enorM - Learning from tomorrow

Serious game for future learning

enorM, DIPF, Leibniz, future learning
enorM, DIPF, Leibniz, future learning

Back to school? Absolutely! We turned the tables to expand our knowledge. Reason was the project “enorM – Learning from tomorrow” of DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, which is part of this year’s ‘Wissenschaftsjahr’ “Nachgefragt!”.

For “enorM”, our colleagues Katharina Loderstädt and Vivian Kulkowski conducted a co-creation workshop with students from Schwetzingen’s high school last week. The aim of the project is to collect ideas and questions from young people about future learning and to promote interaction between researchers and learners. “Who needs grades?”, “Will we be taught by robots in the future?”, “Where do we learn to change the world?” We also wanted to know from young people how they want to learn, which aesthetics inspire them and take them seriously as future designers. Archimedes Exhibitions will develop a serious game from the results of the students’ game ideas, which is intended to offer young people a new and motivating approach to learning.

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