Christian Kißler (*1991 in Hagen-Hohenlimburg, Germany) successfully obtained his Abitur in 2011 and accomplished his bachelor’s degree in biology and educational sciences in 2015. He is currently studying two master programmes: Educational Sciences and Education and Media: eEducation. Christian Kißler operates the biggest German YouTube channel for educational sciences. He works both at the German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases and as a tutor for diverse private and public institutions.
A Different Kind of Game: Individual Development and Socialization
Panel talk, FROG main conference | Saturday, 14th October, 18:00 – 18:30
How do I become who I am? How important are other people for the process of becoming me? Mead´s (1934, 1973) theory of Play, Game, Me, I and Self will be important to answer these questions. With easy words and brief stories many important aspects of the process of becoming oneself will be explained. The importance of other people will be shown: We become who we are by seeing the world through the eyes of the others (Wittpoth, 2009) and a person resp. subjectivity has always to be thought in relation to other persons and groups (Ricken, 1999; 2006).8