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KIEWIS - Children discover Business
Subject: Physical sciences, Technology, Engineering, Innovation, Economic Education

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KIEWIS - Children discover Business
 
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With the KIEWIS practice, Wissensfabrik links schools and companies. Primary school children learn business through hands-on activities by creating their own product from scratch. These industrial processes include the design, planning, modelling and production cycles.

For a few hours, children leave the classroom and head out to the factory floor to experience the relationship between entrepreneurship and technology. They are confronted early on with operational reality and recognize the connection between school education and future professions. Not only one technical application is analysed, but the whole process of product development. An exercise - such as developing a metal coat hook - is performed step by step. Children design a product and plan its processes. This requires teamwork and encourages creativity. The next step concerns technical implementation. By documenting and presenting results, children develop language skills and learn to express their own insights. In this way, children are able to understand the whole manufacturing process. The focus is multi-sensory learning.

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Physical sciences, Technology, Engineering, Innovation, Economic Education7-11en, de

 

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