#LernenVernetzt

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#LernenVernetzt continues as schools reopen!

Students continue to support teachers and schools digitally as schools take up face-to-face teaching again. School continue to look for committed students to support them. Please register via our registration form for students.

STUDENTS HELP TEACHERS AND PUPILS WITH TEACHING AND LEARNING ONLINE

The project #LernenVernetzt is a cooperation between the Leibniz School of Education (LSE), the Institute of Education (IEW), and the IGS quality network in Hanover and its region (Q-IGS). The initiative takes up the challenge teachers, pupils, and parents face since the beginning of the corona crisis: teaching and learning at home. Together with our cooperation partner, the Center for Teacher Training at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU), the project is now being optimized in terms of quality and organization and further adapted to the needs of all those involved.

In order to continue to meet our own high standards in the long term and not to lose sight of our goal of getting in the way of educational injustices, we have developed quality standards for #LernenVernetzt, which also help us to differentiate ourselves from similar initiatives.

Even now, as schools have reopened, teachers and pupils face various challenges: For example, digital infrastructures have to be expanded and pupils have to catch up on subject matters. This is why students within the #LernenVernetzt programme continue to support schools digitally. 

The possibilities for support are very diverse and offer students the opportunity to gain more practical experience in their teaching degree and to make a decisive contribution in this currently challenging situation. The focus is always on the needs of the individual students and the main goal of the #LernenVernetzt project remains to fight educational inequality.

For this reason, the #LernenVernetzt team at the Leibniz School of Education calls on students to volunteer in this special time and to support both the teachers and the pupils.

What does the support look like?

The return to face-to-face learning after a long time of changing school operating models is a new situation for both schools and teachers. This gives students the opportunity to work with teachers and pupils and to help shape school and education. The students can also shape newly created online learning rooms and contribute to digitization issues within the teachers’ body. What is more, learning guidance of individual school students remains a central component of the #LernenVernetzt project. 

The #LernenVernetzt project is very flexible and thus can be adapted to the needs and skills of the participating students, teachers, and pupils. Since #LernenVernetzt is a voluntary activity, the type and scope of support always depends on the student's time resources.

How does #LernenVernetzt work?

Student who study to become teachers can use the registration form on the website to register their wish to get involved in the project. In addition, interested principals or individual teachers can apply with their school’s needs for support via the form on this page. Schools and teachers are matched with volunteer students and contact is established. Individual arrangements can then be made in the following.

Any questions? Please write us an email!
I am studying to become a teacher and would like to help:
I am a teacher or principal and would like the support of students:
New: #LernenVernetztInformatik

Apart from being supported by students who study to become teachers, schools can also ask to be supported by students of computer science. These students are available for questions concerning digital infrastructure and technical support.


⇢ more information on #LearningNetworkComputerScience

CURRENT NUMBER (13-07-2021)

Registered Students

148

Participating Teachers

108

Participating Schools

75

Matched Students

134

Unmatched Students

14

NUMBERS SINCE THE START OF THE PROJECT (13-07-2021)

Registered Students

219

Participating Teachers

137

Participating Schools

83

CONTACT OF THE LEIBNIZ SCHOOL CONNECT TEAM

Alexandra Krüger, M. Ed.
Address
Appelstraße 9
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
112
Alexandra Krüger, M. Ed.
Address
Appelstraße 9
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
112
Helene Pachale, M.Ed.
Address
Königsworther Platz 1
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
327
Helene Pachale, M.Ed.
Address
Königsworther Platz 1
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
327