Jana CostaElena Wittmann

Fridays for Future als Lern- und Erfahrungsraum: Befunde zu den Beteiligungsformaten, den Motiven und der Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung von Engagierten

Shortlink: https://www.waxmann.com/artikelART104692
.doi: https://doi.org/10.31244/zep.2021.03.03

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In this article, engagement in the Fridays for Future (FFF) movement is examined from an educational point of view. Framing active engagement in the FFF movement theoretically as a learning opportunity, selected findings from an online survey (n=194) are presented. In a theoretical perspective, specific characteristics of the FFF movement are outlined with regard to learning and educational processes. Starting point of the empirical analyses are different possibilities of participation. On the one hand, an insight into the various participation formats is given. On the other hand, it is asked what motivates those involved to work for sustainable development and whether differences in motives and self-efficacy can be found depending on the form of participation. The results will be linked back to the theoretical frame of reference and discussed further.

Volunteering; Fridays for Future; Motives; Self-efficacy Expectations; Learning Environments