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mein Name ist Sabine Kasten. Ich arbeite seit 2009 an der Hochschule Darmstadt, zunächst im International Office und seit 2015 im Sprachenzentrum als Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben im Bereich Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Zurzeit unterrichte ich studienvorbereitende Kurse (DSH) und beschäftige mich insbesondere mit virtual/intercultural exchange, blended learning, Hörverstehen für fortgeschrittene Lernende und Diversität.

Sabine Kasten
Sabine Kasten M.A.

Am Projekt DACADU bin ich seit September 2022 beteiligt und konnte vor allem den Besuch der Delegationen aus Spanien und Irland im Oktober vorbereiten und betreuen.

Es ist schön, wieder interkulturelle Begegnung organisieren zu können – ein Thema, das mich schon mehr als 25 Jahre begleitet. Schon als Studentin war ich bei AEGEE e.V. Mainz-Wiesbaden aktiv und habe so Europa kennengelernt und bei einer Sommeruniversität an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität mitgeholfen. Nach einem Austauschjahr in den USA habe ich mein Studium in Berlin fortgesetzt und war dort lange bei der Sprach- und Kulturbörse aktiv, bevor ich als DAAD-Sprachassistentin ein Jahr an der Adam-Mickiewicz-Universität in Polen arbeitete.

Die Weiterentwicklung des Internets und der Technik, die uns für die Lehre zur Verfügung steht sowie die pädagogischen Erfahrungen aus der Pandemiezeit von 2020-2022 bringen mich heute zu der Überzeugung, dass internationale und interkulturelle Begegnungen sowohl online als auch in Präsenz stattfinden kann und jeweils einen Mehrwert haben. Umso schöner ist es, dass DACADU beide Möglichkeiten bietet!

DACADU weiter zu entwickeln und auf der interkulturellen Reise innerhalb von EUt+ dabei zu sein, ist mir eine große Freude.

Ich bin seit 2015 am Sprachenzentrum der Hochschule Darmstadt angestellt. Hier bin ich als Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben in studienvorbereitenden Kursen tätig. Seit Februar 2022 arbeite ich in der EUt+- Allianz im Bereich „Mehrsprachigkeit, Interkulturalität“.


my name is Sabine Kasten. I have been working at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences since 2009, first in the International Office and since 2015 in the Language Center as a senior lecturer in the field of German as a foreign language. I currently teach preparatory courses for university studies (DSH) and am particularly interested in virtual/intercultural exchange, blended learning, listening comprehension for advanced learners, and diversity.

I have been involved in the DACADU project since September 2022 and prepared the visit of the delegations from Spain and Ireland in October.

It is nice to be able to organize intercultural encounters again – a topic that has accompanied me for more than 25 years. Already as a student I was active in AEGEE e.V. Mainz-Wiesbaden and thus got to know Europe and helped with a summer university at the Johannes Gutenberg University. After an exchange year in the US, I continued my studies in Berlin. There I was active for a long time  at the Sprach- und Kulturbörse, before I worked for a year as a DAAD language assistant at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland.

Today, the advancement of the Internet and the available teaching technology, as well as the pedagogical experiences from the 2020-2022 pandemic, lead me to believe that international and intercultural encounters can take place both online and in presence, and each has added value. It is all the more wonderful that DACADU offers both possibilities!

To further develop DACADU and to be part of the intercultural journey within EUt+ is a great pleasure for me.

I have been employed at the Language Center of Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences since 2015. Here I work as a teacher for special tasks in study-preparatory courses. Since February 2022, I have been working in the EUt+ Alliance in the area of “Multilingualism, Interculturality”.


  • Sabine Kasten

    Ich bin seit 2015 am Sprachenzentrum der Hochschule Darmstadt angestellt. Hier bin ich als Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben in studienvorbereitenden Kursen tätig. Seit Februar 2022 arbeite ich in der EUt+- Allianz im Bereich „Mehrsprachigkeit, Interkulturalität“.

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