I packed my time bag and in it I put…

Isaac-Newton-Schule with Cana Bilir-Meier and Sham Jaff

How does knowledge arise? Who decides what knowledge is accepted and what remains invisible? What knowledge will people need in the future? In their project work, journalist Sham Jaffand filmmaker Cana Bilir-Meier, together with a 7th grade class at the Isaac-Newton-Schule and teacher Katinka Bach, research how knowledge is created, hierarchized and disseminated. The students examine the effectiveness of analog and digital media, question phenomena such as fake news and acquire the tools to recognize and pass on their own knowledge. With these resources, they develop new knowledge – across age groups, media and time. They capture objects, images and texts digitally, collect them in a time suitcase and bury them for future generations.

Isaac-Newton-Schule is a high school located in Oberschöneweide in the Berlin district of Treptow-Köpenick. With teacher Katinka Bach