Self-directed Learning

Life in a globally and digitally networked world presents children and young people with new challenges that need to be learned and mastered. It is no longer just a matter of having a pool of knowledge readily available, but also the ability to link the various areas with one another and transfer this knowledge to new contexts. The ability to organize oneself and self-motivation are key skills in this respect.

The timetable includes several individual learning periods per week, during which the young people work independently on their learning goals. During this time, several learning coaches are available to answer their questions.


Interdisciplinary Projects

Project work also promotes independence and responsibility, both for oneself and for the team or learning group.

Therefore, we repeatedly carry out smaller and larger projects in the individual subjects that promote this competence. In addition, content is interconnected across subjects, which leads to networking and higer-order thinking.