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Course: Children discover creative spaces – art education

Artistic education – aesthetic design spaces

Admission requirements


Semester: 5



Students get to know about aesthetic–artistic learning situations theoretically and practically and situate themselves in their own learning biography. Through research-based learning in context, they can design creative learning fields themselves. Via theoretical inputs, which they process and present, they can gain their own experience of practical–creative processes. In this way, they develop the didactic skills in order to plan implementations in the classroom. Through intensive examination of the development of children’s drawing and the acquisition of writing, perception is sensitised to an age-appropriate language of images and forms. Using examples from contemporary art and everyday culture, students expand their understanding of art.

  • Raising awareness for aesthetic–artistic development processes
  • Drawing and writing, school publication, script and typography
  • Areas of visual education: Drawing, colour, print, media, play, plastic space
  • Presentation of theoretical inputs and practical implementations with didactic planning
  • Image reception, speaking about art, performative forms of expression, culture of reflection and feedback
  • Didactic model for aesthetic development processes in (annual) project
  • Linguistic and methodological–didactic means for the implementation of content-integrative art and English lessons

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