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STUDENTS: INDOOR CAMPUS 2021 of the Hamburg network "Teachers with a history of migration"
Are you a high school student with a history of migration and are you interested in the teaching profession? Then there is a great opportunity for you to find out more about the teaching degree in this 3-day free compact seminar in Hamburg. There are only 30 places.
Zeit und Ort
Nov 20, 2021, 9:00 AM GMT+1 – Nov 21, 2021, 3:40 PM GMT+1
Hamburg, Weidenstieg 29, 20259 Hamburg, Germany
Über die Veranstaltung
STUDENTS: INDOOR CAMPUS of the Hamburg network "Teachers with a history of migration" .
To get more young people with an immigrant background interested in the teacher training course and the teaching profession - that is the declared aim of SCHÜLER: INNENCAMPUS of the Hamburg network "Teachers with a history of migration" . The project, originally launched in 2008 on the initiative of the ZEIT Foundation Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius, takes place this year as part of a proven cooperation between the State Institute for Teacher Training and School Development (LI), the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of the State of Schleswig-Holstein and the Center for Teacher Education Hamburg (ZLH).
Our goal is to inform high school students with a history of migration about the teaching degree and the teaching profession, job opportunities for teachers (subjects, school types, etc.)
Event date of the 3-day compact seminar
- Module phase I Saturday 20th November and Sunday 21st November 2021 (all day, including meals)
- Module phase II Monday, November 22nd, 2021: Observations at schools and
Reflection seminar in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein
Venue State Institute for Teacher Training and School Development, Weidenstieg 29, 20357 Hamburg
Application deadline October 22, 2021 (number of participants max. 30)
Who can apply?
Schoolchildren with a history of migration who are attending high school in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein and are interested in the teaching profession. Pupils who themselves or their parents / grandparents were born abroad and who immigrated to Germany have a history of migration.
We offer free meals as well as participation in the supporting program. An application requires full participation in the project (3-day compact seminar and supporting program). Participants from Schleswig-Holstein also receive free accommodation and care.
We need that by October 22, 2021
As application documents: »your curriculum vitae,» a personal statement about your motives
»Why you want to take part in the SCHÜLER: INNENCAMPUS
" Copy of the last certificate
Schoolchildren from Hamburg, please apply to: Ms. Anh Thi Do-Kavka, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students from Schleswig-Holstein, application to Melek Frank, email: Melek.Frank@isurfstormarn.de or Dirk Gronkowski, email : Dirk.Gronkowski@bimi.landsh.de
Content of the seminar:
... all information about the process of a »
First-hand teacher training.
... a description of the various tasks and »
Employment opportunities for teachers (subjects,
School types, etc.).
... insights into the everyday life of student teachers »
... find out whether you are suitable for work as a teacher »
in a 3-day compact seminar. We accompany you
»Career and study orientation
»Impulses and encounters with educational science
as well as school administrators
»Insights into the structure and content of the teacher training course
as well as information about admission requirements
selected universities in Northern Germany
»Information on various funding opportunities
(BAföG, scholarships) and university support
offered (especially for students with migration
»Experience reports from student teachers
and teachers with a history of migration
»Small group work
»Individual advice on teacher training
»Exchange of skills and requirements
in everyday teaching life
»Observations at schools according to yours
School type and subject requirements