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   Introducing Ludwig-Erhard-Schule

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   Who was Ludwig Erhard?

   Cooperation with the University

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Staatliche Berufsschule II
Theresienstraße 15
90762 Fürth
Telefon: 0911/9977 40
Fax: 0911/9977 444

Außenstelle Kapellenstraße
Kapellenstraße 45
90762 Fürth
Telefon Lehrerzimmer:
0911/9779 7069
Telefon Sekretariat:
0911/9779 7269

E-Mail: ludwig-erhard-schule

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> Cooperation with the University

Ludwig-Erhard Schule cooperates with the University of Erlangen/Nuernberg

What is a “Universitätsschule”?
Everybody knows what a university clinic is. Students of medicine – guided by experienced physicians – deepen their theoretical knowledge and gain an insight into the practical side of their future job. Stimulated by minister of educational and cultural affairs, Dr. Ludwig Spaenle, Prof. Dr. Wilbers, tenured professor for business education and management training as well as human resources development at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, adapted this idea to the training of students of economic education.
The practical part of this mandatory program is carried out at two vocational colleges in Nuremberg and at Ludwig-Erhard-Schule in Fürth. These three were chosen for their many years of experience in instructing student teachers as well as for having cooperated proficiently with the university over the years.
In this model test, lectures and tutorials in didactics are replaced by a specific combination of mentoring, EPD-supported self-study and compulsory courses at university (“blended learning”).
The Ludwig-Erhard-Schule Fürth undertakes the mentoring-part of this model test. Mentoring is a modern way of personnel progress in companies that is also implemented internationally in the training and further education of teachers. From this semester onward 19 students in masters courses learn at our school. They meet once a week for half a day in groups of five with one mentor for each group. The latter are teachers who are prepared by the university, where they get specific suggestions for mentoring. Additionally they deal with the same content the students do. Over the course of two semesters, in a mixture of classroom observation, analysis, teaching and reflection, students gain experience, knowledge and credit points for their university degree and their professional future.
Through this model test, the Ludwig-Erhard-Schule Fürth is involved in an auspicious and pioneering project for the training in the field of economic education.
Further information about the project “Universitätsschule” can be found at the websites of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg ( Business-Education-und-Educational-Management Universität erlangen-Nuernberg).

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