Our goal is: to develop and establish optimal multimedia learning tools that enable individual and autodidactic learning. Students solve tasks in virtual learning environments and achieve visible learning successes thanks to efficient feedback system.
Teachers act as their sparring partners to deepen independently acquired knowledge and strengthen social competence. The teaching groups are small and effective. There is enough time for creative projects and exercise. and school is fun!
Education on the Pulse of Time
While children naturally grow up in a digital world, teaching methods in our schools still have changed very little in recent years. Optimal digital learning opens up the chance to understand mathematics more easily, learn languages faster or convey history in an exciting way.
Digital teaching does not mean shifting teaching material into e-books, streaming knowledge films via YouTube or switching from overhead projector to whiteboard. Rather, it is scalable, digital learning tools that lead students and teachers to significantly higher learning and teaching success.