University Teaching

Serafina Morrin has been a university lecturer since 2016. Her teaching and lecturing experience here includes:

  • Free University Berlin (FU) (degree programme: primary school education)
  • Alice-Salomon-Hochschule Berlin (ASH) (degree programme: education and training in childhood)
  • Catholic University of Applied Social Sciences Berlin (KHSB) (degree programmes: childhood education, social work, curative education, education and counselling in social work and pedagogy)
  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (LMU) (for teachers and students in the PIUS project)
  • Hoffbauer Berufsakademie Potsdam (degree programme: social work and language)
  • University of Paderborn (guest lectures/workshops at the Institute of Romance Studies)

Thematic orientation

  • Concepts and theories of aesthetic education
  • Cultural diversity at school
  • Empirical social research
  • Preparation and supervision of internships
  • Scenic approaches (materiality of body, movement, language – meaning for social professionals)
  • Educational partnerships with parents
  • The importance of things in (socio-)pedagogical contexts
  • Language education/multilingualism/written language
  • A stage for language/linguistic diversity
  • Didactics and imaginations
  • Education – theoretical foundations
  • Orders of difference from an aesthetic perspective
  • Aesthetic approaches to digital education in childhood education
  • Theatre for young people and people with disabilities
  • Intercultural social work
  • Propaedeutic

Further Training


Serafina Morrin designs further training courses and provides consultation in the field of multilingualism and transcultural education for teachers in welcome classes (for the Senate Department of Education Berlin). In schools, day-care centres and at extracurricular facilities, she conducts seminars for specialists on various childhood education issues, including:

  • (Trans-) cultural education
  • Multilingualism and language education
  • Inclusive theatre pedagogy
  • Education and migration
  • Theatrical-Aesthetic Education