Various institutions and initiatives qualify speakers for parent work and/or conduct parent evenings themselves. Sorted by federal state, some actors and contact persons are listed below, whom interested parents, schools, kindergartens or speakers themselves can contact:

Further information

  • The Media Competence Clearing House offers an extensive collection of institutions that are active in media education.
  • In addition, many media centers as well as employees of the police (area "prevention") conduct parents' evenings: The police departments of the individual federal states can be reached via www.polizei.de or via the websites of the respective state criminal investigation departments. An overview of the media centers in Germany can be found on the German education server: www.bildungsserver.de
  • We would be happy to include other actors in this collection. We would be pleased to receive any relevant information: Contact

Baden Württemberg

Aktion Jugendschutz (ajs)
Baden-Württemberg State Office
Jahnstr. 12
70597 Stuttgart

Contact person:

Ursula Kluge
Phone: 0711/2373717 Mobile: 0157/51364039
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Internet: www.ajs-bw.de 

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The ajs, Fachreferat Medien, arranges and qualifies speakers for media pedagogical theme evenings with parents. Qualified experts work together in the state network for media education work with parents, offering local events for parents and families on how to deal with media. The programs are aimed at parents of kindergarten children through to parents of teenagers and cover the entire spectrum of the modern media world. Click on the map to find information about the individual speakers, their main topics, target groups and how to contact them.

Fachstelle Medien
Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart

Jahnstraße 32
70597 Stuttgart

Protestant Media House GmbH
Augustenstrasse 124
70197 Stuttgart

Contact persons:

Katharina Haugwitz, Medienpädagogin M.A.
Tel.: 0711/97912015
Fax: 0711/9791272019
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Karola Kuhs, Media Educator M.A.
Tel: 0711 22276-75
Fax: 0711 22276-43
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Ms. Sharon Kazaz, Media Educator M.A.
Tel: 0711/2227675
Fax: 0711/2227643
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For parents evenings, seminars or projects with medium-educational contents the Ecumenical medium advisor network mediates advisors*innen to different main topics in your region.
 
The ecumenical team works on behalf of the two media centers, Fachstelle Medien der Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart and Evangelisches Medienhaus GmbH. The media advisors work full-time in educational fields and thus support the media education activities of the two institutions on site. The main topics of the media advisors are, among others:

  • Children and the media world
  • Media in daycare centers and schools
  • Computer and console games for children and young people
  • Media in everyday family life
  • Film & Television Internet
  • Web 2.0
  • Mobile media
  • Apps Media & Religious education topics
  • Active media work with film, animated film, photo and radio play

Bavaria

Aktion Jugendschutz Landesarbeitsstelle Bayern e.V.
Dom-Pedro-Strasse 17
80637 Munich

Contact:
Mrs. Beatrix Benz

Phone: 089/12157323
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Internet: www.bayern.jugendschutz.de / www.elterntalk.net

A preventive low-threshold parent education offer in the area of the educational child and youth protection.

ELTERNTALK initiates parent discussions on the topics of media, consumption, healthy growing up and education. A host invites other parents to his or her home for a thematic, approximately two-hour ELTERNTALK. The discussion is accompanied by a trained moderator, who is a parent himself/herself, and deals with current parenting topics: "What to do, TV and PC games are a constant point of contention in our house...?", "What should I be aware of when dealing with the Internet?", "At what age does it make sense for my child to have a cell phone?", "What is important to me in parenting?".

The focus of ELTERNTALK is the dialogical exchange of experiences between parents, who are the experts of their own knowledge. The accompanied exchange of experiences strengthens the parents in their everyday upbringing and their communication networks and promotes social life in the respective living environments.

ELTERNTALK is aimed at all parents with children up to 14 years of age, especially parents with an intercultural background as well as parents in special and/or stressful situations. If necessary, the discussion rounds are offered in the mother tongue, and participation is free of charge.

ELTERNTALK offers are available in Bavaria in all administrative districts in more than 40 regions. You can find the contacts to the regional contact persons at www.elterntalk.net > Where is ELTERNTALK? If you are interested in project implementation, please contact the project office info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜elterntalk☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜net.

The ELTERNTALK project is funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Family and Integration and the Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care.

Goethestraße 17
80336 Munich

Contact: Daniela Riedel
Phone (089)92 00 89-17
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Internet: www.kinderschutzbund-bayern.de 

Television, the Internet and cell phones are daily companions for children and young people. More and more parents are observing an increase in their children's media consumption and are asking themselves how they can accompany their children and young people in this area.

The media course "Ways through the media jungle - accompanying children and young people safely in the media world" addresses this question. Over the course of four evenings, parents and educators will gain insights into the opportunities and challenges of television, the Internet, computer games and cell phones, and will receive helpful tips on what rules and limits make sense in media education. The course participants have the opportunity to become aware of their own educational ideas in dealing with various media, to strengthen communication on the topic of new media in the family and to obtain professional information on age-appropriate media use. The aim of the course is to strengthen parents in their media education so that they can prepare their children for responsible media use.

The course is aimed at all parents with children or young people. 

Contact: Julia Vatter
Phone: (089) 63 808 269
E-mail:    info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜stiftung-medienpaedagogik-bayern☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.stiftung-medienpaedagogik-bayern.de

Making parents fit for media education - that is the goal of the Media Education Speaker Network of Bavaria. Bavarian educational institutions can request speakers for media education evenings for parents free of charge at www.stiftung-medienpaedagogik-bayern.de . 

The experts trained by the Stiftung Medienpädagogik Bayern (Bavarian Media Education Foundation) provide parents with media education background knowledge and practical tips for everyday parenting under the slogans Understanding - Responsibility - Competence. The non-profit foundation not only pays the speakers' fees and travel expenses, but also supports educational institutions such as daycare centers, schools and family centers in planning and holding the parents' evenings, provides individual advice on choosing topics and setting priorities, and gives organizational tips and advice on promoting the events.

There is a choice of parents' evenings on the subject of media use for the age groups 3 to 6 years, 6 to 10 years and 10 to 14 years. For the last two age groups, additional offerings with more in-depth information can be selected, e.g. on the topics of the Internet, cell phones and smartphones, digital games, social networks and messengers, or cyber bullying. 

The Medienpädagogisches Referentennetzwerk Bayern is a service of the Stiftung Medienpädagogik Bayern and is funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology.

Heiglhofstraße 1
81377 München
Contact person:Hans-Jürgen Palme
Phone: 089/724677-0
Fax: 089/724677-01
E-mail: sin☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜sin-net☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.sin-net.de

The Studio im Netz (SIN) is a specialist media education institution. The SIN realizes projects, organizes events and offers seminars and further training. Parents' evenings are held in schools and day-care centers by arrangement (speaker activities). Various materials for parents and pedagogically responsible persons can be found on the SIN website.

Berlin

About BITS 21 
BITS 21 is a further education institution with a focus on media education and its offers are aimed at educational professionals in daycare centers, schools and youth work.

Under the auspices of the Förderverein für Jugend und Sozialarbeit (fjs e. V.), BITS21 provides regional and nationwide training for educators and parents to strengthen media and media education skills, and supports projects to promote media literacy among children and young people. BITS21 cooperates with regional partners and develops further offers for the management and professionalization of educational institutions.   

BITS 21 im fjs e. V.
Marchlewskistraße 27, 10243 Berlin
Vanessa Bauer, Sarah Lange
Phone: +49 30 278 62 95
Fax: +49 30 279 01 26
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Internet: www.bits21.de  

Implementation and individual support of events for media education and parent education in Berlin
The use of media by children, young people and families has changed rapidly in recent years. Today, educational institutions are faced with new challenges in order to be able to competently support families in questions of media education. 

In order to provide you with the best possible support in your media education work with parents and families, we offer you the opportunity to request and book a trained parent-media trainer to accompany and implement your family education events, team training or children's or youth workshops. 

Click here for more information.

Brandenburg

AKJS Brandenburg e.V.
c/o Haus der Jugend, Schulstraße 9
14482 Potsdam


Contact:
Doctor Sophie Reimers
Phone: 0331-951 3170
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Internet: www.jugendschutz-brandenburg.de

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The action child and youth protection Brandenburg registered association. (AKJS) has been offering support in conducting parents' evenings at schools and child and youth welfare facilities since July 2009. The project of the Medienanstalt Berlin-Brandenburg is funded by the state of Brandenburg. The speakers for the parents' events are parent media advisors who have been trained by the AKJS in a variety of media education topics. They impart their knowledge on the subject of media use at parents' evenings and workshops, in online parents' seminars, discussion groups and events at educational and childcare institutions.

The topics of the parents' evenings: 

  • For parents of daycare children: "Media in everyday family life: from when, how much and what?"
  • For parents of elementary school children: "The digital challenge - How we can support our children".
  • For parents of teenagers: "What are you playing? Which apps are in right now and why"

Social Web macht Schule
An initiative of queo
Tharandter Straße 13
01159 Dresden 

Contact:
Kristin Stritzke-Wrubel

Phone: 03512130380
E-mail: info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜social-web-macht-schule☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: 

The Dresden project Social Web macht Schule (Social Web Makes School) is committed to a conscious and self-responsible use of digital media, especially social media such as Instagram, YouTube and Whatsapp. To this end, trainers work with school classes in workshops and talk to parents and teachers in evening events about the possibilities and pitfalls of this world that has become so important to children and young people. 

Target group: parents, educators, children and young people from grade 4 upwards

Duration: from 90 minutes

Topics: Cyberbullying, body cult, web presence, communication, net nerve, information, data protection and addiction.

Appointments also possible at short notice. Costs by arrangement. 

Bremen

Bremische Landesmedienanstalt, (bre(ma
Richtweg 14
28195 Bremen

Contact:
Phone: 0421/33 49 40
Fax: 0421/323533
E-mail: info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜bremische-landesmedienanstalt☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.bremische-landesmedienanstalt.de

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App gezockt - our media education workshop for parents
Mobile phone games such as Candy Crush Saga, Quizduell and Angry Birds are particularly popular with children and young people, and they spend a lot of their free time playing them. Most games are "free-to-play," which means they are free - at least at first glance. However, conflicts often arise in the family: too much, too expensive, too scary! Our workshop explains the possible risks of apps and provides an insight into the gaming world of children and young people. Together, we will try out and evaluate different game apps. Experience for yourself why these games are so much fun and find suitable gaming alternatives for your children. The event is free of charge and can take place with a minimum of 10 participants.

Our current offers for the promotion of media competence: https://www.bremische-landesmedienanstalt.de/angebote-und-veranstaltungen

Bremen regional office
Parkallee 48
28209 Bremen 

Contact:

Phone: 0421/7926968
Fax: 0421/7928059
E-mail: bremen☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜org
Internet: www.blickwechsel.org

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Media educational parent evenings

What and how long is my child allowed to watch television? When is my child allowed or supposed to use the computer? Does media content make children aggressive?

The effects of media use on children and the importance of media for child development are topics that parents are concerned about. At parent evenings and parent seminars, we get to the bottom of these questions together. Here you have the opportunity to exchange ideas with other parents, to give and receive support, to expand your own media skills and to activate or deepen a conscious media education. The parents' evenings usually last 2 hours. In Bremen, the Bremische Landesmedienanstalt (bre(ma) takes over the base financing of the information evenings, so that the cost contribution for the daycare center is 20 euros per event. Blickwechsel also offers other forms of parent work such as parent-child weekends or parent seminars lasting several days.

Kalkstr.6
28195 Bremen

Contact:
Markus Gerstmann
Tel: 0421 / 33008915
E-Mail: gerstmann☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜jugendinfo☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet:  www.jugendinfo.de        www.servicebureau.de

Get smart, discover new ideas, have a say, get active...

The ServiceBureau supports young people in their need for information and communication and provides them with a communication forum on topics relevant to young people in everyday life, education and politics at www.jugendinfo.de . The virtual Bremen state youth information system is also aimed at multipliers in youth work and other adult reference persons.

We are also involved in the Youth Information Network, an association of people, facilities, institutions and associations that work with children and young people in Bremen.
Furthermore, the Service Bureau Youth Information offers parent evenings on Safe Internet in Bremen on behalf of the Bremen State Media Authority. The event, which lasts up to 3 hours, is aimed at parents, teachers and employees of out-of-school counseling centers and can be requested free of charge if at least ten people attend. The event provides factual information about the various dangers on the Internet and discusses strategies for dealing with these dangers. The thematic emphasis of the event can be individually compiled from several modules. Focal points include social networks, cell phones and cyberbullying.

Hamburg

Regional office Hamburg
Wiesendamm 59
22305 Hamburg
Contact: Mareike Thumel (project management)

Contact
Tel.: 040 - 370 80 171
Fax: 040 - 370 80 173
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www.blickwechsel.org 


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Often on medium-educational parents evenings the desire for an appropriate, medium-competent training of the children and young people is voiced. The "PIF! - Projekttag für Internetfrischlinge" (Project Day for Internet Refreshers) is an offer that supports parents in their commitment to making their children fit to deal with the Internet. Our PIF! - Workshop is held at schools in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein for 3rd-4th graders. Depending on age and media usage habits, we work with students and their teachers to develop basic skills for competent use of the Internet. In the process, students receive great tips on the use of search engines, children's chats, data protection and the phenomenon of cyber bullying. They also learn how to evaluate information and websites and how to handle personal data about themselves and others with care. They also practice and reflect on how to treat each other respectfully when chatting and using social networks. The "PIF! - Project Day for Internet Refreshers" is sponsored by the Medienanstalt Hamburg / Schleswig-Holstein and conducted by two Blickwechsel e.V. instructors.

Blickwechsel e.V. offers the five-hour, media-pedagogical workshop "Sicher vernetzt!" for 5th to 12th graders from Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, financed entirely by the schools themselves. The workshop focuses on possible applications, opportunities and potential dangers of communication platforms on the Internet. The topics include social networks, the handling of personal data, the use of personal data (Big Data), rights on the Internet and cyberbullying. This workshop does not involve working on computers, but rather reflecting on experiences that young people have already had on the Internet by means of films and their discussion, as well as in (role) play and small groups.

Ludwig-Erhard-Str. 22
20459 Hamburg

Contact:
Alina Feustel
Consultant for Media Education and Schools
Phone: 040 - 428 54-4708
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Internet: datenschutz-hamburg.de

The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (HmbBfDI) advises Hamburg residents on all data protection issues, supports them in exercising their rights to access information, and helps them enforce their rights. Another task of the HmbBfDI is to educate the public about data protection issues - with a special focus on children and young people.

Through workshops, training courses and information events geared to specific target groups, the HmbBfDI aims to raise awareness among children, young people and their parents/guardians of the need to handle personal data in a data-protection-conscious manner and to educate them about important and current issues of data protection and data security.

The website of the HmbBfDI provides relevant information material on these topics. In addition, schools and (educational) institutions can request workshops (e.g., in the form of a parents' evening) on the topic of data protection competence from the HmbBfDI.

Rathausallee 72-76
22846 Norderstedt

Contact:
Nina Soppa
Media Competence Officer
Program and Media Competence Department
Phone: 040 - 369 005 46
Fax: 040 - 369 005 55
E-mail: soppa☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜ma-hsh☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.ma-hsh.de

The Media Authority Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein (MA HSH) is responsible for the protection of minors from harmful media in the two aforementioned federal states and is also the contact for questions relating to the promotion of media competence. MA HSH focuses on the Internet use of children between the ages of three and 14 and relies on the responsibility of parents. MA HSH assists them with questions about media education - especially with its magazine scout(www.scout-magazin.de). It is also involved in events on the topic in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein.

Finkenau 35
22081 Hamburg

Contact:
Marlen Lutz
Phone: 040 - 325 99 03 - 60
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Internet: www.tidenet.de

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Parent-media guides
What do children do on the Internet? What content do they share on their cell phones? How dangerous are the games they have on their computers? Many parents are at a loss when faced with the new media, with all their dangers and possibilities. Parent media guides help to close these gaps in knowledge. They provide advice at parents' evenings or in consultation hours at schools and guide adults through the virtual jungle.

TIDE trains educators as parent media guides and places them in schools: The graduates of the course conduct media-pedagogical parent evenings there. They give lectures on demand and can organize parent meetings or information events on topics such as games, cell phones or the Internet with beamers, notebooks and information sheets.

Hesse

Wilhelmshöher Allee 262
34131 Kassel

Contact:
Sandra Bischoff
Phone: 0561-093586-0
E-mail: bischoff☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜lpr-hessen☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.lpr-hessen.de

When it comes to media education work in Hesse, there is no getting around the LPR Hessen, as an established institution. Over the years, LPR Hessen has built up a diverse range of media education projects for children and young people. However, in order to convey media competence comprehensively and in a trend-setting manner, it quickly became clear to LPR Hessen that the educational professionals from daycare centers and schools, as well as parents, have an important role to play. For this reason, all of LPR Hessen's media projects - with a view to sustainability - also include offerings or content for this adult target group.

LPR Hessen offers the following parent/family programs

Media evenings for parents in daycare centers and schools in Hessen:

The parents' evening is an action-oriented information offer for legal guardians and pedagogical experts. Possible topics include media use in early childhood, television, computer (games), Internet, cell phones, and general information about media education. The parents' evenings provide important information and clarify questions about media use and the effects of media on children.

Projects in daycare centers

Projects at elementary schools

Projects at secondary schools

The project is carried out - on behalf of the LPR Hessen - by:
Blickwechsel e.V., Tel.: 0551/487106, E-Mail: blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜org, Project information / Registration

Media education action day - hands-on day for children and their parents:

It is important that parents get to know their children's media worlds and are able to weigh up the risks and opportunities of the new electronic media: The concept of the "media-pedagogical action days" aims to bring parents and children together so that they can jointly deal with the media worlds in which they move.

Further information

The project is being carried out - on behalf of the LPR Hessen - by:
Blickwechsel e.V. Tel.: 0551/487106, e-mail: blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜org, Project information / Registration

Note: In addition, the LPR Hessen has many media education programs in which aspects of parental work are integrated.

Further information

Media Project Center
Offener Kanal Kassel
Im KulturBahnhof
34117 Kassel
Phone: 05 61 / 920 0 920
Fax: 05 61 / 920 0 9222
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Media Project Center
Offener Kanal Gießen
Unterer Hardthof 19
35398 Gießen
Phone: 0641/9605007
Fax: 0641/9605008
E-mail: okgiessen☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜lpr-hessen☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de

Media project center
open channel Rhine Main
citizen of Berlin road 175
63067 open brook
Fon medium-education:
telephone: 069 / 82 36 91 02
fax: 069 / 82 36 91 01
E-Mail: info@mok-rm.de

Media Project Center
Offener Kanal Fulda
Bahnhofstr. 26
36037 Fulda
Phone: 06 61/90 13 - 0 55
Fax: 06 61/90 13 - 0 56
E-mail: kontakt☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜mok-fulda☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de

Karl-Glöckner Str. 21 B; R 217
35394 Giessen

Contact:

Phone: 0551/487106
Fax: 0551/487106
E-mail: hessen@blickwechsel.org
Internet: www.blickwechsel.org  

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Parents' evenings on media education

What and how long is my child allowed to watch television? When is my child allowed or supposed to use the computer? Does media content make children aggressive?
The effects of media use on children and the importance of media for child development are topics that parents are concerned about. At parent evenings and parent seminars, we get to the bottom of these questions together. Here you have the opportunity to exchange ideas with other parents, to give and receive support, to expand your own media skills and to activate or deepen a conscious media education. The parents' evenings usually last 2 hours. Blickwechsel also offers other forms of parent work such as parent-child weekends or parent seminars lasting several days.

Hessian Ministry of the Interior and Sports                                      
Network against Violence
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 12
65185 Wiesbaden

Phone: 0611/353 - 2182, 2184
Fax: 0611/353 - 2109
E-mail:   Netzwerk-gegen-Gewalt@hmdis.hessen.de

Internet:
www.netzwerk-gegen-gewalt.de

The Network Against Violence is the violence prevention initiative of the Hessian state government and is supported by the Hessian State Chancellery, the Hessian Ministry of the Interior and Sports, the Hessian Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs, the Hessian Ministry of Social Affairs and the Hessian Ministry of Justice, Integration and Europe.
One of the network's key topics is media literacy. By initiating regional media networks, resources are pooled and needs are served in a targeted manner by the various network partners.

Regional media networks:

medienblau gGmbH
Franz-Ulrich-Str. 14
34117 Kassel 

Contact:
Philipp Buchholtz
Phone: (0561) 50 618 67 91
E-mail: mail☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medienblau☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.medienblau.de

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But safely!-A training course for multipliers on conducting parents' evenings on children's and young people's Internetuse

The two-day training course teaches educators how to conduct active, action-oriented and sustainable parents' evenings on digital media. The educators are provided with information and ready-made materials. Beforehand, all elements of the proposed parents' evening are experienced and tried out in practice through action-oriented and theoretical work phases.

Webklicker - We click Clever! Safe surfing on the net.

This two-day project uses a variety of methods to teach safe, fair and creative use of the Internet and mobile digital media. In the process, Webklicker combines work with children and parents. With the support of medienblau, audiovisual results of the project are presented on a specially created website.

Direct link for Webklickerwww.medienblau.de/webklicker

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Bleicherufer 1
19053 Schwerin

Contact
René Dettmann
Tel.: 0385 558 81 14
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Internet: www.medienanstalt-mv.de

Medienanstalt Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MMV) promotes a wide range of media education and media literacy projects, educational events, specialist conferences, publications and project weeks. It also runs the open channels in Rostock, Schwerin, Neubrandenburg, Greifswald and Malchin. The open channels (OCs) are citizen broadcasters and media education centers. In cooperation with them, projects can be developed and carried out in practice to learn and train media skills in a variety of ways. The production and broadcasting facilities can be used free of charge for this purpose. 

Close cooperation partners in many projects are the M-V State Office of Criminal Investigation and the M-V State Office of Data Protection, for example in the "Medienscouts MV" project, in which young people are trained for peer-to-peer projects. Medienanstalt M-V is also a partner in the statewide network Medienaktiv M-V. This advises politicians and the media industry on shaping the media landscape in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, effectively picks up on current developments in the media and encourages joint action. The focus is on promoting media competence and protecting the media for children, young people, adults and senior citizens. Medienaktiv M-V helps to find partners for new and existing projects, offers and ideas as well as for a joint public appearance.

Direct links:

State Coordination Office for Addiction Issues MV
Lübecker Str. 24 a
19053 Schwerin

Contact:
Birgit Grämke
Tel.: 0385/7851561
graemke☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜lakost-mv☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
www.lakost-mv.de
www.medienwissen-mv.de


Direct link: http://www.medienwissen-mv.de/praevention/angebote-der-lakost-mv.html

We offer

  • In-school continuing education for teachers
  • Supportive individual and team consultation for planning and implementation  of teaching plans and  projects
  • Parents' evenings
  • Further training for educators
  • Training for youth social workers and other multipliers

Media are fundamentally changing communication at school, at work and in our free time. Facebook, WhatsApp, Skype... offer adolescents a new space in which they can exchange ideas, just like in the schoolyard or in their free time. Here they find new contacts, maintain their friendships or organize dates.

The various network operators offer their members a wide range of functions for this purpose, in particular to enable the uncomplicated and simple exchange of information with messages, photos or videos.  Everything is connected to the smartphone. These options have become a matter of course for children and young people. In addition to an  insight into the media world of children and young people, it is also about action strategies in the family, school or youth facilities.

Topics can be:       

  • How much media does a child need?  (TV, advertising, Internet, smartphone)
  • Smartphone, apps & Cyberbullying
  • Always ON - contemporary or dangerous?
  • The media as a secret seducer?
  • Between friendships, sex and beauty mania

All offers are alsopossibleas a webinar (http://lakost-mv.de/webseminare) .

Lower Saxony

Seelhorststraße 18
30175 Hannover

Contact:
Lorenz Preuß
Media Competence Officer

Contact:
Phone: 0511 28477-0
Fax: 0511 28477-36
E-mail: preuss☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜nlm☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de  
Internet: www.nlm.de/medienkompetenz

The Lower Saxony State Media Authority (NLM) promotes the development and strengthening of media competence in almost all areas of education. It provides media education services for schools, for extracurricular youth work, for adult education and for early childhood education. The focus is on the qualification of teachers, educators and pedagogical staff of extracurricular institutions. For the promotion of practical media work, the state media authority has set up six multimedia mobile decentralized in the state. In addition, the NLM supports the 15 citizens' broadcasters and, in association with other state media authorities, is the sponsor of the self-help platform "juuuport.de". In the Media Competence Network, the NLM cooperates with the responsible ministries, state institutions and associations in Lower Saxony.

Landesstelle Jugendschutz Niedersachsen
Leisewitzstraße 26
30175 Hanover

Contact persons:

Eva Hanel / Andrea Urban

Contact:

Phone: 0511/858788 or 0511/853061
E-mail: info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜eltern-medien-trainer☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.jugendschutz-niedersachsen.de / www.eltern-medien-trainer.de

Direct link:

In Lower Saxony, 166 parent media trainers have been trained and certified by the State Agency for Youth Protection in Lower Saxony to support mothers and fathers in media education in parenting courses. The parent media trainers provide information on the various media contents (television, Internet, computer games and smartphones), their significance for children and young people and the possible effects on boys and girls. They are just as familiar with the legal foundations and institutions for the protection of young people from harmful media as they are with the latest studies on effects research and approaches to media education.

Gaußstraße 2a
37083 Göttingen

Contact:

Phone: 0551/487106
Fax: 0551/487106
E-mail: blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜blickwechsel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜org
Internet: www.blickwechsel.org  

Direct link:

Parents' evenings on media education

What and how long is my child allowed to watch television? When is my child allowed or supposed to use the computer? Does media content make children aggressive?
The effects of media use on children and the importance of media for child development are topics that parents are concerned about. At parent evenings and parent seminars, we get to the bottom of these questions together. Here you have the opportunity to exchange ideas with other parents, to give and receive support, to expand your own media skills and to activate or deepen a conscious media education. The parents' evenings usually last 2 hours. Blickwechsel also offers other forms of parent work, such as parent-child weekends or parent seminars lasting several days.

Black Bear 1
30449 Hanover

Contact:
Phone: 0511 /165 97 848-0
Fax: 0511 /165 97 848-9
E-mail: info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜smiley-ev☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.smiley-ev.de

smiley e.V. aims to teach children and young people how to use smartphones and the Internet and to promote courageous behavior on the Internet. smiley e.V. supports schools and non-school children's and youth education institutions in teaching media skills with regard to social networks. smiley e.V. offers events for parents, conducts training for teachers and all multipliers in children's and youth work, and visits more than 1,100 school classes every year.

North Rhine-Westphalia

Landesanstalt für Medien NRW - Eltern und Medien
Zollhof 2
40221 Düsseldorf
Internet: www.medienanstalt-nrw.de

Project office:
Victoria Hellberg (project management)
Birgit Pietschmann (project office)
Phone: 0211-77007-140
Fax: 0211-77007-335
elternundmedien☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medienanstalt-nrw☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de

Direct link: www.elternundmedien.de

The Parents and Media service supports kindergartens and daycare centers, schools and family centers, as well as parents' associations and other initiatives in North Rhine-Westphalia in planning and organizing information events on issues of media use and education. We provide speakers free of charge for this purpose. In addition to the on-site events , online parents' evenings on parents and media can also be booked.

The offer includes:

  • Procurement of qualified speakers
  • Assumption of the fee costs
  • Provision of information materials
  • Individual advice on choosing topics and setting priorities
  • Support in the design of invitations
  • Tips for local press work

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Kinder- und Jugendschutz (AJS) NRW e.V.
Poststr. 15-23
50676 Köln
Internet: www.ajs.nrw

Contact partners:

Team Elterntalk NRW
Susanne Philipp, Anke Lehmann
Phone: 0221-921392-26
E-mail: team☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜elterntalk-nrw☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de

→ Direct link: www.elterntalk-nrw.de 

Eltern-Medien-Jugendschutz:
Susanne Philipp, Matthias Felling
Phone: 0221-921392-14
E-mail: philipp☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜ajs☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜nrw

Direct link: https://ajs.nrw/medien/emju

Elterntalk NRW - these are discussion groups for mothers and fathers on parenting issues. A host invites up to eight other parents to his or her home. A moderator, who is himself or herself a parent, accompanies the talk. Parents' Talk is not a lecture - it is an exchange. Parents are experts in their own right, they bring their own experiences and knowledge with them.

To bring Elterntalk NRW to the regions, AJS works with local partners. These can be, for example, the youth welfare office, a welfare association, a family education center or independent organizations.

The project in NRW is coordinated by AJS. The Parents' Talk team develops methods for starting talks on the respective topics and offers training and specialist events for the partners.

Parents Media Youth Protection / Specialist for Parents Media Education
The core of the program is a six-day training course that qualifies multipliers to design and conduct media education events for parents in schools, kindergartens, family centers and other educational institutions. After completion of the measure, the participants are supported, informed and further qualified by the state-wide network Eltern-Medien-Jugendschutz. Upon request, AJS NRW will be happy to assist in finding instructors in the field of media education for parents.

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität
Institute of Psychology / AE Bromme
Fliednerstr. 21
48149 Münster

Contact:
Dr. Torsten Porsch
Dr. Stephanie Pieschl
Phone: (0251) 323-7211
E-Mail: t.porsch☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜uni-muenster☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de or pieschl☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜psy.uni-muenster☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de

Direct link:www.medienkompetenz-praevention.de

We arrange qualified speakers for media-pedagogical theme evenings with parents. The offerings cover the entire spectrum of the modern media world with a focus on the prevention of cyberbullying and sexual harassment on the Internet, as well as dealing with computer games.

Furthermore, we offer training and lectures for educational staff (especially teachers and youth workers) on the above topics.

Office for Children, Youth and Families -
Youth Information and Education Center (Jib)
Hafenstr. 34
48153 Münster

Contact:
Alli van Dornick
Phone: 0251/4925858
E-mail: vandornick☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜stadt-muenster☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de

Direct link:  http://www.muenster.de/stadt/jib/ag-medien.html

At the end of 2009, the Media Working Group (AG) was formed. This working group brings together representatives from a wide range of institutions, all of whom work on the overarching issue of problematic media consumption. The aim is to exchange information, to network the various institutions and services in Münster, and to jointly organize lectures and specialist events in Münster. Some facilities also serve the surrounding counties.

If you are looking for information on specific topics, you will find more detailed information on the topics and areas of work of the individual WG participants and on their activities as speakers for specialized lectures, parents' evenings and school events in the profiles.

Rhineland-Palatinate

Rhineland-Palatinate State Pedagogical Institute
Butenschönstr. 2
67346 Speyer

Contact persons:

Markus Friderichs: 0261/9702133
Katina Hahn: 0261 / 9702 - 357

E-mail: eltern.medienkompetenz☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜pl.rlp☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: https://medienkompetenz.bildung-rp.de

Direct link: https://eltern-medienkompetenz.bildung-rp.de

The competent and critical use of digital media is an essential educational goal in school as well as in the classroom and also an important topic of education in the home. As part of the state government's 10-point program "Media Competence Makes Schools", parents are to be made aware of these issues and provided with comprehensive information. A central agency for parental work to promote media literacy has been set up at the Rhineland-Palatinate Pedagogical Institute, which supports parents' evenings or afternoons to provide information and training on specified topics. 

The agency offers: Online applications for  events as well as the procurement of qualified speakers*.

In coordination with the local school administrations, parent representatives, support associations, school social work, school administrations and teachers of all schools in Rhineland-Palatinate are eligible to apply.

The costs of the speakers (up to 200 €) are covered by the agency.

Furthermore, the agency conducts training courses for speakers on the  current developments in the subject areas.

medien+bildung.com gGmbH
Lernwerkstatt Rheinland-Pfalz
Turmstraße 10
67059 Ludwigshafen

Contact persons:

Diemut Kreschel
Phone: 0621/5202173
E-mail: kreschel☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medienundbildung☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜com

Lena Monka
Phone: 0621/5202135
E-mail: monka☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medienundbildung☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜com

Direct link: http://medienundbildung.com

Media education begins in the family. It is continued together with educators and teachers in daycare centers and schools. In this way, the important task of teaching children the necessary media skills, helping them to process their media impressions in a way that is appropriate for their age, and educating them to use the media in a fun and responsible way can be solved.

medien+bildung.com is your competent partner for media education consulting for parents. Our offer for parents

  • presents the chances and risks as well as the possibilities to accompany the media consumption of the children,
  • informs about current research results,
  • explains the fascination of media
  • ties in with the parents' media experiences,
  • provides practical tips for everyday media use
  • and advises on the agreement of rules for responsible media use by children.

Saarland

Saarland State Media Authority
Nell-Breuning-Allee 6
66115 Saarbrücken 

Contact:
Karin Bickelmann (Head of Department Media Competence)
Phone: 0681/38988-12
Fax: 0681/38988-20
E-mail: mkz☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜LMSaar☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.mkz.LMSaar.de
Facebook: www.facebook.com/mkz.LMSaar 

The MediaCompetenceCenter of the Saarland State Media Authority offers parents information evenings on the topic of media competence. Under the motto "Know how! - Elternabend Medienkompetenz" (Media Competence Parents' Evening), the event can also be held at other locations or institutions or facilities on request. The LMS also arranges speakers for project days, workshops, information events, etc. on the topic of media competence. On request, the content can be adapted to the respective needs and target groups. Interested parties with previous educational training are trained by the LMS at regular intervals to become multipliers.

Saxony

medienblau gGmbH
Lützner Str. 85
04177 Leipzig

Contact:
Philipp Buchholtz
Phone: 0561/473951775
E-mail: buchholtz☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medienblau☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.medienblau.de

Direct link: http://www.medienblau.de/de/32/p1/fortbildungen.html

But safely!-A multiplier training for the execution of parents evenings over child and youth ways in the Internet
the two-day advanced training obtains P?dagog*innen the execution of active, action-oriented and lasting parents evenings over Internet. The educators are provided with information and ready-to-use materials. Beforehand, all elements of the proposed parents' evening are experienced and tried out in practice through action-oriented and theoretical work phases.

Webklicker 2.0 - Wir klicken clever! The two-day project not only teaches children how to use the Internet safely, but also methodically addresses topics such as e-bullying, chat, data protection and copyright. After all, safe and reflective use of the Internet - Internet literacy - helps children and young people to use the Internet in a targeted way for school and leisure, to recognize dangers and to protect themselves.

Social Web macht Schule
An initiative of queo
Tharandter Straße 13
01159 Dresden 

Contact person:
Kristin Stritzke-Wrubel

Phone: 03512130380
E-mail: info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜social-web-macht-schule☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.social-web-macht-schule.de and www.facebook.com/socialwebmachtschule

The Dresden project Social Web macht Schule (Social Web Makes School) promotes a conscious and responsible use of digital media, especially social media such as Instagram, YouTube and Whatsapp. To this end, trainers work with school classes in workshops and talk to parents and teachers in evening events about the possibilities and pitfalls of this world that has become so important to children and young people. 

Target group: parents, teachers, children and young people from grade 4 onwards

Duration: from 90 minutes

Topics: Cyberbullying, body cult, web presence, communication, net nerve, information, data protection and addiction.

Appointments also possible at short notice. Costs by arrangement. 

Saxony-Anhalt

Eichardtstraße 8/9
06114 Halle (Saale)

Contact:
Matthias Schmidt
Division Manager Media Competence Education
Phone: 0345 - 5213100
Fax: 0345 - 5213111
E-mail: schmidt☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medienanstalt-sachsen-anhalt☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.msa-online.de

Medienanstalt Sachsen-Anhalt is the central point of contact for media literacy issues in Saxony-Anhalt. Competent handling of media and orientation in a dynamically developing media world are now considered key competencies in everyday and working life - regardless of age, gender and educational background. To this end, the MSA operates its own media competence center in Halle. Every year, 250 seminars are held here, the content of which ranges from imparting knowledge about current issues in the media system and the practical use of various media to the independent production of media content. In addition, Medienanstalt Sachsen-Anhalt provides three mobile media education units. The media mobiles can be requested from the MSA free of charge for media education projects, parents' evenings, teacher and multiplier training courses. The MSA's instructors coordinate the offers individually with representatives of interested schools, daycare centers and youth recreational facilities and thus respond to the concrete need for advice on site.

Reichardtstraße 9
06114 Halle(Saale)

Contact:
Alexander Karpilowski
Project Manager Network Media Competence Saxony-Anhalt
Phone: 0345/52550
Fax: 0345/5255121
E-mail: kontakt☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜medien-kompetenz-netzwerk☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.medien-kompetenz-netzwerk.de 
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/NetzwerkMedienkompetenz

Saxony-Anhalt has a broad media education landscape with numerous players and initiatives. The advice, networking and coordination center "Netzwerk Medienkompetenz Sachsen-Anhalt" (Saxony-Anhalt Media Competence Network) helps to network existing players and activities in a profitable and sustainable way and to provide impetus for local media education. The network also acts as a contact point for all interested parties for media education issues in the state; it helps, for example, with the placement of speakers, the realization of media projects, information on funding opportunities for media education projects, etc. The network is also responsible for the development of media education projects in Saxony-Anhalt. You can find the comprehensive list of tasks of the "Media Competence Network Saxony-Anhalt" as well as the media education atlas Saxony-Anhalt on the network website at www.medien-kompetenz-netzwerk.de.

The project is supported by the Media Authority Saxony-Anhalt (MSA), the state government and the Bildungswerk Sachsen-Anhalt e.V..

Schleswig-Holstein

Rathausallee 72-76
22846 Norderstedt

Contact:
Nina Soppa
Media Competence Officer
Program and Media Competence Department
Phone: 040 - 369 005 46
Fax: 040 - 369 005 55
E-mail: soppa☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜ma-hsh☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: https://www.ma-hsh.de/

The Media Authority Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein (MA HSH) is responsible for the protection of minors from harmful media in the two aforementioned federal states and is also the contact for issues relating to media competence promotion. MA HSH focuses on the Internet use of children between the ages of three and 14 and relies on the responsibility of parents. MA HSH assists them with questions about media education - especially with its magazine scout(www.scout-magazin.de). It is also involved in events on the topic in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein.

Open Channel Schleswig-Holstein (OKSH)
Hamburger Chaussee 36
24113 Kiel

Contact:
Holger Jentsch
Telephone: 0431/6400416
E-Mail: medienarbeit☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜oksh☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.oksh.de

Eltern-Medien-Lotsen
The open channel Schleswig-Holstein (OKSH) trains already pedagogically active ones to ?parents MedienLotsen? (EML), which report with parents meetings in the mechanisms KiTa, after-school care and school (class 1-8) to Games cell phones Internet - young medium world competently experience ? The thematic focus of the evening is coordinated individually with the coordination office and the speakers.

Are you a parent, teacher, school social worker, educator, or do you have any other connection to daycare centers, after-school care centers, and schools and would like to hold a parents' evening at your facility? The ElternMedienLots*innen will be happy to come to your facility. The evenings are free of charge. In individual cases, travel costs may be incurred. Please contact the OC Schleswig Holstein at medienarbeit☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜oksh☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de.

The implementation of the parents' evenings as well as the further training for ElternMedienLots*in can be guaranteed by the support of the Ministry for Social Affairs, Health, Youth, Family and Senior Citizens as well as the cooperation with the IQSH, the ULD and the AKJS.

In addition, the OKSH hasfurther offers for parents on offer:

Thuringia

Steigerstrasse 10
99096 Erfurt

Contact person:

Dr. Martin Ritter
Phone: 0361 211 77 50
Fax: 0361 2117755
E-mail: m.ritter☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜tlm☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.tlm.de

Direct links: https://www.tlm.de/medienbildung/elternarbeit and https://www.tlm.de/medienbildung/fortbildungen 

The Thuringian State Media Authority (TLM) initiates, supports and is itself involved in various projects that focus on action-oriented media work with children and young people. It works closely with Thuringia's community radio stations and operates its own media education center with locations in Erfurt and Gera. It also supports projects that help parents, teachers, educators and other multipliers to accompany children and young people on their way into the media society.

The following media education services are available:

  • Media education advice for parents, grandparents and educators "Familie ahoi! - With the compass through the new (media) world!"
  • Media education qualification seminars for Thuringian teachers "Apps in the school".
  • Media education qualification seminars for Thuringian teachers "Programming in elementary school with the Calliope mini".
  • Media education qualification seminars for Thuringian teachers "Video work in elementary school".

Social Web macht Schule
An initiative of queo
Tharandter Straße 13
01159 Dresden 

Contact person:
Kristin Wrubel 

Phone: 03512130380
E-mail: info☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle ein @ ein ☜social-web-macht-schule☞ Bitte fügen Sie an dieser Stelle einen Punkt ein ☜de
Internet: www.social-web-macht-schule.de and www.facebook.com/socialwebmachtschule

The Dresden project Social Web macht Schule (Social Web Makes School) promotes a conscious and responsible use of digital media, especially social media such as Instagram, YouTube and Whatsapp. To this end, trainers work with school classes in workshops and talk to parents and teachers in evening events about the possibilities and pitfalls of this world that has become so important to children and young people. 

Target group: parents, teachers, children and young people from grade 4 onwards

Duration: from 90 minutes

Topics: Cyberbullying, body cult, web presence, communication, net nerve, information, data protection and addiction.

Appointments also possible at short notice. Costs by arrangement.