Reciprocal visits of student-teacher groups are each dedicated to a thematic focus and enable personal meetings.
We worked on the historical-social perspective on (post-)colonialism. Using (every day) cultural phenomena such as music as well as food and the international food industry, topics of intercultural exchange and economic dependencies were addressed from a global perspective.
In the process, understanding and switching to the perspective of the respective partner results in a deeper examination of global as well as everyday issues.
The stay in the respective host families additionally promotes immersion into the other culture.