Bespielbare Welt - Begreifbare Welt

Teil 1: Praxisteil mit Workshops und Spielfest vom 11. bis 15. September 2014 in Bonn
Teil 2: Theorieteil/Fachtagung 16. bis 18. November 2014 in der Akademie Remscheid

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Sunday, November 16, 2014

18.00 Uhr - 19.00 Uhr evening meal
19.00 Uhr - 21.00 Uhr Welcome

Opening of the conference
Speakers Corner
Get together in the cellar bar

’Saxophon and more’ concert in the cellar bar

Monday, November 17, 2014

8.00 Uhr - 9.00 Uhr breakfast, followed by lectures

The lectures will look at the conditions of growing up and show how children´s play and learning has changed. Playing and learning are increasingly formalized and informal learning opportunities are less and less in focus. The talks will also discuss the framework within which (cultural) child care and youthwork employs its methods.

What do children in the afternoon?
Conditions for an autonomous childhood / play environment. Prof. em. Dr. Baldo Blinkert, Freiburg

An alliance with Politics: Play needs creative places and allies
The changes in childhood and the consequences for public responsibility in their growth and development has a lasting effect and transforms childhood. Prof. Schäfer, Köln

Changes in everyday play and fields of learning.
Digital and real play environments = vireal life environments or vireal play environments? Prof. Dr. Franz Josef Röll, Darmstadt

What has yet to be explored ...
Effects and side effects of play - describable or indescribable? Prof. Dr. Susanne Keuchel, Remscheid

13.00 - 15.00 lunch break

15.00 - 19.00 Uhr lectures and small groups

In the afternoon the environment and framework for children growing up will be given an international focus and set in comparison to the statements made in the morning.

The Rise and Fall of the "New Games"
The impact of play, seen in the mirror of recent history. Erza Holland, Boston and Prof. Dr. Bill Michaelis, San Francisco

Altered play environments in China from the past up to the present
Social goals and the impact on the play of children. Prof. Dr. Liu Tong, Beijing

Games are participation
Time to play is time to live, implementation of the UN children´s right to play. Dr Ute Navidi, London

The culture of play
The importance of play in Africa and Latin America in the reality of life. Dr. Hans-Martin Grosse-Oetringhaus, Krefeld

Following the lectures, work in small groups will give participants the opportunity to ask questions and to consolidate und increase understanding. There, the focus will be on highlighting the recognized and recognizable differences of realities with regard to playing conditions and experiences of people. The respective backgrounds and professional focus of the speakers allow an individual, and in the overview a complex insight into the world of the game in its historical, educational, cultural and social significance. Consequences for the growth and development of girls and boys will be identified and serve as an impulse for your own life and work

19.00 - 20.00 evening meal

20.30 - 22.00 The conference plays. Prof.Dr. Bill Michaelis and Ezra Holland, San Francisco and Boston

Conclusion in the cellar bar

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

8.00 - 9.00 breakfast

The conference guests have the opportunity to put together a menu of impulses and workshops.

Play: between cultural activity and educational method - Parallel Workshops

Block 1: 9.00 - 10.30

Socio-political role of educational games - From the competitive game to cooperative games
Ulrich Baer, editor of the magazine "gruppe & spiel", Cologne

The educational responsibilty for play
The basis and frameworks that allow free play. Dr. Christiane Richard Elsner, ABA Association, Dortmund

Wooden toys or mobile game?
Why not have both in one? How real is a virtual experience? Games between real and digital. Holger Mügge, University of Bonn

Play: between cultural activity and educational method
Kirsten Witt, National Association of Cultural Youth Education, Remscheid

Block 2: 11.00 - 12.30

The right game at the right time
Practice of game development. Games and cultural educator, game designer, Uli Geissler, Fürth

Success Story game
Games and play environments as an anthropological constant education. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zacharias, University of Merseburg

Between research and exploration
The right impulse in the games movement. Playing Arts, the development of the self. Prof. Dr. Rainer Buland, Mozarteum, Salzburg

Teh town in movement depends on playingl
New ways of realising public space for playing people. Dirk Schelhorn, urban planner, Frankfurt

Lunch Break 12.30 - 14.00

14.00 - 15.00 Uhr

Play as seen in the mirror of journalism
Moderation Gerhard Knecht, Akademie Remscheid

The modern game since 1995
iin the mirror of changing social sensibilities, Fritz Gruber, journalist, PR consultant, games editor, game and book author, Gunzenhausen

Games in the educational contextt
Ulrich Baer, editor of the magazine "gruppe & spiel", Cologne

Play in public broadcasting
Sabine Koppelberg, WDR KiRaKa, Köln

closing sessione 15.00 - 15.45 -
How will we we play in the future?
Moderation: Sandra Milden, journalist

Discussion with a group of experts:
Marietheres Waschk (Akademie Remscheid), Stefan Melulis (BAG Spielmobile e.V.), Holger Hofmann (Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk), Uli Geißler, (bka e.V.), Prof.Dr. Rainer Buland (Mozarteum Salzburg), Christopher Roch, ABA Fachverband