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Applying the Erasmus+ project CultureShake to primary school education - through the example of a geocache

  • How does one bring together different cultures? In terms of teaching, which didactical and methodological resources are required? How can one convey the opportunities and risks of digital media to an emerging adolescent generation? In what way can one achieve inclusion of all pupils? These research questions serve as examples for the goals of CultureShake, an Erasmus+ project that involves participants from four different countries in regular project meetings. Participants from secondary school education experience a new form of exchange through the many different learning activities. However, cultural learning as well as language learning is not triggered by entering into secondary schools. It originates long before, which is why it is immensely important that the content and goals of the project be applied in primary schools. For this reason, this paper specialises in applying central principles of CultureShake, examplified through geocaching, to a primary school setting, using primary school didactics as a guideline.
Author:Jessica Deißler
Referee:Annette DeschnerGND, Annette Treibel-IllianGND
Advisor:Annette DeschnerGND
Document Type:Examination Thesis
Year of Completion:2018
Date of first Publication:2019/09/27
Granting Institution:Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe
Release Date:2019/09/27
Tag:Elementarbereich; Erasmus; GPS-Schnitzeljagd
CultureShake; Erasmus+; culture; geocaching; primary school
GND Keyword:Geocaching; Englischunterricht; Grundschule
Note:Diese Zulassungsarbeit ist Teil des dreijährige Forschungs- und Entwicklungsprojekts CultureShake, dass von Erasmus Plus gefördert wurde.
Identifier Union Catalogue:1682015203
DDC class:400 Sprache / 420 Englisch
Licence (German):License LogoCreative Commons - CC BY - Namensnennung 4.0 International