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INTERNSHIPS DURING YOUR STUDIES

Here you can find information on the internships that form a part of the FüBa and M.Ed. degree programmes.

 

 

Interdisciplinary Bachelor's Degree (FüBa)

The course regulations for the "Fächerübergreifenden Bachelorstudiengang" allow for two types of internship programs - a non-school-based internship program, or a school-based internship program.

The students who choose the school-based option must complete a four-week internship outside the university, and a four-week internship in a school.

The students who choose the non-school-based option must complete two four-week internships, or one eight-week internship, outside the university.

More information about each type of program can be found below.

  • School-based Internship (Allgemeines Schulpraktikum)

    You can find the internship regulations here [German].

    You can find the form certifying the completion of your internship here [German].

  • Non-school-based Internship (Außerschulisches Praktikum)

    At least one non-school-based internship must be completed by all FüBa students. Students who choose the school-based internship program must complete a four-week non-school or university-based internship (5 LP), while those who choose the non-school-based-program must complete two four-week or one eight week placement/s (10 LP).

    You can find more information in this document [German].

    The internship regulations can be found here [German].

    You can find the form certifying the completion of your internship here [German].

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

The master of education involves a mandatory five-week internship.

  • M.Ed. Internship

    General Information

    M.Ed. students can complete their internship as a block, or throughout the semester, or in a mixture of both formats. In total, the internship should comprise of 15-20 hours. If a teaching assignment of this length is not possible, the student must sit in on a second subject. The application form for the internship can be obtained at the Leibniz School of Education. Approval must be granted by the school and by the supervising institute.

    Goals and Requirements of the Internship

    1. Your internship will involve intensive collaboration with the school's teachers, and comprehensive preparation of lessons.

    2. The internship should be used to get a sense of daily life at a school, and as an opportunity to assess your own suitability as a teacher.

    3. The student teacher should have the opportunity to make use of her knowledge of the subject, and didactic methods, within the school system.

    4. The teaching hours should be conducted in the "Sekundarbereich I und II".

    5. Teaching experience is comprised of observation and independent teaching (at least 3 hours). During the observation hours, the student-teacher must document the lessons, displaying the ability to use necessary lesson-planning terminology. A selection of these (3-4) should be attached to the final report.

    6. At the conclusion of the internship, the student-teacher must write an eight page report about the internship. The must be submitted four weeks after the completion of the internship.

CONTACT FOR SCHOOL-BASED INTERNSHIPS

M. A. Marcel Gerlach
Placements Officers
für schulische Leistungen
Address
Im Moore 21
30167 Hannover
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Room
Address
Im Moore 21
30167 Hannover
Building
Room

CONTACT FOR NON-SCHOOL-BASED INTERNSHIPS

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Prof. Dr. Dietmar Hübner
Placements Officers
für außerschulische Leistungen
Address
Im Moore 21
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
Photo von Dietmar Hübner Photo von Dietmar Hübner
Prof. Dr. Dietmar Hübner
Placements Officers
für außerschulische Leistungen
Address
Im Moore 21
30167 Hannover
Building
Room