18:00 - 20:00
Do you agree?, that there is actually no such thing as “fair” grades? Hast du auch schon mal für eine Klausur gelernt oder eine gestellt und ein paar Wochen später das Gefühl gehabt, davon ist nichts hängen geblieben?
Wir wollen uns damit beschäftigen, was Leistungsdruck mit uns und unserem Lernen macht. Wie würde Schule aussehen, wenn es nicht darum geht sich zu beweisen, sondern sich gemeinsam Wissen anzueignen? Und welche gesellschaftlichen Auswirkungen hätte es, wenn wir aktiv dafür eintreten, dass Menschen nicht mehr nach ihrer Leistung, sondern entsprechend ihrer Fähigkeiten, Interessen und Bedürfnisse behandelt werden?
The event is part of the series of events “School criticism in Kassel”.
are invited: Students, parents, teachers, school social workers, school companions, school psychologists, student teachers and all, who deal with school every day and want to deal more with critical perspectives on school.
The event is in the form of a discussion- and exchange frames. There will be different options, himself with the topic (in the form of songs, The text, conversations etc) too busy. We will also try it out directly at the event, how we can shape education differently. No theoretical or other previous knowledge is required.
If you like, you are cordially invited to stay for a cool drink after the event and continue to exchange ideas & to network.
Weitere Termine der Veranstaltungsreihe sind am 10.10, 31.10 and 14.11.
The events take place in German spoken language. There will be an English translation. If you need any other form of translation/interpretation, to be able to take part in the event, write an email to .
The room can be reached with an elevator at ground level and is therefore also accessible for wheelchair users. Appropriate sanitary facilities are also available.
If you would like to participate, but you do this for other reasons (from. B Child care) not possible, feel free to write an email.
Do you agree that there is no such thing as “fair” grades? Have you ever studied for an exam or done a test and a few weeks later had the feeling that nothing has been memorised?
We want to have a closer look how the pressure to perform affects us and our learning. What would school look like if it was not about proving oneself, but about sharing knowledge? And what social impact would it have if we actively promote that people are no longer treated according to their performance, but according to their abilities, interests and needs?
The event is part of the series of events “School Critique in Kassel”.
Invited are: Pupils, parents, teachers, school social workers, school support workers, school psychologists, student teachers and all those who are involved with schools on a daily basis and want to get to know more about critical perspectives on schools.
The event is intended as a platform for discussion and exchange. There will be different opportunities to engage with the topic (in the form of songs, texts, conversations, etc.). In addition, we will directly try out in the event itself how we can shape education differently. No theoretical or other previous knowledge is required.
Those who like are welcome to stay after the event for a drink and further exchange & networking.
Further dates in the series are 10.10, 31.10 and 14.11.
The event is primarily held in German spoken language. There will be a translation into English. If you need any other translation/interpretation to participate well in the event, please send me an email.
The room can be reached by a lift and is therefore also accessible for wheelchair users. Appropriate sanitary facilities are also available.
If you would like to participate but are unable to do so for other reasons (e.g. childcare), please send me an email.