"Magnifying glass and nature guide versus Playstation and Smartphone" is the name of the topic that the nature conservation expert, biologist Philipp Schiefenhövel, is taking up. In the Stöffel Park in Enspel, it is not only about listening, but also about the opinion of the visitors.
The meeting place is on Thursday, 17 September 2020, the Café Kohleschuppen at 7 pm.
The experienced speaker from the Will and Liselott Masgeik Foundation in Molsberg will give a short talk on the development of environmental education and how the awareness of nature among children, pupils and young people has changed in recent years.
Nature versus screen aesthetics
He addresses the rapid development of the digital world and contrasts the alienation of children and young people from nature with this. Philipp Schiefenhövel also explains why the Masgeik Foundation considers environmental education for children and pupils to be of such fundamental importance.
The lecture will probably be limited to about 30 minutes, after which an open discussion with the audience is welcome, in which everyone can contribute their own experiences.
The event is free of charge. Since the Masgeik Foundation can use donations for its work, such donations are always welcome.
Café Kohleschuppen in the Stöffel Park, Stöffelstraße, 57647 Enspel
Thursday, 17 September 2020, 7 pm
The Stöffel-Park can be reached by phone 02661 9809800 or by e-mail.
(The text was translated from DeepL).