Unser Projekt

Schulhackathon Schickhardt-GMS Stuttgart 2022

Fünf Tage haben wir die SMV-Schüler*innen der Schickhardt-GMS von Stufe 5 bis 11 in ihrem ersten Schulhackathon begleitet. Die Schüler*innen haben sich in mehreren Gruppen mit den verschiedenen Challenges auseinandergesetzt und gemeinsam Lösungen für diese entwickelt. Zur Vorstellung der Ideen war die Schulleitung anwesend. Höhepunkt des Hackathons war abschließend die Entscheidung der Gewinner-Teams, welche einen Ausflug nach Berlin gewonnen haben.

„Besonders gut gefallen hat mir
die Kreativität der Schüler*innen“. 
-Zitat eines Lehrers

Ablauf des Projekts

Bevor wir in der Arbeit mit Design Thinking Lösungen und Ideen für Herausforderungen entwickeln, bedarf es erstmal ein gutes Verständnis um die Challenge. Diese wurde im Vorfeld durch mehrere Gespräche mit der Schulleitung, den Schüler*innen und unseren Partnern entwickelt. Geeinigt haben wir uns auf folgende Themen:

Wie können wir die Schulgemeinschaft stärken?
Was können wir gegen Rassismus tun?
Wie können wir die SMV sichtbarer machen?
Wie wollen wir in Zukunft lernen?
Wie können wir die Schulgebäude so gestalten,
dass sich alle wohl fühlen?


In an instant all was confusion; a thousand drawn swords menaced me from every quarter, and Sab Than sprang upon me with a jeweled dagger he had drawn from his nuptial ornaments.

Whale was seized and sold, and his Grace the Duke of Wellington received the money. Thinking that viewed in some particular lights, the case might by a bare possibility in some small degree be deemed, under the circumstances, a rather hard one, an honest clergyman of the town addressed a note. He could not use his short-sword to advantage because I was too close to him, nor could he draw his pistol, which he attempted to do in direct opposition to Martian custom which says that you may not fight a fellow warrior in private combat with any other than the weapon with which you are attacked. A fact thus set down in substantial history cannot easily be gainsaid. Nor is there any reason it should be. Of what precise species this sea-monster was, is not mentioned. But as he destroyed ships, as well as for other reasons, he must have been a whale; and I am strongly inclined to think.


Calling to Dejah Thoris to get behind me I worked my way toward the little doorway back of the throne, but the officers realized my intentions, and three of them sprang in behind me and blocked my chances for gaining a position where I could have defended.

Thrusting Sab Than headlong from the platform, I drew Dejah Thoris to my side. Behind the throne was a narrow doorway and in this Than Kosis now stood facing me, with drawn long-sword. In an instant we were engaged, and I found no mean antagonist.

“The Tharks were having their hands full in the center of the room, and I began to realize that nothing short of a miracle could save Dejah Thoris and myself, when I saw Tars Tarkas surging through the crowd of pygmies that swarmed about him.”

Isaac Tobin Creative Director at Fantasy Interactive

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