This video seeks to demonstrate how active student engagement can be achieved by drawing on a three-stage teaching/learning format. The aim is to test appropriate conflict resolution skills and to make situational and contextual communication patterns perceptible.
- First, cognitive learning goals are set in the areas of knowledge and understanding.
- Second, students are trained in the affective dimension, i.e. in increased awareness of social diversity and its consequences, by means of case studies.
- Finally, it is also necessary to integrate these competences into a behavioural-related skillset. In a concluding role-play, which involves the entire cohort, the cognitive skills are tested, the affective skills are made tangible and the behavioural skills are tried out in the context of intercultural negotiation.