Bachelor Technical Education - Social/Special Needs Education in Technical Education

The degree course bachelor technical education - social/special needs education in technical education is offered as a second subject or teaching subject within the "technical education" degree course. A vocational subject is studied as a first subject. Please note the possible combinations of subjects.

The programme is the only german vocational school teaching profession course of its kind that trains young people with fewer opportunities in vocational education and training.

These are mostly people who, for various reasons, do not meet the requirements for vocational training. For this reason, they are taught in the context of a mostly one-year vocational preparation course, primarily the vocational preparation year (BVJ) and the vocational entry class (BEK). These are, for example, pupils with special educational needs, migrants or socially disadvantaged young people. They are usually difficult to motivate after unsuccessful school careers. For this reason, students are not trained for a special subject such as german but study the equivalent subject "social and special needs education in vocational education and training".

This is accompanied by training for a teaching role that is not limited to mere knowledge transfer. Rather, the bachelor's programme teaches practice-oriented scientific methods with which young people's life situations can be understood, individual learning strategies promoted and further perspectives developed. In this way, the bachelor's programme prepares students for the master's programme. Alternatively, the bachelor's degree is also intended to qualify students for jobs in the extracurricular support of disadvantaged young people.

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30167 Hannover