Serafina Morrin is a childhood educator, educational scientist and actress. During her many years of experience, initially in the field of performing arts and dance, Serafina Morrin has always turned to pedagogy, so that art and education always have a connection in her work. With a scientific view, she finally focuses on this topic connection in her university teaching and in her research.


Main Focus

The focus of her activities is childhood education, whereby aesthetic aspects always become relevant in her professional practice in all age ranges and due to her professional experience in many diverse life situations. In her scientific work, her interests are in childhood research, cultural-aesthetic education, performative teaching, learning and research, migration pedagogy and language education.

Professional Training

Prior to her dissertation in the field of educational science at Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main (which is still being reviewed by Prof. Dr. Juliane Engel and Prof. Dr. Christoph Wulf), Serafina Morrin completed a master’s degree in educational science (education, culture, and forms of knowledge) at Freie Universit├Ąt in Berlin. This was preceded by studies in education and upbringing at the Catholic University of Social Sciences Berlin, which followed several years of professional experience in theatre and film and in Oriental dance. The basis for this extensive artistic work in a wide variety of areas was an acting education, which Serafina Morrin initially completed at the School of Performing Arts, Etage Berlin.