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Reading, Creative Writing and Painting as Leisure Activity of Primary School Children with and without a Migratory Background – an Interdisciplinary Project for the Interaction of Curricular and Extracurricular Surroundings

[LSM: Lesen, kreatives Schreiben und Malen als Freizeitbeschäftigung von Grundschulkindern mit und ohne Migrationshintergrund – ein interdisziplinäres Projekt zu Wechselwirkungen von schulischen und außerschulischen Umwelten]

Management: Stephan Kröner
Associates: Volker Frederking, Susanne Liebmann-Wurmer
Staff: Elisabeth M. Schüller
Period:
2010-2013
Funding:
Staedtler-Foundation

 

Abstract:
To which extent do primary school children with and without a migratory background use reading and writing competencies as well as artistic-creative competencies that they have acquired in school in their leisure time? Which behavioral, normative, and control beliefs  predict the extent of leisure reading, writing and artistic-creative activities? The aim of the proposed project is a longitudinal study of these questions. Effects of beliefs, gender and socio-economic status are studied on an individual level. Features of quality of instruction are added on class level. The results of the project are meant to serve as a starting point for the development of measures to support reading, writing and artistic-creative design as leisure activity.

Publications:

Birnbaum, L. Schüller, E. M. & Kröner, S. (2019). Überzeugungen zum freizeitlichen Schreiben bei Grundschulkindern [Beliefs about leisure time writing of elementary school children]. Journal of Educational Research Online, 11(2), 5–36. https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-180011

Schüller, E.M. & Kröner, S. (2017). A pink dog with 20 legs – An explorative study on the beliefs of elementary school children explaining engagement in artistic leisure activities. Journal of Educational Research Online, 9 (2), 183 – 204.

Schüller, E. M., Birnbaum, L. & Kröner, S. (2017). What makes elementary students read in their leisure time? Development of a comprehensive questionnaire. Reading Research Quarterly. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/rrq.164

Schüller, E. M. (2014). Lesen als Freizeitbeschäftigung von Grundschulkindern. Entwicklung von Skalen auf Grundlage der Theorie des geplanten Verhaltens. (Dissertation, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, 2014). Verfügbar unter http://opus4.kobv.de/opus4-fau/frontdoor/index/index/docId/5488