"It must be an essential task in the educational process to lead people to great mental flexibility so that they can develop successful solutions to unknown problem situations."
We see the promotion of creative problem-solving skills as an essential educational task and have developed special teaching techniques and forms of instruction for schools at secondary level I and II.
These techniques are based on three pillars with which the creative potential of young people, their openness to new things, their spirit of discovery and their innovative talents are awakened and strengthened via the natural science subjects.
Flex-based learning aims to promote intellectual as well as experimental flexibility. Innovative teaching techniques have been developed especially for science subjects such as biology, chemistry, physics and computer science.
The focus lies on awakening a basic creative attitude. Creative personality traits, team spirit and self-efficacy are strengthened with the help of certain techniques.
INNOVATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING
In school-autonomous electives and exercises, students learn well-proven creativity techniques and exciting team processes. The goal is to develop and implement innovative solutions to real-world problems.