Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe
University description (as per official university website)
- Theories and practice, international and interdisciplinary teacher education in a unifying Europe.
- Developing further, profile-building BA and MA programs that are designed well educated, but not school-.
- Applied research, empirical research and school education, geared to pressing social problems of our time as well as educational and school policy issues and research desiderata.
- Innovative forms of teaching and learning, experience-based learning (experiential learning) that are supported in the broadest sense of the word media.
- Sustainable development of the College of Education University of Karlsruhe as a family by promoting the compatibility of study, career and family for all the groups represented at the university: students, administrators and faculty.
History of the University of Education Karlsruhe
Initial training and examination for school candidates (prospective teachers)
Establishment of the seminary school in Karlsruhe, organizational links with the then illustrious high school, on to today's Kaiser Street between Market Square and the little church market
Years of internal consolidation, led by Johann Leonhard Waltz
Reform years under the influence of J. Lorenz Boeckmann
Reduction and temporary closure of the school seminar. The old building is torn down at the market in 1807
Re in the Marquis Street 48, near the roundabout place under the direction of Henry William Katz (1763-1851) and the educational direction of the Pestalozzi-student William Stern (1792-1873)
Through a Staatsministerialreskript the visit of the Karlsruhe teachers' college for all evangelical Lehramtskanditaten made mandatory
The seminar is given its own building at the corner of Academy and Hans-Thoma-Straße with boarding schools and affiliated Seminar
Transition of the seminar Directorate of William Stern to Ferdinand Leutz
Purchase of the new seminary building in Bismarck Strasse 10
Reform under the influence of C. Becker 'between conception
Decline and a temporary closure due to lack of career prospects
College of Teacher Education
Destruction of the building in Bismarck Street
The teacher training college Pedagogical Institute
Moving into the restored building in the Bismarck Strasse 10
Transformation of institutions in higher education by the Act on the education of elementary school teachers
Instrument establishing the University of Education Karlsruhe
Approval of the university statutes by the state government
Law on the Status of Teacher Education ("Status Law"), ie conversion of the Pedagogical Universities in independent academic institutions
Law on the teacher training colleges (PHG) with a specific research project in the Education and the Teaching of subjects, awarded the limited promotion law
Amendment to the PHG with unlimited promotion law
Amendment to the PHG with limited legal Habilitation
Decision of the so-called "Faculty Model"; restructuring of the five faculties in three faculties
Relocation of the Faculty of I in the Imperial Avenue
Cooperation agreement with the University of Karlsruhe, joint postdoctoral
Introduction of undergraduate teaching degree Europe
Amendment to the PHG with the introduction of the Higher Education Council
Devices in the undergraduate teaching program in secondary schools
Summary revision of the higher education law in the LHG; connected with the unrestricted right to habilitation of Teacher Education
Introduction of tuition fees at all state universities in Baden-Württemberg
Start the Bachelor degree programs in sport health leisure "and" language and movement education "
Introduction of the extension tray, and certificate degree program in Islamic Theology and Religious Education
Relocation of the Institute of Social Sciences in the Erzbergerstraße
Tri-national accreditation of the Masters Course "Multilingualism" in Germany, so can the PH Karlsruhe in the winter semester 2008/2009 the first students to be included
Start the Masters Course "Intercultural education, migration and multilingualism (IMM)"