Classrooms are going digital, schools are changing. We empower teachers and students by providing them with the right concepts, projects, tools, and materials. The topics are as colorful as our methods, all of which serve one big goal: Making learning fun.
In educational services, we develop projects and concepts for modern learning. Led by managing director Sabine Schouten, the interdisciplinary team supports schools, media groups and institutions in bringing content to life and telling it in new ways.
Listening to Gen Z’s feelings
What profession fulfills me? Why am I the way I am? Generation Z is not only turning the world of work upside down, it is asking lots of questions too. In the podcast “How we feel”, Gen Z representatives get to the bottom of these questions. This media education project is made by raufeld together with the ‘funky’ FUNKE Mediengruppe’s youth editorial department. And it’s well worth a listen!
Multimedia media education
Children and young people have never before consumed as many moving images as they do now. But how do they learn to deal critically with film as an art form on the one hand and the flood of media images on the other? For kinofenster.de, raufeld is developing digital educational material and interactive tools on behalf of the bpb (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung), which will provide practical support for educators as well as parents.
Digital learning and teaching
‘Diggies’ are digital lessons that are ready to use in the classroom for grades 5 to 10. Our proprietary development is teacher-tested and available soon.
Have you ever fallen for fake news? To make sure teachers don’t, our digital education platform NewsCheckNRW went online just in time for the start of the new school year. It offers lots of tests and interviews with experts such as Alexander Sängerlaub and Maren Urner, and is funded by North Rhine-Westphalia’s state chancellery.
drehmoment, the podcast with experts and researchers on the diverse topics and trends in local journalism. Commissioned by the Federal Agency for Civic Education. Listen to the podcast now.
What makes young people tick?
That’s what young people know best – and that’s why they become journalists themselves on funky.de, FUNKE’s youth platform. And on YouTube. And on Instagram. And on Spotify.
Understanding the media
Teachers have questions too: How do the various media work and how are they being financed? What rules do journalists follow and what distinguishes them from influencers?
These are the reasons why we were commissioned by North Rhine-Westphalia’s state chancellery to create a new kind of online training course on news literacy.
In just three hours, teachers can bring themselves up to speed on everything media-related with a wide variety of entertaining videos.