Projects of the Leibniz School of Education

LEIBNIZ-PRINZIP

The development proposal “Theoria cum praxi. Promotion of the reflective capacity to act as a Leibniz-Principle for Teacher Education”, or in short Leibniz-Prinzip, is funded in line with the collective Quality Campaign Teacher Education through resources of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research by the federal state and the country.


LEIBNIZWERKSTATT

With the project “LeibnizWerkstatt” the Leibniz University Hannover primarily wants to enable as many university students as possible to provide language learning support for refugees. The measure of the LeibnizWerkstatt additionally aims for a deep examination/analysis of the topic of forced migration.

The project is funded by the Lower-Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture. With the cooperation of numerous institutes, associations and organisations within and outside the Leibniz University Hannover, this project is being executed by the Leibniz School of Education and the German Department.t.


GERMAN AS A SECOND- AND EDUCATIONAL LANGUAGE FOR TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS

The project “German as a Second- and Educational Language for Teacher Education Students” is being financed through university quality funds (Studienqualitätsmittel).


DISCOVER - INTERNATIONALISATION AT HOME

In times of intensifying globalisation and migration in intercultural networking, the project Discover is intended to give students of teacher education courses at Leibniz University Hannover the chance to experience the internationalisation of teacher education "at home". As a supplement to the numerous offers of practical experience abroad at LUH, the project focuses on international education systems, values and educational realities in order to offer students a view beyond their own education.

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TRANSFORMATIVE HORIZONS

International Teacher Education as Opportunity for Multicultural, Multilingual and Transformative Experience

 

With this project, the Leibniz School of Education wants to strategically shape international mobility in teacher education at LUH, reduce curricular and structural obstacles and provide new impulses for the further internationalisation of teacher education. The project is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Projects of Teacher Professional Development