We combine the acquisition of skills and the joy of learning. Active and independent learning comes to the fore. Only those who act and learn independently can grow beyond themselves, acquire knowledge and skills and take responsibility – for themselves and for others.
We have consistently aligned our courses to be competence-oriented. In this way, you can apply your knowledge in practice immediately after starting your career. That is what makes you so attractive for the job market.
In the station examination, you show your technical and methodological competence at several stations, at which you solve realistic tasks in a practical, oral and / or written manner within a given time.
For your portfolio, you select some of your work in a well-founded and reflective manner, which you use to illustrate your performance and learning progress in a certain area at a given point in time (professional competence, personal competence).
In your presentation, you show that you can concretely illustrate a topic you have worked on to an audience and that you can respond competently to questions, suggestions and discussion points (technical, methodological and social skills).
Together with other students, you will playfully depict a situation (e.g. a conflict, a decision-making or a special conversation situation) in role play, where you critically question, discuss and reflect on the different role behavior (subject, method, social and personal skills) .
In simulation games, you and your group are confronted with a practical situation as realistically as possible over a longer period of time, giving you insight into problems and relationships, making your own decisions and experiencing the consequences of your actions (technical, methodological, social and personal skills).
In the cooperative teaching method team teaching, two or more people conduct a course together, whereby you as a learner experience and experience a greater variety of perspectives, methods and suggestions (technical and methodological competence).
With the one-minute paper, you actively deal with the learning content, for example at the end of a teaching / learning unit within a minute of writing down your learning results and any outstanding questions (professional, personal competence).
In order to be competent in the various teaching and examination methods of the CORE principle, all our teachers go through a twelve-day training course. Further workshops on the subject of teaching & learning enrich the continuing education offer for our teachers.
The SRH University of Heidelberg has designed all courses according to the CORE principle. The consistently high quality of our study model has been checked and confirmed by ZEvA.