The Corona crisis has clearly shown how important digitalisation is for the education sector. We have been using digital technology very successfully in further education for some time now and can justifiably say that we have very high digital competences.
For us, it is a matter of course to expand the learners’ media competence so that they too can work adequately with digital technology quickly and accurately. At the same time, we offer new forms and formats of learning. Conventional frontal teaching has long been considered outdated – both in school education and in adult and further education.
Learning happens best “by itself”. The best learning processes are those where a person expands his or her competences along the way, so to speak. They deal with a topic out of interest and with intrinsic motivation and gain knowledge and skills through systematic familiarisation. This is exactly our approach when we talk about new learning formats and forms of learning.
We rely on the power of individuality, motivation and self-direction. There is no pressure with us. We give impulses and are happy to give detailed feedback. You determine the learning steps yourself and thus we ensure not only a high degree of freedom for each other, but also strong learning successes. Variety, action orientation, practical references, differentiation and problem orientation are the didactic foundations of our work.