explore strategies to transfer the issue to your respective workplace practice.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Discover the Bible barefoot. Cooperative adventure games for church and school practice.

Dr. Dieter Altmannsperger und Bianca Dieckmann, Berlin

Leiter des Referates Religionsunterricht der EKBO und Schulpfarrerin in Spandau

Cooperative adventure games have become an integral part of educational work and have become an indispensable part of well-managed group processes. And they still have an extraordinary religious educational potential: with cooperative tasks that combine play and adventure, biblical stories are unlocked and brought into the present. In the workshop, cooperative adventure games on the Bible will be tried out and asked about their effectiveness. Prerequisite for participation: Interest in adventure education, willingness to try out games and to play barefoot.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
25 max
Room red
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Don’t play WITH rules but play with RULES!

Dahlia Hedemann, Rastede

Freiwilliges Kulturelles Jahr im Ev. Bildungshaus Rastede, Amateurschauspielerin an der Landesbühne Wilhelmshaven

Sometimes they help someone and sometimes they’re really annoying – the rules! They tell you how to behave. For example in school, at work or even in society. But that’s over today! We don’t use rules to obey them! We use rules to change or reinvent them! So turn your head off, think laterally and Play! Look forward to a workshop, where anything can be possible!

12.30 - 13.30
Workshop
16 max
Room lime green
extracurricular activities with youth, school

Draw your computer game

Michael Lange, Berlin

Medienpädagoge

You always wanted to create your own computer game? Here you can create your very own Jump'n'Run, with all the trimmings. Create your character, fantastic worlds, creepy monsters and tricky levels. All you need are colorful wooden blocks or a sheet of paper and colored pencils. In the workshop you can try out different apps that teach you how to creatively handle computer games.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
15 max
Room green
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Games with everyday materials - cardboard rolls, egg cartons & Co.

Martin Stief, Flecken Zechlin

Diplom Sportwissenschaftler, Fachpädagoge für Psychomotorik, Sportlehrer, Dozent

Child's play without everyday materials? Hard to imagine! Especially the things we encounter in everyday life are full of play ideas and creative possibilities. Finding new functions and contents allows us to perceive our environment and promotes our professional, social and personal skills. Different materials are presented and exercises, games and rules are developed and shown, which can easily be put into practice. Especially in small rooms and without a big budget these materials offer a lot of fun and support.

12.30 - 13.30
Workshop
20 max
Room blue
kindergarten, school, Schule, toddlers

GG20. Do (not) play with the fundamental rights of our democracy

Carla, Claudia / Kühhirt, Claudia, Rostock

Studienleiterinnen bei der Evangelischen Akademie der Nordkirche: Studienleiterin für gesellschaftspolitische Jugendbildung / Studienleiterin für Demokratiebildung

Our constitution is 70 years old. In order to engage with our basic rights with pleasure and interest and to recognize their significance for one's own life and our coexistence, the game "GG20" can be used (in four languages). Under the direction of the Protestant Academy of the North Church and its Regional Centers for Democratic Culture, the game was developed by democracy educators. Playfully it can be learned what, for example, the "right to petition" is, what "socialisation" actually means and why "privacy of letters" is still important, even if you do not write letters. Attention: A monster is upset and endangers our peaceful coexistence. We play, discuss and then reflect on how the game can be used at home, in school or in a youth group.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
25 max
Room indigo
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Imago in pedagogy - experiencing and conveying empathy playfully

Ilka Wiegrefe und Viktor Bauernfeind, Wien

Leitung Team Präsent - Institut für Gewaltprävention und Beziehungskultur/A-Wien, Psychosoziale Berater/in, Lerncoach, Imago-Coach, Referentin, L.E.O.-Award Preisträgerin, Kinder- und Schulbuch Autor/in, Sozialpädagoge, Kinderliedermacher

Secure, empathic connections lead to increased teaching and learning success. Using simple rules and tools from the depth psychological "Imago" method, learn about revolutionary contents about relationship management and communication possibilities in a playful way, adapted to everyday pedagogical life. Together we expand and deepen psycho-social competencies with new and exciting contents. In the workshop, theory inputs alternate with songs and practical exercises from our "BeziehungsKULTur" book (from the age of 5) "Did I hear you? In Austria, this is a textbook recognised by the Federal Ministry of Education for the 1st-4th school level German and general education interdisciplinary. With the author Ilka Wiegrefe and the children's songwriter Viktor Bauernfeind.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
Room Orange
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Mathematics begins with the egg carton - Introduction to the therapy concept of the Göttingen numerical images

Harald Schmidt, Göttingen

Dyskalkulietherapeut - Spieleerfinder (Mungo-Verlag "Spielend Mathematik lernen!")

With structured number images to reliable head calculation structures. On the basis of the egg carton scheme (2 x 5) for the structured number sets in the number space up to 10 and beyond the transition to 10, a concept tested in many therapy hours is presented. According to this concept, children learn to structure sets of numbers in a meaningful way in order to calculate better and to exploit computing advantages. This concept can be used for all basic arithmetic operations, from the action level to the pictorial representation and symbolic representation to differentiated automation, and can be used both playfully and in systematic, varied training. In the workshop, ideas for the production of games and other materials that have been developed and tested by the speaker himself are presented.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
24 max
Room pink
curative education, parents, school

New games - that regulates itself?!

Jan Koch, Chemnitz

FK Soziale Arbeit, Referent für Spiel- und Gruppenpädagogik sowie Rechtsfragen in der Jugendarbeit, päd. MA der Herbergsleitung Thalheim und der Akademie Ehrenamt Chemnitz, Projektleiter Die Vereiser

The focus is on playing! You can expect games for big groups from the rich pool of New Games, but also old and new cooperative and competitive games for up to 100 participants. Most of all that means a lot of fun! Whoever tried to get through grandma’s Rommé regulations, will not long to explain complicated rules to a big group of people. So we selected games that are almost self-explanatory or let guidelines evolve themselves. And if not, we are going to take care of it! With all the participants! This is going to be a dynamic process and that’s why there will be a list of games via e-mail after the event. Maybe there will be a completely new game without any rules on this list?
The seminar is in German, but you are welcome to bring a translator and participate nonetheless.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
100 max
Meadow at the "Fachschule"
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Origami toys

Enikő Orient, Budapest (Hungary)

Textilkünstlerin, Universität der Kunstgewerbe Budapest, Kunstlehrerin

The aim of the workshop: From the simplest material, the paper to make a 3D toy itself. The effects of origami folding on skill development may include: physical-physiological (the dexterity), sensual, (sense of orientation, visual, spatial skills), memorandum, interpersonal relationships (tolerance, assistance). The game lends success from childhood to adulthood through the self-made, sustainable end product.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
10 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
extracurricular activities with children, parents, school

Playing with Gender

Sarah Brune / Robert Dommroese, Magdeburg

Sarah Brune (Erziehungswissenschaften B.A., Referentin für Geschlechtervielfalt)/Robert Dommroese (Soziale Arbeit M.A., Bildungsreferent für Jungen*arbeit)

During the workshop, the participants will get to know CrossDressing as a method of empowerment. Participants are invited to use clothing and cosmetics to slip into other gender roles. The aim is to examine gender boundaries and critically question stereotypes.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
15 max
Room white
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, parents

Swedish Outdoor Education

Daniel Backgård, Bromma (Sweden)

Pedagogue, supervisor and outdoor pedagogue

Swedish outdoor pedagogy for groups. Afterwards we will reflect on the experiences we will have made. The swedish outdoor pedagogy ( swedish: “Utepedagogik”) is influenced by the progressive educational idea of the Scandinavian “Friluftsliv” and the movement of the “Outward Bound”. Its goal is to change personal values through nature based movement interventions and the prevention of stress as well as the improvement of communication in groups. Get to know some selected methods of the outdoor pedagogy as we practice it in Sweden.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
45 max
Tent D
general

The Theatrical Mixing Board

Ana-Svenja Kiesewalter, Berlin

Theaterpädagogin. Vorstandsarbeit, Projektleitung und Workshopleitung bei ACT e.V. (www.act-berlin.de) seit 2008. Arbeitsschwerpunkt: biografisch-partizipativen Theaterarbeit mit Jugendlichen.

Introduction and practical exercises to the Theatrical Mixing Board by Maike Plath/ACT e.V. in theatrical pedagogical work with young people: The mixing board principle is based on democratic leadership and transparency of knowledge and enables participative learning and design processes. In accordance with the principle of "open knowledge" through fragmentation, the theatrical mixing board divides specialist knowledge into the smallest possible units and makes them available in a transparent manner. This opens up a wide range of learning and design possibilities.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
20 max
Room purple
extracurricular activities with youth, school

To experience and explore the world with play

Ruth Dommer-Sesay, Berlin

Pädagogin; Fachreferentin Globales Lernen

Discovering and understanding the world in a playful way - this is an approach of modern pedagogy, which also aims at understanding and living in a globalised world (e.g. learning in global contexts). Practical approaches of this kind for child, youth and family education in and outside school will be introduced. Instructions will be presented and, above all, tried out in practice. The focus is on games and game situations that provide access to Africa, Asia and Latin America. The workshop is also suitable for families because it is mainly about the practical application of the game. Specialists receive individual advice.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
20 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

Transparent Paper Stars and Origami

Szilvia Hunyadvári / Johanna Bakó, Budapest (Hungary)

Verpackungsdesignerin, Universität der Kunstgewerbe, Budapest

The essence of the window stars is Light. Light makes mixing colours and shapes visible – in infinite variations. You can learn to play colour theory and geometry during the game, so that it can be proposed from an educational point of view.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
10 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
extracurricular activities with youth, parents, school

Unspoken rules and assumptions - the role of beliefs for educational work

Matthias Beutler, Berlin

Bildungsreferent für Globales Lernen und Antidiskriminierung, Theatertherapeut

Unspoken rules and assumptions influence our work as a team as well as our work with clients. What we belief is the “right behavior” concerning tasks, challenges or conflicts as well as our assumptions about agreements concerning hierarchy, harmony and distance/closeness shape the way we handle things. The workshop will focus on how such internalized rules and assumptions, so-called beliefs, influence communication and togetherness. Also will we play a few little games with the intention to find out more about your own “beliefs” and to question them.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
adult education, curative education, extracurricular activities with youth

VillaCircus Bonini - Circus performance

Circus Knopf (Antje Hildebrandt), Tangermünde, OT Miltern

Freischaffende Circusdirektorin

Collaboration with others – a special kind of project: Circus Knopf and twelve residents of the Calvörde dormitory for people with disabilities have, for the thirteenth year, spent a full week juggling, ponderin, practicing and training to present their own circus programme.
For everybody between 4 to 104 - come join us!

12.30 - 13.30
Performance
Tent C
general

Fri 13:00

PLAYING with the rules of MUSIC

Ulrich Hansmeier / Nicolas Schulze / Alexander Beierbach, Berlin

Dipl. Soz.päd., Arbeit mit Kindern im Kirchenkreis Teltow-Zehlendorf, Schwerpunkt Theater und Musik

In the workshop, methods are presented to deal with rules of music in a playful way. A large number of unusual instruments - psalter, harp, pipedream, orff instruments - are available for this purpose. How well the presented methods can be used in the narration of biblical stories, we will exemplify and test the Jonaheschichte.
After the workshop, they will experience music by Johann Sebastian Bach as the plaything of the duo TWIRLS. What happens when the original is translated into today's modern language? What interpretations become possible when Bach's music is playfully varied and gradually expanded and disassembled?

13.00 - 14.30
Workshop
Church
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Which rules apply? Inclusive play – Action and community games with people with and without disabilities

Matthias Kipke, Dresden

Diplom Religions- und Gemeindepädagoge (FH); Heilpädagogische Ausbildung; Mitarbeiter im Referat JuB - Jugendarbeit Barrierefrei im Ev.-Luth. Landesjugendpfarramt Sachsen

Playing brings people closer, playing connects. Does it also work in a group with people with and without disabilities? Basic strategies of playing together and game pedagogy are discussed in the workshop. With practical exercises the pedagogical and human learning process in (heterogeneous, inclusive) groups should be given the necessary weight. And we will notice: "Rules are there to be changed". Playing is experienced as a means to an end for an inclusive coexistence. Learning through experience: In the workshop - for our groups - for me. Material: references to game material, literature, WS summary available on paper or digitally

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
20 max
Room yellow
general

Fri 14:30

(be cancelled) Playing maths

Dr. Aljoscha Jegodtka, Berlin

Referent in Fort- und Weiterbildung www.fruehe-mathematik.de

Mathematical games are fun: they are games! At the same time they use special mathematical aspects and thus contribute to the development of children's mathematical skills. In this workshop different games will be presented, which can be played with simple materials and little effort in different settings. The focus is on games for children between the ages of 3 and 6. On the one hand it will be shown how the games work and how they can be adapted to the state of development of children. On the other hand, the mathematical content is explained and it is emphasized which mathematical development steps are of particular importance for the children. Book tip: Aljoscha Jegodtka (2018): Mathe spielen. Impulse für die mathematische Bildung in der Kita. Herder-Verlag: Freiburg i.Br..

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
Room orange
außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, Kindergarten, toddlers

Activation through theatre pedagogy

Joao Albertini, Berlin

Brasilianischer Theaterpädagoge, lebt in Berlin; Fachreferent Globales Lernen,

Activation approaches of the Theatre of the Oppressed (A. Boal) in entering education (in and out of school) with reference to globalisation. Topics and, above all, practical theatre pedagogical exercises are presented with which children, young people and adults can be sensitised, qualified and activated for the world and a diverse and tolerant life in it. As the workshop focuses on entertaining role plays, it is also suitable for cross-generational use (e.g. parents with children).

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Development through play and movement - sometimes without rules and sometimes with them!?

Elke Schmidt / Anke Blaschka, Luckenwalde

Jugendsozialarbeiterin/ MA & Dipl.-Psych., Trainerin, Fortbildungsreferentin SFBB

Come along on a playful hike through nature and find out how a team event for grown children with little means and a lot of fun could look like, which imparts knowledge, is intended to stimulate discourse about rules and simply is fun. After theoretical input on the topic "Playing makes sense - when playing has a purpose", the instruction of games, a brief insight into game pedagogy and the importance of games for promoting and challenging strengths, there are exercises and games in nature to stimulate discussion and to inspire. The participants will receive a handout as a summary.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room pink
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Fairness-Cup

Thomas Gotthard und Freunde, Berlin, Berlin

Projektemacher, Künstler, Mitstreiter der Sisyphos-Gesellschaft

The Fairness Cup is a game competition that, on the basis of its rules, ensures that only fair behavior and cooperation lead to success. In the course of the competition, which lasts several days, the participants have to complete various exercises, tasks and competitions in constantly reconstructed partner or group constellations. Not one of us alone, but all of us together are able to reach the goal. We will present the offer, provide experiences and practically test out points of the program. We are looking forward to feedback and exchange.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
24 max
Tent E
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Goosey Gander game with social-therapeutic aim

Ruthild und Johanna Heimann, Brixen (Italy)

Ruthild H.: Ergotherapeutin im Südtiroler Kinderdorf/ Brixen/Italien / Johanna H:: Studium der Kommunikation und Didaktik der Kunst, momentan in Mutterschaft

This workshop offers a creative way to explore the well-known "Gänsespiel" (Goosey Gander race game). The spontaneous process of creating own orders/laws, rules and consequences, offers an added value. Experience on field shows a high benefit for children and adolescents regarding competences like giving feedback and their decision-making process, while simultaneously maintaining the fun factor of a game. After a short theoretical introduction with some examples, we will start playing in small groups, building up our game base and figures. A final analysis with a special eye on the possibility to transfer the experiences into practical fields of application concludes the workshop.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room gold
curative education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

NEW GAMES

Annegret Volkmuth, Hopfgarten

Dipl. Sozialpädagogin / Spielpädagoge

Games for large groups are first introduced, then played together and finally changed by rule modifications. Together we ask questions, such as: How did the game change? Has this change resulted in a new example? Or a completely new game? What can you achieve by quickly adapting the rules? Are rule changes in the interest of the group? How do I handle rule changes as a game leader? By consciously modifying the rules and directly experiencing the effect ourselves, we want to encourage people to adapt games and to "play with rules" more often. In a handout there will be a small checklist for game instructions as well as the games played.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
100 max
Meadow at the "Fachschule"
außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Outdoor games in the school.

Łukasz Hajduk, Kraków (Poland)

academic teacher from the Jagiellonian University; PhD of pedagogy; from several years lecturer from education through play; trainer of teachers (active methods in teaching); culture animator; founder the Center of Education and Animation

Outdoor games are a practice example of outdoor education or adventure education. It is very close to experiential pedagogy (Erlebnispädagogik). Aim of this workshop is the presentation of outdoor games as an example of activating methods in teaching. During this workshop participants get to know the basics about outdoor games: How to prepare a simple game, how to use outdoor games in school, how to enter adventure elements to such games. Participants get to know various types of outdoor games – among other questing games, scavenger hunts, games with a map, role-playing games. The first half of the workshop time will be spent inside – during this time, participants get to know various tools and useful knowledge (how to prepare simple maps, QR code, “questing” and other). The second part of the workshop will be outside. During this part, participants will experience various elements of outdoor games. It will be a very practical workshop lead by a person with scouts experience.

14.30 - 16.00
English / German, Workshop
20 max
Room yellow
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, kindergarten, school

Pearl necklaces with code – information encoded in jewelery

Elżbieta Hornowska / Agnieszka Wojas / Elżbieta Furmańska / Halina Oster / Anna Adamczyk / Ula Żyżyńska, Warszawa (Poland)

Trainerinnen des Vereins KLANZA

An approach to various aspects of information coding.
From different prepared materials: metal, paper, cloth, feathers, yarn, rubber, plastic materials and others we make pearls. Each type of pearl is associated with certain behaviors, actions, gestures and sounds. The beads are threaded on a string. The participants then present the decrypted information from their pearl necklaces. Participants can take the chains they made.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
25 max
Tent (B) "Poland"
extracurricular activities with children, school

Play with rules or rules to play with

Myra van de Wiel & Karin Christiansen-Weniger, Oisterwijk (Netherlands)

Wilna: Dozentin und Supervisorin Spielpädagogik und Spieltherapie / Myra: Fachlehrerin für Spielbegleitung und Bewegungserziehung.

You can create associations to this sentence in various ways. In the board game you play with rules, you are expected to stick to the rules, you can change the rules yourself, you can agree on rules, you can ask yourself how binding rules are, there are rules in interaction, in role-playing, moving games, offside and in partygames, are rules culturally defined or are they the same worldwide? Which rules do you make in the game and how do you deal with it? Do you play with rules to set a strategy to win or is it cooperative play if you work within certain rules. In short, many interpretations. In this workshop we will learn which rules you can discover during the game and how you can handle them.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
25 max
Room purple
adult education, curative education, school, Schule

Playing with folk art motifs

Zsuzsanna Sevella / Emma Gonda / Zics Adrienn, Székesfehérvár (Hungary)

Game maker, game developer and game pedagogy expert / public educator/ assistant

We believe it is important to present our traditional decorative motifs and pattern designs to the young, children, adults and foreigners alike. To teach this language we developed the Mintakincstár/Treasure trove of patterns series. We present the treasured ancestral traditions in a way that fulfils the requirements of modern needs and sensibilities, but maintains their original meaning. Our goal is to "smuggle back" to the daily life the traditional designs and motifs that can still be rarely encountered today. This is the reason why we organise regular presentations and practice oriented training sessions for educators, kindergarten teachers, as well as public education and public collection specialists. The patterns were incorporated into various games, such as memory games, puzzles, dominoes and riddles. Materials prepared at the workshop or the activity can be taken home, and various pre-prepared kits can be bought.

14.30 - 16.00
English / German, Workshop
30 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
general

PowerGames! Activities to improve reflective Leadership

Daniel Gajdusek-Schuster, Tribuswinkel (Austria)

Trainer für Leitungskompetenzen in Teams und Gruppen; Erwachsenenbildner; Gestalttrainer

Everyone who leads a group is in a position of power and determines its rules. The activities in this workshop enhance dealing with power in a more gentle and reflected way. By playfully engaging in dynamics such as leading - following, autonomy - authority and self-organization - other-directed, we will expand our perception on group-dynamics in a pedagogical framework.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
30 max
Room lime green
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Quality pigments - only by organized production

Michael Schicketanz, Zahna

Farbenkoch

Mixing colours and painting with them usually requires creativity much more than recipes and rules. Making pigments from colored rocks is much different! The children themselves discovered that everything has to be in order to create beautiful pigments. It reminds one of assembly line work - but in a positive sense. For older kids: Also for the creation of pigments from plants you should follow some rules to get beautiful results.

14.30 - 15.30
Workshop
20 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, kindergarten, school

Regulation as a blessing

Axel Pulvermüller, Hildesheim

Dipl. Sozialpädagoge, Coach, OutdoorTrainer, Erlebnispädagoge

This workshop will focus on the use of rules of the game as they occur in team-building measures or experiential education programmes. This can also be of interest for coaching processes. What happens to individuals, to the group or to the team if the management is under- or overstrained with rules? What can a trainer or coach look out for, in order to bring himself or herself and others into the learning zone in a well-regulated manner? Experience and test this with exciting exercises; selected models of transaction analysis serve as support...

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
25 max
Room red
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

The discovery of silence

Corinna Liefeld / Katharina Richter, Potsdam

C. Liefeld: Bachelor of Art "Soziale Arbeit", Erzieherin, Diplom Sozialarbeiterin/-pädagogin (FH) / K. Richter: Systemisch-lösungsorientierte Therapeutin,/ Familientherapie (SG), Suchttherapeutin (VDR)

At the age of 4-10, children usually immerse themselves spontaneously in games and certain activities. While the younger children interpret their environment imaginatively, the older ones increasingly question critically and are interested in factual information. The more spirited children will generally expect an offer that appeals to their urge to explore and conquer the world, that promises fun and excitement. They are likely to approach an offer of silence cautiously and curiously. Here you can address other expectations of children that relate to their sense of honest engagement with the world, their desire for loving, just, peaceful coexistence. A deep expectation is fulfilled where they experience full attention and honest communication, which does not evade uncomfortable questions about death, anger and suffering. They can discover the need for peace. The expectation of play and fun can be met within the project with playful implementations, times for exhaustion and humour.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
kindergarten, school

Words say more than a thousand fists - game chain with communicative and cooperative games without much material

Ralf Brinkhoff, Löhne

Spiel- und Theaterpädagoge, Deeskalationstrainer

A game chain is a sequence of games that are incorporated into a game story. The participants will be shown how to playfully work on a topic with children from the age of 8 and adolescents. It clarifies with which simple (game) rules playful social learning takes place and interaction with each other is practiced. It also conveys this very practically, as the respective games are played within the workshop. All games require little material and are easy to implement.

14.30 - 15.30
Workshop
30 max
Tent D
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Fri 15:00

I have rules - a regulated game experiment

Heike Scharf / Uwe Fischer, Rastede

Spiel-und TheaterpädagogInnen

How does it works if we set the rules for workshops at the "Spielmarkt" out of order? Or what happens if we do everything different? We would like to invite you to get some really new playing experiences - with rules of a special wise. We selected our favourite exercises and games based on our theatre pedagogy work which we would like to try with you. Let's go - have fun!

15.00 - 16.00
Workshop
16 max
Room blue
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Learning to read with games - nouns with article and rhyme-formations

Isolde von Knobloch, Stutensee

Lerntherapie, Sprachförderung

Subject of this conjunction of reading and fun is a cardgame with 100 German nouns and 8 jokers. The rules (UNO-rules) are well-known so it is an easy to implement reading and pronounciation game for families or groups.

15.00 - 16.00
Workshop
Room green
general

Fri 15:30

PLAYING with the rules of MUSIC

Ulrich Hansmeier / Nicolas Schulze / Alexander Beierbach, Berlin

Dipl. Soz.päd., Arbeit mit Kindern im Kirchenkreis Teltow-Zehlendorf, Schwerpunkt Theater und Musik

In the workshop, methods are presented to deal with rules of music in a playful way. A large number of unusual instruments - psalter, harp, pipedream, orff instruments - are available for this purpose. How well the presented methods can be used in the narration of biblical stories, we will exemplify and test the Jonaheschichte.
After the workshop, they will experience music by Johann Sebastian Bach as the plaything of the duo TWIRLS. What happens when the original is translated into today's modern language? What interpretations become possible when Bach's music is playfully varied and gradually expanded and disassembled?

15.30 - 17.00
Workshop
Church
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Fri 16:15

(be cancelled) One game – two rules

Astrid Schulze, Berlin

Spiel-und Theaterpädagogin

At first there will be a short introduction to the theory of games. Than we will play some games together, each of them two times with different rules. In the end we will discuss the question: Can a variation of rules changes the game completely?

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
30 max
Tent D
general

Escaperoom - General Solutions

Annika Gramoll / Ole Jantschek / Burkhard Schmidt / Jan Witza, Berlin

Innovationsgruppe Digitale Demokratie der Evangelischen Trägergruppe für gesellschaftspolitische Jugendbildung

The workshop offers the experience of an Escape Room and invites to discuss questions of the application possibilities, evaluation and didactization of Escape Adventure Games. The participants will be guests at "General Solutions", the leading technology company of its time. GS is about to introduce another technical innovation, the General Score, which brings together all the data available about a person in a ranking. In the future, this ranking will provide a rational basis for deciding who in society should have which choices. Topics arising from the Escape Room include the use and manipulation of emotions and the influence of digitalization on political communication and democratic discourse in society. In addition, various ethical and political questions are raised. General Solution - Better future, better me.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
8 max
Room lime green
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Games and methods for group work

Christin Reuter, Berlin

Leiterin der Evangelischen Familienbildung im Kirchenkreis Reinickendorf

Games and methods for group work will be tried out together to help stimulate groups and to create a balance between concentration and relaxation.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
17 max
Room red
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

How to have fun in teaching and how to love rules

Wolfgang Leirer, St. Pölten (Austria)

Studienleiter des Masterlehrgangs "Soziokulturelle Animation - Gruppen spielend leiten"

Games, Teaching, life itself needs rules, doesn't it? Can life work without roules? As a participant in this workshop you can try how it feels to invent and create your own rules. For sure you will be able to learn a lot here for your teaching experience. Wolfgang Leirer will guide you in this workshop where you even might be able to learn some things about yourself...

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
30 max
Room yellow
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Old games rediscovered

Gerhard Knecht, Köln

Dozent Spielpädagogik; Forum Spielpädagogik e.V.

Old games are revived in this workshop so that they are not forgotten. Many games still have the same appeal as a few hundred years ago - but are they still up to date? In this workshop we will try this out together. Everyday group games are also changed and rediscovered. How can the game be changed so that a new game stimulus invites everyone to play again? The participants learn to modify games with a few tricks and breathe new life into them. In practice, they will play together and reflect together, drawing on the current work situation, as well as life situation of the children and teenagers.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
30 max
Room orange
general

Playativity – supporting creativity and innovation by playing

Michael Kienreich, Gratwein-Straßengel (Austria)

Spielpädagoge, Wald- und Wildnispädagoge, Singleiter, Leiter für Jeux Dramatiques, systemische Arbeit, Sozialpädagoge i. A.

In our global world social and global questions become more and more important. The only chance to handle them is to move forward from linear innovations to real creativity and innovation. As the mindset behind creativity is somehow playful, keeping children, youth and adults playing without mental borders seems to be the only solution to enable a society that can handle those challenges with couriosity and find completely new solutions. This playful workshop tries to show the importance of change, give impulses, exchange experiences, start networking and help to transfer the ideas to everyday life.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
general

Playing with Gender

Sarah Brune / Robert Dommroese, Magdeburg

Sarah Brune (Erziehungswissenschaften B.A., Referentin für Geschlechtervielfalt)/Robert Dommroese (Soziale Arbeit M.A., Bildungsreferent für Jungen*arbeit)

During the workshop, the participants will get to know CrossDressing as a method of empowerment. Participants are invited to use clothing and cosmetics to slip into other gender roles. The aim is to examine gender boundaries and critically question stereotypes.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
15 max
Room white
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, parents

Rules of the Community

Gabriele Meisner, Berlin

Diplom-Sozialpädagogin, Dozentin, Autorin

A playgroup can itself determine and agree their rules. These are the basis for a successful game process with a community. We will implement this in the workshop and playfully introduce our rules, values

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
30 max
Tent E
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

The table footbal

Mr. Gabor Veress, Szigetszentmiklós (Hungary)

Volkskundler/Ethnograf, Museologe, emeritierter Museumsdirektor

The table football - soccer button ("gombfoci") - spread in Hungary for 100 years. Today it is called sector ballgame ("szektorlabda"). Table football can be played by players of all ages and is an interactive alternative to screen games. There are efforts to recognize the foosball as "Hungaricum".

16.15 - 17.45
Action
15 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
general

The tangible strolls into the virtual. I design the world the way I like! – Stop-Motion-filmtechnique

Lucija Oroz / Nino Hives / Boris Zujko / Ana Warnhoff-Stanic, Otocac (Croatia)

L. Oroz: Animations-Künstlerin / N. Hives: Bildhauer (beide vom OU Podum Kroatien) B. Zujko: Sozialpädagoge, soz.-päd. Arbeit an Berliner Schulen /A. Warnhoff-Stanic: Filmemacherin, Dokumentaristin, Trainerin, arbeitet in der europäischen Filmszene, u.a. für Cineuropa und Lux Prize (Filmpreis des Europäischen Parlaments) und begleitet mehrere Jugendprojekte in Berlin und international. (beide vom Mensch-Raum Land e.V. Berlin)

An animated film will be produced. Here you can breathe life into your toys or any other objects and develop a two-dimensional story for the characters, that you created out of different materials. Using sounds and voices, the third dimension will be added and of course you also create these yourself. It only needs a few rules of animated movies, to create a world with your own rules. A wooden spoon for cooking can become a super hero, a piece of paper a rescue ship. A stop motion film is created by using many single pictures, which are developed and produced in a step-by-step process of creative work in a team and by adding voices, sounds and music. Together with our international team the participants will learn that the development of characters, stories and whole worlds, needs patience, persistence and a lot of openness for the ideas of others. The workshop offers the possibility to explore and understand the connections of tangible reality and virtual animated pictures, especially for children. Our children could be from age 8 to 80!

16.15 - 17.45
English / German, Workshop
10 max
Room green
general

The Theatrical Mixing Board

Ana-Svenja Kiesewalter, Berlin

Theaterpädagogin. Vorstandsarbeit, Projektleitung und Workshopleitung bei ACT e.V. (www.act-berlin.de) seit 2008. Arbeitsschwerpunkt: biografisch-partizipativen Theaterarbeit mit Jugendlichen.

Introduction and practical exercises to the Theatrical Mixing Board by Maike Plath/ACT e.V. in theatrical pedagogical work with young people: The mixing board principle is based on democratic leadership and transparency of knowledge and enables participative learning and design processes. In accordance with the principle of "open knowledge" through fragmentation, the theatrical mixing board divides specialist knowledge into the smallest possible units and makes them available in a transparent manner. This opens up a wide range of learning and design possibilities.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
20 max
Room purple
extracurricular activities with youth, school

Thread play is more! Thread play figures and magic tricks for beginners and advanced players.

Georg Walschik, Bremen

Fadenspieler

The participants get an insight into the world of thread play in a playful way. These kinds of games are enjoyed worldwide. Thread games are generally understood to be a game in which a circularly closed string is turned into thread figures or tricks with the help of hands and fingers through certain movements. The thread games convey the basic terms right, left, bottom, top, front and back, as well as the names of the fingers. The players are encouraged in their finger mobility and fine motor skills and expand their creativity by creating their own figures. Through their openness, the thread plays are able to connect people of all ages, genders and nationalities.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
25 max
Room blue
general

To experience and explore the world with play

Ruth Dommer-Sesay, Berlin

Pädagogin; Fachreferentin Globales Lernen

Discovering and understanding the world in a playful way - this is an approach of modern pedagogy, which also aims at understanding and living in a globalised world (e.g. learning in global contexts). Practical approaches of this kind for child, youth and family education in and outside school will be introduced. Instructions will be presented and, above all, tried out in practice. The focus is on games and game situations that provide access to Africa, Asia and Latin America. The workshop is also suitable for families because it is mainly about the practical application of the game. Specialists receive individual advice.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
20 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

Twirling Poi to music – the dreamlike combination of music and movement

Klaus Scheuermann, Ippesheim

Künstler und Pädagoge

In this workshop you will experience the dreamlike combination of music and movement. With the help of the concept of movement-name-notation and the associated step model according to Klaus Scheuermann, you will learn a choreography for poi-twirling in no time. Previous knowledge is not required.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
20 max
Room gold
general

Unspoken rules and assumptions - the role of beliefs for educational work

Matthias Beutler, Berlin

Bildungsreferent für Globales Lernen und Antidiskriminierung, Theatertherapeut

Unspoken rules and assumptions influence our work as a team as well as our work with clients. What we belief is the “right behavior” concerning tasks, challenges or conflicts as well as our assumptions about agreements concerning hierarchy, harmony and distance/closeness shape the way we handle things. The workshop will focus on how such internalized rules and assumptions, so-called beliefs, influence communication and togetherness. Also will we play a few little games with the intention to find out more about your own “beliefs” and to question them.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
adult education, curative education, extracurricular activities with youth

VillaCircus Bonini - Circus performance

Circus Knopf (Antje Hildebrandt), Tangermünde, OT Miltern

Freischaffende Circusdirektorin

Collaboration with others – a special kind of project: Circus Knopf and twelve residents of the Calvörde dormitory for people with disabilities have, for the thirteenth year, spent a full week juggling, ponderin, practicing and training to present their own circus programme.
For everybody between 4 to 104 - come join us!

16.15 - 17.15
Performance
Tent C
general

Saturday 4 May 2019

Sat 10:30-18:00 all-day repeating

Climbing

Maria Nottrott / Oliver Miebach / Uwe Kretschmann, Magdeburg

ErlebnispädagogInnen, Ropes-Course-TrainerInnen

Without rules, we don't go up. Only when rules or standards are defined, safety is guaranteed. In a cooperative project, rope elements between the trees are created for testing during the 2 days of Spielmarkt.

ganztägig
Action
In the area
general

SMART WORLD - understanding the world in a more playful way

Olaf Menzel / Eric Giercke, Potsdam

Lehrende an einer Fachschule für Sozialpädagogik

Have you ever wondered, how the rain sensor in the car wiper works or an ATM counts the bills or how to turn on the heater with the phone? In the context of digital education, it is possible to develop simple smart gadgets with microcomputers (e.g., ARDUINO or RASPBERRY). This helps to understand how something works - the feeling of helpless dependence on technology dissolves. First schools (including elementary schools) are already working with it. We will be happy to approach interested people (they do not have to be techies). With some hardware, simple programs and above all a lot of imagination, we can creatively design our environment SMARTER ourselves. This is not a classic workshop, but rather an offer to try oneself, to get involved, to discover, to understand and to take fears and insecurities - or just to talk. Welcome

ganztägig
Action
Room light blue
außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school, Schule

The forgotten commandment.

Sascha Dörger, Mühlheim a.d.Ruhr

 

ganztägig
Exhibition
Church
general

The table footbal

Mr. Gabor Veress, Szigetszentmiklós (Hungary)

Volkskundler/Ethnograf, Museologe, emeritierter Museumsdirektor

The table football - soccer button ("gombfoci") - spread in Hungary for 100 years. Today it is called sector ballgame ("szektorlabda"). Table football can be played by players of all ages and is an interactive alternative to screen games. There are efforts to recognize the foosball as "Hungaricum".

ganztägig
Action
15 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
general

Sat 10:30

(be cancelled) Swedish Outdoor Education

Daniel Backgård, Bromma (Sweden)

Pedagogue, supervisor and outdoor pedagogue

Swedish outdoor pedagogy for groups. Afterwards we will reflect on the experiences we will have made. The swedish outdoor pedagogy ( swedish: “Utepedagogik”) is influenced by the progressive educational idea of the Scandinavian “Friluftsliv” and the movement of the “Outward Bound”. Its goal is to change personal values through nature based movement interventions and the prevention of stress as well as the improvement of communication in groups. Get to know some selected methods of the outdoor pedagogy as we practice it in Sweden.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
45 max
Tent D
general

A Comic „Cutting-Rule Game-Pole“ – Between exhilaration and rule to the goal

Anita Fuchs, Berlin

Freiberufliche Kommunikationstrainerin & kultur- und spielpädagische Kunstvermittlerin im Raum, mit 20 jähriger Bühnenbildgestaltungs- und Spielraumerfahrung {Set Design, M.F.A. / Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum M.A.}

A live-editing-suite-playground that provides visual frames for cutting and combining a specific game content, including the associated basic rules and regulations. People simulate, create or hide realities through the game. In order to experience these realities, rules are established that discipline the spontaneity and improvisation of the impulses. My game consists of comic frames, which can be combined due to cutting rules and in itself, a set of rules for 4 games from: competition, identification, strategy and luck, is illustrated. The totality of the resulting combinations determines the built game universe of the 4 teams. Based on cutting jokers like: comic bubbles, empty frames and aperture types, as well as playing-tool add-ons, the dramaturgy of the comic can be changed and brought into a larger field of exciting intense experience. All 4 comic strips are animated and brought to life. Bonus: The comic strip with the biggest stop-motion narrative spectrum will be played live with everybody.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
16 max
Room pink
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Bucket drumming

Philipp Elsner, Potsdam

freiberuflicher Musiker und zertifizierter Bandcoach

During the workshop we will introduce the "bucket drumming" method, which involves drumming on a bucket. We will actively encourage the use of buckets as an ideal tool for group and individual work within projects. We will enter into an exchange with the participants, immerse ourselves in this modern educational method and provide suggestions for musical projects. Since 2010, the SPI Foundation has been successfully involved in cultural education and socio-pedagogically oriented project work with the medium of music (especially popular music) in the projects ZPOP (Centre for Popular Music) and "Mach Musik" in Potsdam. This includes holiday camps, workshops, courses and further education for professionals. Previous musical knowledge is not necessary for participation 🙂

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
16 max
Sports room
adult education, außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Design Thinking as mind- and toolset to develop promising prototypes for games.

Jonathan Delvendahl, Ulrich Künzel, Dresden

J. Delvendahl: Luftfahrt-Ingenieur, Design Thinking Coach, Workshop Moderator / U. Künzel: IT Berater, Design Thinking Coach, Workshop-Moderator

The workshop aims to show those who are interested in becoming game designers and publishers or who are interested in Design Thinking, how this mind- and toolset can help to shorten the way from a vague idea to a tangible prototype of a game. With Design Thinking methods we want to exemplify how it is possible to quickly get an approach for an actual artifact that can lead to a sophisticated game. We will try to relate to real-life demands / challenges of target groups as basis for successful publication of a game.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
20 max
Room indigo
general

Game stations

Dr. Siglinde Spuller und Studierende der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle Wittenberg, Halle/Saale

Religionspädagogin, Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle Wittenberg, Institut für Schulpädagogik und Grundschuldidaktik

„The competence of playing is a necessary condition for a successful development of essential cognitive and social competences.“ (B. Hauser 2014, 22). In this context rules play a prominent role. At different learning stations various educational games created by students of the Halle University can be tried out by children and adults.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
Tent E
parents, school

Games without Rules?

Michael Kienreich, Gratwein-Straßengel (Österreich)

Spielpädagoge, Wald- und Wildnispädagoge, Singleiter, Leiter für Jeux Dramatiques, systemische Arbeit, Sozialpädagoge i. A.

What are rules? What are they good for? Is it possible to play without rules and what happens when there are no rules? Aren‘t rules basicly needed for machines and isn‘t it a human strength to ignore rules consciously? In this lecture we look at some playful examples to follow the ideas of rules, play with them and discuss their chances and risks. A sceptical view at our society, from a philosophical, technical and educational perspective, that‘s expecting more and more self-determination and self-initiative, and therefore needs a good compromise of rules and freedom of rules.

10.30 - 12.00
Expert lecture, simultaneous translation
30 max
Room gold
general

Grandma´s classic games in new rules

Claudia Hartmann, Berlin

Diplom-Pädagogin, freie Dozentin im Kita-Bereich, Spieleredakteurin

The games of grandma´s times are real treasures. Together we remember and exchange ideas, in order to then play with the well-known rules. With a good dose of imagination we will link and add something, choose materials, change the function, structure or the sensory perception. Suddenly we are only allowed to clap with one hand in a clapping game, because we hold on to our partner with the other hand etc. In the game with rules everything is allowed. We will collect all the ideas to try them out afterwards.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
25 max
Room blue
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, PraxisSpielForum, school

I have rules - a regulated game experiment

Heike Scharf / Uwe Fischer, Rastede

Spiel-und TheaterpädagogInnen

How would the "Spielmarkt" workshops be, if we set the rules for them out of order? Or would happen if we did everything differently? We would like to invite you to experience playing in completely new ways - with rules of a special kind. We selected our favourite exercises and games based on our theatre pedagogy work which we would like to try with you. Let's go - have fun!

10.30 - 11.30
Workshop
16 max
Room purple
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

New games - that regulates itself?!

Jan Koch, Chemnitz

FK Soziale Arbeit, Referent für Spiel- und Gruppenpädagogik sowie Rechtsfragen in der Jugendarbeit, päd. MA der Herbergsleitung Thalheim und der Akademie Ehrenamt Chemnitz, Projektleiter Die Vereiser

The focus is on playing! You can expect games for big groups from the rich pool of New Games, but also old and new cooperative and competitive games for up to 100 participants. Most of all that means a lot of fun! Whoever tried to get through grandma’s Rommé regulations, will not long to explain complicated rules to a big group of people. So we selected games that are almost self-explanatory or let guidelines evolve themselves. And if not, we are going to take care of it! With all the participants! This is going to be a dynamic process and that’s why there will be a list of games via e-mail after the event. Maybe there will be a completely new game without any rules on this list?
The seminar is in German, but you are welcome to bring a translator and participate nonetheless.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Meadow at the "Fachschule"
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum

Origami toys

Enikő Orient, Budapest (Hungary)

Textilkünstlerin, Universität der Kunstgewerbe Budapest, Kunstlehrerin

The aim of the workshop: From the simplest material, the paper to make a 3D toy itself. The effects of origami folding on skill development may include: physical-physiological (the dexterity), sensual, (sense of orientation, visual, spatial skills), memorandum, interpersonal relationships (tolerance, assistance). The game lends success from childhood to adulthood through the self-made, sustainable end product.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
10 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
extracurricular activities with children, parents, school

Playful learning of rules of conduct with the "KlasseKinderSpiel"

Isabelle Erbslöh / Pascal Kleeberg, Siegen

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für "Erziehungswissenschaft mit Schwerpunkt Förderpädagogik (Förderschwerpunkte ,Lernen' sowie ,Emotionale und soziale Entwicklung')" an der Universität Siegen

In this workshop the game "KlasseKinderSpiel", which is based on theoretical principles of learning, is presented as a universal measure to prevent behavioral disorders in class. At the beginning an insight into the social-emotional development of children as well as into the basics of school-based prevention will be given. This is followed by a presentation of the theoretical anchoring of this teaching measure. The practical part of the workshop offers the opportunity to get to know the game "KlasseKinderSpiel" and its rules, goals, opportunities and challenges by means of concrete exercises.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Room orange
curative education, kindergarten, school

PowerGames! Activities to improve reflective Leadership

Daniel Gajdusek-Schuster, Tribuswinkel (Austria)

Trainer für Leitungskompetenzen in Teams und Gruppen; Erwachsenenbildner; Gestalttrainer

Everyone who leads a group is in a position of power and determines its rules. The activities in this workshop enhance dealing with power in a more gentle and reflected way. By playfully engaging in dynamics such as leading - following, autonomy - authority and self-organization - other-directed, we will expand our perception on group-dynamics in a pedagogical framework.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
30 max
Room silver
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

The tangible strolls into the virtual. I design the world the way I like! – Stop-Motion-filmtechnique

Lucija Oroz / Nino Hives / Boris Zujko / Ana Warnhoff-Stanic, Otocac (Croatia)

L. Oroz: Animations-Künstlerin / N. Hives: Bildhauer (beide vom OU Podum Kroatien) B. Zujko: Sozialpädagoge, soz.-päd. Arbeit an Berliner Schulen /A. Warnhoff-Stanic: Filmemacherin, Dokumentaristin, Trainerin, arbeitet in der europäischen Filmszene, u.a. für Cineuropa und Lux Prize (Filmpreis des Europäischen Parlaments) und begleitet mehrere Jugendprojekte in Berlin und international. (beide vom Mensch-Raum Land e.V. Berlin)

An animated film will be produced. Here you can breathe life into your toys or any other objects and develop a two-dimensional story for the characters, that you created out of different materials. Using sounds and voices, the third dimension will be added and of course you also create these yourself. It only needs a few rules of animated movies, to create a world with your own rules. A wooden spoon for cooking can become a super hero, a piece of paper a rescue ship. A stop motion film is created by using many single pictures, which are developed and produced in a step-by-step process of creative work in a team and by adding voices, sounds and music. Together with our international team the participants will learn that the development of characters, stories and whole worlds, needs patience, persistence and a lot of openness for the ideas of others. The workshop offers the possibility to explore and understand the connections of tangible reality and virtual animated pictures, especially for children. Our children could be from age 8 to 80!

10.30 - 12.00
English / German, Workshop
10 max
Room green
general, PraxisSpielForum

Thread play is more! Thread play figures and magic tricks for beginners and advanced players.

Georg Walschik, Bremen

Fadenspieler

The participants get an insight into the world of thread play in a playful way. These kinds of games are enjoyed worldwide. Thread games are generally understood to be a game in which a circularly closed string is turned into thread figures or tricks with the help of hands and fingers through certain movements. The thread games convey the basic terms right, left, bottom, top, front and back, as well as the names of the fingers. The players are encouraged in their finger mobility and fine motor skills and expand their creativity by creating their own figures. Through their openness, the thread plays are able to connect people of all ages, genders and nationalities.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
25 max
Room lime green
general, PraxisSpielForum

To experience and explore the world with play

Ruth Dommer-Sesay, Berlin

Pädagogin; Fachreferentin Globales Lernen

Discovering and understanding the world in a playful way - this is an approach of modern pedagogy, which also aims at understanding and living in a globalised world (e.g. learning in global contexts). Practical approaches of this kind for child, youth and family education in and outside school will be introduced. Instructions will be presented and, above all, tried out in practice. The focus is on games and game situations that provide access to Africa, Asia and Latin America. The workshop is also suitable for families because it is mainly about the practical application of the game. Specialists receive individual advice.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
20 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, PraxisSpielForum, school

Transparent Paper Stars and Origami

Szilvia Hunyadvári / Johanna Bakó, Budapest (Hungary)

Verpackungsdesignerin, Universität der Kunstgewerbe, Budapest

The essence of the window stars is Light. Light makes mixing colours and shapes visible – in infinite variations. You can learn to play colour theory and geometry during the game, so that it can be proposed from an educational point of view.

10.30 - 12.00
Workshop
10 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
extracurricular activities with youth, parents, school

Who rules the games?

David Wiechoczek, Friedland

Jugendpfarrer, Streetworker, Nachhilfelehrer

Which image of God and which model of human community is transported by our rules to play? Who dominates them? What is my aim by using games in tutorial lessons? We´ll play common games and ask, if they are useful or harmful to our Christian aim in working with young people. We´ll ask, why we play a certain way and look for possible solutions for the trap called “game”.

10.30 - 11.30
Workshop
Room red
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Sat 11:00

Commandments & playing arts

Richard Schubert, Potsdam

 

11.00 - 12.00
Workshop
Church
general

Sat 12:00

Integration dance - the whole game market dances

Verein KLANZA , Warszawa (Poland)

Lehrer und Dozenten der Warschauer Abteilung im Polnischer Verein von Pädagogen und Animatoren KLANZA

We want to try to animate "all" participants of the game market to take part in a big, shared integration dance and to create synergies. The choreography has been developed specifically so that everyone can learn and remember it quickly and with ease. Due to the frequent change of partners, the participants have the opportunity, at least for a short moment, to make contact with a larger number of people.

12.00
Action
Meadow
general

Sat 12:30

Activation through theatre pedagogy

Joao Albertini, Berlin

Brasilianischer Theaterpädagoge, lebt in Berlin; Fachreferent Globales Lernen,

Activation approaches of the Theatre of the Oppressed (A. Boal) in entering education (in and out of school) with reference to globalisation. Topics and, above all, practical theatre pedagogical exercises are presented with which children, young people and adults can be sensitised, qualified and activated for the world and a diverse and tolerant life in it. As the workshop focuses on entertaining role plays, it is also suitable for cross-generational use (e.g. parents with children).

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

CANCELLED!!! How many rules does the theatre (- play) need?

Susanna Quandt, Berlin

Dipl. Sozialpädagogin/Sozialarbeiterin (FH), Theaterpädagogin (BuT), Spielpädagogin (ARS)

Players should be able to unfold and develop freely in the theatre play. The first question here is: What could that mean? In order to allow this free unfolding to develop, theatre educators are responsible for creating space for it. Does this space, whatever that means, need rules? Who determines and sets these rules? And what can breaking rules in free theatre play mean? Improvisation is also subject to rules. Do we know about them? In this WS the participants have the possibility to exchange rules and irregularities in theatre. An input should be given on what it can mean to formulate and adhere to clear rules in order to be able to create and develop freely. Materials will be provided by the lecturer.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
Room purple
general

Discover the Bible barefoot. Cooperative adventure games for church and school practice.

Dr. Dieter Altmannsperger und Bianca Dieckmann, Berlin

Leiter des Referates Religionsunterricht der EKBO und Schulpfarrerin in Spandau

Cooperative adventure games have become an integral part of educational work and have become an indispensable part of well-managed group processes. And they still have an extraordinary religious educational potential: with cooperative tasks that combine play and adventure, biblical stories are unlocked and brought into the present. In the workshop, cooperative adventure games on the Bible will be tried out and asked about their effectiveness. Prerequisite for participation: Interest in adventure education, willingness to try out games and to play barefoot.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
25 max
Room red
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

fire is indispensable - but…

Michael Schicketanz, Zahna

Umweltbildner

"Knives, forkes, scissors, fire are mandatory for small children!", but fire in particular often does not play any role in preschool education. Of course fire can not be allowed in kindergartens and playschools without special rules. Which rules are essential and which additional ones sensible? We will work on understanding the necessity of rules in theory and rehearse the reliable and safe usage of fire in practice.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
15 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, PraxisSpielForum, toddlers

Identities In Between - a Board Game for Developing Identities

Dr. Zsuzsanna Agora / Dr. habil. Edit Gilbert, Pécs (Hungary)

Agora: Historikerin und predoc in Sozialpsychologie / Gilbert: Literaturwissenschaftlerin, Bibliotherapeutin

The aim of the workshop is to introduce you to the concept of a communication game, that we have developed over the years, together with students at the University of Pécs (Hungary). The game is particularly suitable for bringing adults, children, different cultures or generations into dialogue. This also gives you the opportunity to learn something new about yourself and your teammates. The board game helps you to teach new information in a playful way as well. During the workshop you will get information about the theoretical background of the game, and you can see two developed variants (strenghten local identities and fates in Europe). Since the concept offers endless possibilities for further development, we also want to help you to be your own game developer.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Room indigo
extracurricular activities with youth, parents, school

Introduction to programming - games for kids on the carpet.

Dorota Bykowska, Białystok (Poland)

KLANZA's animator, logical and mathematical activities instructor

This workshop proposes plays and games without using computers, which introduce children into the world of programming and develop peri-programming skills such as logic, ordering acquired information or solving the problem by dividing it into particular stages. Moreover, the plays and games aim at developing students’ soft skills. Learning the basics of programming helps to improve mathematic skills to a large extent. The games that involve programming make children aware of the operating system of a computer and teach them how to communicate with it. The participants of the workshop will be given the materials including various games and plays afterwards.

12.30 - 14.00
English / German, Workshop
10 max
Room blue
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

Mathematics begins with the egg carton - Introduction to the therapy concept of the Göttingen numerical images

Harald Schmidt, Göttingen

Dyskalkulietherapeut - Spieleerfinder (Mungo-Verlag "Spielend Mathematik lernen!")

With structured number images to reliable head calculation structures. On the basis of the egg carton scheme (2 x 5) for the structured number sets in the number space up to 10 and beyond the transition to 10, a concept tested in many therapy hours is presented. According to this concept, children learn to structure sets of numbers in a meaningful way in order to calculate better and to exploit computing advantages. This concept can be used for all basic arithmetic operations, from the action level to the pictorial representation and symbolic representation to differentiated automation, and can be used both playfully and in systematic, varied training. In the workshop, ideas for the production of games and other materials that have been developed and tested by the speaker himself are presented.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
24 max
Room pink
curative education, parents, school

NEW GAMES

Annegret Volkmuth, Hopfgarten

Dipl. Sozialpädagogin / Spielpädagoge

Games for large groups are first introduced, then played together and finally changed by rule modifications. Together we ask questions, such as: How did the game change? Has this change resulted in a new example? Or a completely new game? What can you achieve by quickly adapting the rules? Are rule changes in the interest of the group? How do I handle rule changes as a game leader? By consciously modifying the rules and directly experiencing the effect ourselves, we want to encourage people to adapt games and to "play with rules" more often. In a handout there will be a small checklist for game instructions as well as the games played.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
Meadow at the "Fachschule"
außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum

Old games rediscovered

Gerhard Knecht, Köln

Dozent Spielpädagogik; Forum Spielpädagogik e.V.

Old games are revived in this workshop so that they are not forgotten. Many games still have the same appeal as a few hundred years ago - but are they still up to date? In this workshop we will try this out together. Everyday group games are also changed and rediscovered. How can the game be changed so that a new game stimulus invites everyone to play again? The participants learn to modify games with a few tricks and breathe new life into them. In practice, they will play together and reflect together, drawing on the current work situation, as well as life situation of the children and teenagers.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Room orange
general, PraxisSpielForum

Pantomime – an illusion

Irina Kowallik, Berlin

Theaterpädagogin (BuT), Theater- und Kulturwissenschaftlerin

Pantomime lives on the illusion, the date with the spectator and the common fantasy. In order not to destroy one's own illusion, we need some principles that we will acquire. Floating, flying, magic, transforming, everything can be presented as pantomime. All we need is imagination and our body. Beginning with a loosening of the body and the individual bodyparts, tricks (techniques) for special variations of the representation are tested, felt, achieved - imaginary objects, spaces, forces and persons. Interactions and the improvisation of short etudes are included.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
Sports room
general

Playing with folk art motifs

Zsuzsanna Sevella / Emma Gonda / Zics Adrienn, Székesfehérvár (Hungary)

Game maker, game developer and game pedagogy expert / public educator/ assistant

We believe it is important to present our traditional decorative motifs and pattern designs to the young, children, adults and foreigners alike. To teach this language we developed the Mintakincstár/Treasure trove of patterns series. We present the treasured ancestral traditions in a way that fulfils the requirements of modern needs and sensibilities, but maintains their original meaning. Our goal is to "smuggle back" to the daily life the traditional designs and motifs that can still be rarely encountered today. This is the reason why we organise regular presentations and practice oriented training sessions for educators, kindergarten teachers, as well as public education and public collection specialists. The patterns were incorporated into various games, such as memory games, puzzles, dominoes and riddles. Materials prepared at the workshop or the activity can be taken home, and various pre-prepared kits can be bought.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
general

Playing with rules - developing games for educational work

Till Meyer, Niedermeilingen

Spielepädagoge, Spieleentwickler, Mitinhaber der Spieltrieb GbR

There is no game without rules, even if the rules are as vague as in free children's play. The rules and the players are the basis of the game. In this workshop you will get an insight into what constitutes "good" games in general and how you can develop your own games or even improve bad games. Developing your own games for educational work is not that difficult, assuming some basic rules are taken into account :-). At the beginning of the workshop, a short presentation on basic knowledge will be presented, followed by two tried-and-tested methods in small groups on game development.

12.30 - 14.00
Workshop
21 max
Room green
general

The rules of the play area. How much tether (german Spielraum) leaves the legal space of play?

Paul Sacher-Toporek, Wien (Austria)

Spielraumexperte

Play and games take place in different play areas. There are certain laws and rules according to which these play areas have to be furnished and organized. This can be described as the legal space of play. Is it allowed, possible or even useful to play with the rules of this legal space? Are these rules expansible, or is it possible to bring them in to line with the game? Could it be a bit higher, closer or harder, as allowed according to the rules, if it then supports the play? Case studies will be analyzed and discussed.

12.30 - 13.30
Expert lecture, simultaneous translation
Room gold
general

Sat 13:00

Don’t play WITH rules but play with RULES!

Dahlia Hedemann, Rastede

Freiwilliges Kulturelles Jahr im Ev. Bildungshaus Rastede, Amateurschauspielerin an der Landesbühne Wilhelmshaven

Sometimes they help someone and sometimes they’re really annoying – the rules! They tell you how to behave. For example in school, at work or even in society. But that’s over today! We don’t use rules to obey them! We use rules to change or reinvent them! So turn your head off, think laterally and Play! Look forward to a workshop, where anything can be possible!

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
16 max
Room lime green
extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Engaging classroom games with educational purposes for primary school

Agnes Ruzsa/ Judit Bence/ Anna Malnasi Csizmadia, Budapest (Hungary)

2 primary school teachers and a special needs teacher

The use of games in learning has been around for a long time, but it has only been widely received recently as a key fundamental of teaching any subject or context. The aim of our workshop is to provide you with certain games and methods that we use in our primary school in Hungary called Treasure Hunter; the first alternative school in the country. The games that we are to present are designed with educational purposes explicitly. We use various games to target specific cognitive development. This can include developing any manner of skills: from language, concentration, creativity, logical and abstract thinking to physical skills such as hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, and motor functions. We invite you to play games with us that can be used efficiently to enhance an engaging and stimulating environment in your class.

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
15 max
Room yellow
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

Let's talk about ... and play games!

Anja Wrede, Berlin

Spieleautorin, Workshopleiterin

Together we consider what is special about games ... And what kind of games we need in our area of work. We discuss and maybe we invent together. A topic will be: How does it work to invent a game? What should be fixed in a rule? Anja Wrede is a game designer. She illustrates as well as leads workshops. She likes to dive into new worlds of game and looks at the term Game from several points of view.

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
general

Oină – romanian national sport

Nelu Avram / Anca Avram / Bianca Nedelcu / NN / Constanze Thielen, Făgăraș (România)

Mitarbeitende im Jugendzentrum Seligstadt: Sportlehrer (N. Avram) und TrainerIn (N. & A. Avram) für Oină, AssistentInnen (B. Nedelcu, B. Ercau, C. Thielen)

Oină is a game to train courage. Alle participants will receive a short introduction into the team game Oină, the romanian national sport, and can then try it out. Within the game 2 teams (in the original game with 11 players) play against each other on one playing field. The basic principles of the game are similar to Baseball, but Oină is very different nontheless. It teaches throwing, hitting, precise observation and aiming. Everyone in the team has to carefully fulfill the task of the taken position. While playing Oină you will train your ability to concentrate, to focus in different directions and tactical team play. Participants do not have to be competitive athletes, but with this game they will have the opportunity to get an idea of the sportive spirit in Romania!

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
Tent E
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Tools for trainings

Anett Buddrus, Naunhof

M.A. Sport- und Erziehungswissenschaften

Spielend erleben designs tools with the aspiration that they are usable independent of age and target group. In this workshop we will introduce our various team-games and try them out together. All tools are adaptable to the level of the players and the objectives. Be surprised, how simple tools that can be used without much indroduction still allow for complex task definitions.

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Room white
general

VillaCircus Bonini - Circus performance

Circus Knopf (Antje Hildebrandt), Tangermünde, OT Miltern

Freischaffende Circusdirektorin

Collaboration with others – a special kind of project: Circus Knopf and twelve residents of the Calvörde dormitory for people with disabilities have, for the thirteenth year, spent a full week juggling, ponderin, practicing and training to present their own circus programme.
For everybody between 4 to 104 - come join us!

13.00 - 14.00
Performance
Tent C
general

Words say more than a thousand fists - game chain with communicative and cooperative games without much material

Ralf Brinkhoff, Löhne

Spiel- und Theaterpädagoge, Deeskalationstrainer

A game chain is a sequence of games that are incorporated into a game story. The participants will be shown how to playfully work on a topic with children from the age of 8 and adolescents. It clarifies with which simple (game) rules playful social learning takes place and interaction with each other is practiced. It also conveys this very practically, as the respective games are played within the workshop. All games require little material and are easy to implement.

13.00 - 14.00
Workshop
30 max
Tent D
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Sat 14:30

CANCELLED! YogaMotorik®

Caren Leonhard, Flecken Zechlin

Psychomotorikerin, Pädagogin, Referentin in Aus- und Weiterbildung, Autorin

Well-being, willingness to perform, concentration and creativity are prerequisites for a relaxed learning and playing situation. YogaMotorik® consists of different areas: Movement, balance, relaxation and language - which are areas that support a holistic development. With lots of fun and stimulating play ideas, a concept is presented that appeals to and inspires both quiet and active children. Through the many play ideas, the motor and emotional skills of nursery, daycare and school children are addressed and promoted.

14.30 - 15.30
Workshop
Sports room
general

Competences for dealing with sexual and gender diversity

Tanja Allerberger, Pfaffstätten (Austria)

Sozialpädagogin; Spielpädagogin; Freizeitpädagogin; Lehrende am Bundesinstitut für Sozialpädagogik, Baden, Österreich

Living in a manifold society includes dealing with diversity. For some areas of diversity, proper concepts are already existing. But there is a lack of concepts for dealing with sexual and gender diversity. This workshop is trying to find an answer to the following question: What compentences are necessary for educationists, to deal appropriately with sexual and gender diversity? The workshop contains theoretical input about these competences as well as games and exercises to develop competences and explore strategies to transfer the issue to your respective workplace practice.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Games for people with dementia - changing the rules

Dorothee Altenfelder-Deitenbach, Bonn

Pflegefachkraft im Betreuungsbereich für Menschen mit Demenz

How can you playfully support people with dementia without having to buy expensive games? It's about memory training, promoting concentration, memory, motor skills, paying attention to each other... With the help of "Stadt-Land-Fluss", "Das große Würfel-Quiz" and theme games, methods are explained how the rules can be adapted to the possibilities of the players, so that the games are suitable for every group. In the workshop we will talk about the everyday experience with games for people with dementia and of course we will try out the changed game versions with the participants. Other suitable games will also be presented.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room green
general

Goosey Gander game with social-therapeutic aim

Ruthild und Johanna Heimann, Brixen (Italy)

Ruthild H.: Ergotherapeutin im Südtiroler Kinderdorf/ Brixen/Italien / Johanna H:: Studium der Kommunikation und Didaktik der Kunst, momentan in Mutterschaft

This workshop offers a creative way to explore the well-known "Gänsespiel" (Goosey Gander race game). The spontaneous process of creating own orders/laws, rules and consequences, offers an added value. Experience on field shows a high benefit for children and adolescents regarding competences like giving feedback and their decision-making process, while simultaneously maintaining the fun factor of a game. After a short theoretical introduction with some examples, we will start playing in small groups, building up our game base and figures. A final analysis with a special eye on the possibility to transfer the experiences into practical fields of application concludes the workshop.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room gold
curative education, extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth

Grandma´s classic games in new rules

Claudia Hartmann, Berlin

Diplom-Pädagogin, freie Dozentin im Kita-Bereich, Spieleredakteurin

The games of grandma´s times are real treasures. Together we remember and exchange ideas, in order to then play with the well-known rules. With a good dose of imagination we will link and add something, choose materials, change the function, structure or the sensory perception. Suddenly we are only allowed to clap with one hand in a clapping game, because we hold on to our partner with the other hand etc. In the game with rules everything is allowed. We will collect all the ideas to try them out afterwards.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
25 max
Room blue
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, PraxisSpielForum, school

How many rules does experiential education need? - Communication exercises

Henry Esche, Magdeburg

Wildnis- und Erlebebnispädagoge (Institut für Erlebnispädagogik, CVJM-Hochschule)

The things we really know are not the things we have heard or read, but rather the things we have lived, experienced and felt. Calvin M. Woodwards. Based on this quotation, this workshop will address the question of how many regulations experiential education needs to develop its effectiveness. For example: How much information or guidelines do my group exercises need? How much do I get involved in the group process as a trainer - or how long do I "let things run"? In practice this will be done by means of a cooperative adventure exercise from the field of communication which we will carry out ourselves (45 min). The exercise is interesting for those who want to bring experiential education into small spaces. The exercise shows very impressively how I position myself as a trainer in the group process - and how guidelines influence this process. The workshop is rounded off by an exciting, target group-oriented reflection method.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
Tent D
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum

Native American Games - tribes, materials and rules

Antje Small Legs, Potsdam

Dozentin für indianische Kultur und Geschichte, Herkunft aus deutsch/indianischer Familie, verheiratet mit kanadischen Indianer

Native American games are largely unknown to our children today. Native Americans are only known as cartoon characters who talk to animals and have adventures. But how did their children play? They lived close to nature. What materials were used? Were there rules and boundaries or boundless freedom through free wandering in the prairie? In this workshop, various games will be presented in the context of the individual tribes - with rules and possibilities of use in school and leisure for our children today.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
12 max
Room white
adult education, extracurricular activities with children, PraxisSpielForum, school

Pearl necklaces with code – information encoded in jewelery

Elżbieta Hornowska / Agnieszka Wojas / Elżbieta Furmańska / Halina Oster / Anna Adamczyk / Ula Żyżyńska, Warszawa (Poland)

Trainerinnen des Vereins KLANZA

An approach to various aspects of information coding.
From different prepared materials: metal, paper, cloth, feathers, yarn, rubber, plastic materials and others we make pearls. Each type of pearl is associated with certain behaviors, actions, gestures and sounds. The beads are threaded on a string. The participants then present the decrypted information from their pearl necklaces. Participants can take the chains they made.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
25 max
Tent (B) "Poland"
extracurricular activities with children, PraxisSpielForum, school

Playativity – supporting creativity and innovation by playing

Michael Kienreich, Gratwein-Straßengel (Austria)

Spielpädagoge, Wald- und Wildnispädagoge, Singleiter, Leiter für Jeux Dramatiques, systemische Arbeit, Sozialpädagoge i. A.

In our global world social and global questions become more and more important. The only chance to handle them is to move forward from linear innovations to real creativity and innovation. As the mindset behind creativity is somehow playful, keeping children, youth and adults playing without mental borders seems to be the only solution to enable a society that can handle those challenges with couriosity and find completely new solutions. This playful workshop tries to show the importance of change, give impulses, exchange experiences, start networking and help to transfer the ideas to everyday life.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
30 max
Room lime green
general, PraxisSpielForum

Playful learning - How to teach (languages and other topics) while playing

Petra Bodenstein, Moringen OT Großenrode

Dipl.-Übersetzerin, Zertifizierte Suggestopädin seit 1995; Seminarleiterin, Sprach- und Kommunikationstrainerin seit 1983

Playing with and for rules! Those who learn a language will have to learn its rules. This is also true when learning English, a language whose acquisistion seems easy at first glance. This workshop provides a multitude of games for playful learning and teaching of language rules. It is not just meant for English teachers or instructors only! Most of the games can be transferred to teaching other languages and many of them also for teaching other subjects.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
12 max
Room red
general

Rules of the Community

Gabriele Meisner, Berlin

Diplom-Sozialpädagogin, Dozentin, Autorin

A playgroup can itself determine and agree their rules. These are the basis for a successful game process with a community. We will implement this in the workshop and playfully introduce our rules, values

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
30 max
Tent E
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Ruling games – Which rules are needed in a great board game?

Tim Rogasch, Bonn

Spiel- und Lerndesigner, Produktdesigner, Spieleautor

Despite of rules … boardgames are great fun! On the one hand these games have a lot and complex rules, on the other hand easy and accessible rules. But in the end each board game needs rules. They provide the room for manoeuvre in which the players can move in order to experience exciting stories, to compete, to live out emotions and to have fun. But how many rules does a board game need to become exciting and interesting? The workshop “Ruling games“ offers the opportunity to develop a board game. Guided with creative methods and inspired by a variety of materials, the objective of the workshop is to develop easy board games in teamwork. Of course all the prototypes will be played with the workshop participants.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room pink
general

The game concept - movement with the Schwingli

Klaus Scheuermann, Ippesheim

Künstler und Pädagoge

The Schwingli is a gaming device that offers a great variety of possibilities. It can be used as a rhythm game, an interactive medium for motor skills, social skills and communication. In addition, coordination and concentration are trained. Above all, it's a lot of fun to play with. Changes and extensions of the Schwingli enable new game ideas.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
general

To experience and explore the world with play

Ruth Dommer-Sesay, Berlin

Pädagogin; Fachreferentin Globales Lernen

Discovering and understanding the world in a playful way - this is an approach of modern pedagogy, which also aims at understanding and living in a globalised world (e.g. learning in global contexts). Practical approaches of this kind for child, youth and family education in and outside school will be introduced. Instructions will be presented and, above all, tried out in practice. The focus is on games and game situations that provide access to Africa, Asia and Latin America. The workshop is also suitable for families because it is mainly about the practical application of the game. Specialists receive individual advice.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, PraxisSpielForum, school

TOP games of homoludens.hu playhouses and game festivals

Janos Csanyi, Budapest (Hungary)

Chefredakteur Internet Spielhaus, Chairman homoludens.hu Association, Erfahrungen mit über einhudert Events und vier Spielefesten jährlich, mehr als 13.000 Spielinformationen im Internet Spielhaus.

By hundreds of gamehouse experiences, the workshop presents our activities and shows how we play. Regular and irregular games, indoor and outdoor, with and w/o equipment, team and individual, kid and adult. Method: play and practice.

14.30 - 16.00
English / German, Workshop
Tent (A) "Hungary"
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, parents, PraxisSpielForum

Trust games – rules create security, security creates trust

Jan Koch, Chemnitz

FK Soziale Arbeit, Referent für Spiel- und Gruppenpädagogik sowie Rechtsfragen in der Jugendarbeit, päd. MA der Herbergsleitung Thalheim und der Akademie Ehrenamt Chemnitz, Projektleiter Die Vereiser

Trust games are cooperative games that might seem a bit risky or even spectacular. It’s no surprise that voluntariness, concentration and safety have highest priority here to prevent injury and loss of trust. Safety requires strict rules, which are modifiable but should be clear to every participant! To experience rules and safety in such way liberates to dare to take a new step across the next border. Trust games enable boundary experiences, encourage team spirit, reliability and of course confidence within a group and towards oneself. In the end of the workshop there will be a feedback session and theoretical input for game masters‘ roles especially in trust games, the latter if necessary summarized in a handout.
The seminar is in German, but you are welcome to bring a translator and participate nonetheless.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
40 max
Meadow at the "Fachschule"
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

WINWINBOX - Conflict resolution playfully with simple rules

Viktor Bauernfeind, Wien

Leitung Team Präsent - Institut für Gewaltprävention und Beziehungskultur/A-Wien, Psychosozialer Berater, Hochschul-Referent, Sozialpädagoge, Kinder- und Schulbuch Autor/in, Kinderliedermacher

Win Win conflict resolution has to be learned. In the workshop you will learn new materials to mediate conflict resolution among students and to facilitate the finding of Win Win solutions. Win Win songs and the WINWIN BOX play an important role. In the workshop you will get to know these pedagogical materials, reflect on personal conflict strategies and refine your Win Win roadmap to deal with conflicts among children and young people in a more relaxed way. The workshop is an invitation to proactively shape conflict culture.

14.30 - 16.00
Workshop
Room Orange
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

Sat 15:00

Time of challenge - Action, games and fun

Johannes Behrens, Berlin

Momentane Tätigkeit: Bundesfreiwilligendienst bei "mehr als lernen e.V." in Berlin

A dynamic workshop with games and challenges that support groups in their search phases and emphasize playing together. The played games can be used with ten to twelve year olds as well as adults. Above all, the pedagogical concept behind the games aims to lay the foundations for later cooperation, to have fun together and integrate the individual into the group. The workshop is suitable for people who want to be inspired by some active and exciting games, or just want to have some fun.

15.00 - 16.00
Workshop
30 max
Room purple
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Which rules apply? Inclusive play – Action and community games with people with and without disabilities

Matthias Kipke, Dresden

Diplom Religions- und Gemeindepädagoge (FH); Heilpädagogische Ausbildung; Mitarbeiter im Referat JuB - Jugendarbeit Barrierefrei im Ev.-Luth. Landesjugendpfarramt Sachsen

Playing brings people closer, playing connects. Does it also work in a group with people with and without disabilities? Basic strategies of playing together and game pedagogy are discussed in the workshop. With practical exercises the pedagogical and human learning process in (heterogeneous, inclusive) groups should be given the necessary weight. And we will notice: "Rules are there to be changed". Playing is experienced as a means to an end for an inclusive coexistence. Learning through experience: In the workshop - for our groups - for me. Material: references to game material, literature, WS summary available on paper or digitally

15.00 - 16.00
Workshop
20 max
Room yellow
general, PraxisSpielForum

Sat 16:15

Participating concert - Win Win songs

Viktor Bauernfeind, Wien

Leitung Team Präsent - Institut für Gewaltprävention und Beziehungskultur/A-Wien, Psychosozialer Berater, Hochschul-Referent, Sozialpädagoge, Kinder- und Schulbuch Autor/in, Kinderliedermacher

After working for eight years in workshops on violence prevention, Viktor Bauernfeind began to pack the essential contents into music. This interactive music program for children from 5 to 11 years is therefore about: Contact and the perception of similarities and differences; feelings and what we can do with our anger; communication and negotiation, so that nothing stands in the way of a common solution. The Win Win songs support educators in consciously shaping conflict culture. The matching CD with didactic songbook "Win Win Lieder" is of course available.

16.30 - 17.00
Performance
Tent D
außerschulische Arbeit mit Kindern, extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, Kindergarten, school, Schule

theater sideshow

Theaterteam LAIOSI / Richard Schubert, Potsdam

 

16.00
Performance
Church
general

Sat 16:00

Activation through theatre pedagogy

Joao Albertini, Berlin

Brasilianischer Theaterpädagoge, lebt in Berlin; Fachreferent Globales Lernen,

Activation approaches of the Theatre of the Oppressed (A. Boal) in entering education (in and out of school) with reference to globalisation. Topics and, above all, practical theatre pedagogical exercises are presented with which children, young people and adults can be sensitised, qualified and activated for the world and a diverse and tolerant life in it. As the workshop focuses on entertaining role plays, it is also suitable for cross-generational use (e.g. parents with children).

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
30 max
Room turquoise
extracurricular activities with children, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Escaperoom - General Solutions

Annika Gramoll / Ole Jantschek / Burkhard Schmidt / Jan Witza, Berlin

Innovationsgruppe Digitale Demokratie der Evangelischen Trägergruppe für gesellschaftspolitische Jugendbildung

The workshop offers the experience of an Escape Room and invites to discuss questions of the application possibilities, evaluation and didactization of Escape Adventure Games. The participants will be guests at "General Solutions", the leading technology company of its time. GS is about to introduce another technical innovation, the General Score, which brings together all the data available about a person in a ranking. In the future, this ranking will provide a rational basis for deciding who in society should have which choices. Topics arising from the Escape Room include the use and manipulation of emotions and the influence of digitalization on political communication and democratic discourse in society. In addition, various ethical and political questions are raised. General Solution - Better future, better me.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
8 max
Room lime green
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

fire is indispensable - but…

Michael Schicketanz, Zahna

Umweltbildner

"Knives, forkes, scissors, fire are mandatory for small children!", but fire in particular often does not play any role in preschool education. Of course fire can not be allowed in kindergartens and playschools without special rules. Which rules are essential and which additional ones sensible? We will work on understanding the necessity of rules in theory and rehearse the reliable and safe usage of fire in practice.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
15 max
Room bronze
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, PraxisSpielForum, toddlers

Introduction to programming - games for kids on the carpet.

Dorota Bykowska, Białystok (Poland)

KLANZA's animator, logical and mathematical activities instructor

This workshop proposes plays and games without using computers, which introduce children into the world of programming and develop peri-programming skills such as logic, ordering acquired information or solving the problem by dividing it into particular stages. Moreover, the plays and games aim at developing students’ soft skills. Learning the basics of programming helps to improve mathematic skills to a large extent. The games that involve programming make children aware of the operating system of a computer and teach them how to communicate with it. The participants of the workshop will be given the materials including various games and plays afterwards.

16.15 - 17.45
English / German, Workshop
10 max
Room blue
extracurricular activities with children, kindergarten, school

Let's talk about ... and play games!

Anja Wrede, Berlin

Spieleautorin, Workshopleiterin

Together we consider what is special about games ... And what kind of games we need in our area of work. We discuss and maybe we invent together. A topic will be: How does it work to invent a game? What should be fixed in a rule? Anja Wrede is a game designer. She illustrates as well as leads workshops. She likes to dive into new worlds of game and looks at the term Game from several points of view.

16.15 - 17.15
Workshop
20 max
Room silver
general

Magic arrangements of coins. ZoK and ZuK puzzles in lessons

Klaus-Peter Rudolph, Neubrandenburg

Mathematiker und Spieleentwickler

In the lecture interesting arrangements of coins are presented that go beyond the known magic number squares. The focus is on the ZoK and ZuK number puzzles for the training of logical thinking. The puzzles are suitable for entertaining use in mathematics instruction at the intermediate level and above. The participants solve puzzle examples and receive puzzle templates that they can use in the classroom.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
Room white
general

Papers, please!

Adam Tůma, Ján Smolka, Tadeáš Venzara, Gerwisch

Mgr. in Gesundheitsförderung/ Körpererziehung und Sport/ Erlebnispädagogik

A world of computer games represents a neverending source of ideas for educators. You can feel one example on your own skin in this workshop. We are going to put the computer game Papers, please! into the real world. Feel free to join us.

16.15 - 17.45
English / German, Workshop
20 max
Tent E
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, PraxisSpielForum, school

Play with rules or rules to play with

Myra van de Wiel & Karin Christiansen-Weniger, Oisterwijk (Netherlands)

Myra: Fachlehrerin für Spielbegleitung und Bewegungserziehung. / Karin: Jugendsozialarbeiterin

You can create associations to this sentence in various ways. In the board game you play with rules, you are expected to stick to the rules, you can change the rules yourself, you can agree on rules, you can ask yourself how binding rules are, there are rules in interaction, in role-playing, moving games, offside and in partygames, are rules culturally defined or are they the same worldwide? Which rules do you make in the game and how do you deal with it? Do you play with rules to set a strategy to win or is it cooperative play if you work within certain rules. In short, many interpretations. In this workshop we will learn which rules you can discover during the game and how you can handle them.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
25 max
Room orange
adult education, curative education, school

Regulation as a blessing

Axel Pulvermüller, Hildesheim

Dipl. Sozialpädagoge, Coach, OutdoorTrainer, Erlebnispädagoge

This workshop will focus on the use of rules of the game as they occur in team-building measures or experiential education programmes. This can also be of interest for coaching processes. What happens to individuals, to the group or to the team if the management is under- or overstrained with rules? What can a trainer or coach look out for, in order to bring himself or herself and others into the learning zone in a well-regulated manner? Experience and test this with exciting exercises; selected models of transaction analysis serve as support...

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
25 max
Room red
adult education, extracurricular activities with youth, school

Straight on with rules

Irina Kowallik, Berlin

Theaterpädagogin (BuT) ,Theater- und Kulturwissenschaftlerin

Straigt on with rules is an improvisation method that is oriented towards action theatre. Ruth Zaporah (USA) developed various approaches based on the perception of the moment and the ability to express spontaneous impulses. Movement, voice and language are used in an atmosphere of playful action. Like all variants of joint improvisation, the focus here is on interaction and thus openess to impulses from other participants. After a short introduction to the method, we start with preliminary exercises in improvisation as a group, in pairs and as trios. In conversation, we reflect on what we have experienced together.

16.15 - 17.45
Workshop
Sports room
general

The table footbal

Mr. Gabor Veress, Szigetszentmiklós (Hungary)

Volkskundler/Ethnograf, Museologe, emeritierter Museumsdirektor

The table football - soccer button ("gombfoci") - spread in Hungary for 100 years. Today it is called sector ballgame ("szektorlabda"). Table football can be played by players of all ages and is an interactive alternative to screen games. There are efforts to recognize the foosball as "Hungaricum".

16.15 - 17.45
Action
15 max
Tent (A) "Hungary"
general

VillaCircus Bonini - Circus performance

Circus Knopf (Antje Hildebrandt), Tangermünde, OT Miltern

Freischaffende Circusdirektorin

Collaboration with others – a special kind of project: Circus Knopf and twelve residents of the Calvörde dormitory for people with disabilities have, for the thirteenth year, spent a full week juggling, ponderin, practicing and training to present their own circus programme.
For everybody between 4 to 104 - come join us!

16.15 - 17.15
Performance
Tent C
general