All interested children, young people, families and private individuals are cordially invited to the Luisenpark in Mannheim. A hands-on booth for children will be run by students from the Carl-Bosch-Gymnasium in Ludwigshafen. As members of the klicksafe youth advisory board (Youth Panel) and part of the iPad classes, they will teach visitors the basics of media literacy in an exciting and low-threshold way.
The young participants are confronted with the problem area of cyberbullying in a virtual learning environment. This learning environment was programmed by the students themselves using the CoSpaces software. Participants go through four levels with the aim of solving a case of bullying. Among other things, they have to crack a security code and solve the riddle of a magic cube. Post-its are used to formulate their own tips against cyberbullying, and at the end, a digital paper airplane can be shot into digital nirvana using the "robot ramp".
The stations are based on the media scout training sessions that the students in grades 5 and 6 of the Carl-Bosch-Gymnasium in Ludwigshafen conduct annually with content support from klicksafe.
Visit booth 23 at the playground and recreation area. You will receive free klicksafe information flyers for young people here. Please note: Registration for tickets is open from April 18 to June 26 at
For more information on the Explore Science program, visit the event website.