10. May 2015 · Comments Off on Better Photography School · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Basic course digital photography in April especially cheap In April 2011 is the basic course offered online photo school Berlin photography for 99 instead of regular 125 euro. Beautiful days must nevertheless not be spent before the machine: the duration of the course will be extended during the promotion period to 30 days. Online photo school in Berlin (OFSB) is a 2007 school for photography on the Internet. Thomas Michalak, artist and since 1997 lecturer for photography at the Berlin Photo Center at the water gate, it has designed courses for people who can perceive no regular appointment and want to learn at their own pace. Although E-learning, these courses are not pure reading courses. In the virtual classroom, participants and tutors are interconnected. They discuss pictures, share questions, experiences and adventures in forums.

The sequence of reading, photography, experiment with your own camera, answer questions, meet important photographers, photographic tasks and exercises as well as image meetings is varied and interesting course. The Results of the tasks and exercises are corrected by an experienced trainer of photo and evaluated. The rates of online photo school Berlin consist of 10 sections, whose handling requires the three to eight hours. Who wants to go deeper will find additional information, materials and links in each section. All participants meet in a virtual classroom, discuss in forums and discuss the images that store them in a gallery on the school server.

The courses can be started at any time and are completed at an average pace after about 120 days. An interruption during holiday or similar is possible at any time. The successful completion of the course will be certified with a certificate.

20. March 2014 · Comments Off on Secondary School · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Though in New Zealand is a compulsory from the 6th to the 16th year of life, her school career most children begin the New Zealand school system with a visit to the primary school commence”at the age of 5 years. Also the New Zealand school system is divided into three sections: the primary, intermediate and secondary pane. In contrast to Germany, where education is still thing the countries, a binding for all of the country’s public and private schools curriculum, which is implemented in a comprehensive school system exists in New Zealand with the national curriculum (NC). In the context of the NC a wide spectrum of subjects is offered New Zealand and international students, whereby in addition to the classical curricula in the areas of mathematics, natural sciences, languages, sport and Social Sciences in particular individual interests and talents will be encouraged. This range includes artistic or creative subjects (school bands and Orchestra, theatre courses, but also Maori art) pre-employment content (E.g. fashion design, tourism, or economics) and includes a strong practice as a reference (E.g. work on a school farm).

“Table: grades of the New Zealand school system age of Klasse(n) school 5-12 1-8 primary school 11-12 7-8 primary school or Intermediate School * 13-14 9-10 Secondary School 15 11 NCEA level 1 16 12 NCEA level 2 17 13 NCEA level 3 * the classes 7 and 8 are either integrated into the primary school or are at a separate institution, the so-called Intermediate School” visited. After the primary school (grades 1-6) visit New Zealand students the Intermediate School (grades 7-8), which is part of a primary/secondary School or a separate facility either. Compared with German primary school primary students go so in a higher age (in the Rule with 12 years) on a secondary school (Secondary School from grade 9), which with the national certificate of educational achievement (NCEA) level 3 – comparable with the German Abitur – 13 class completing.

17. March 2014 · Comments Off on German School Congress · Categories: News · Tags: ,

German school Congress DSLK designed the school of the future Cologne, 16.03.2012. Today and tomorrow more than 1,200 head teachers and principals from all provinces as well as from Austria, of Switzerland, Finland and Italy meet at the German Conference of headmasters in the Duesseldorf Congress Centre CCD. Schools go in management under the motto”the two-day Congress promotes the national and European exchange of experience between teachers. 50 national and international top speakers are the school executives as an interlocutor available. Main speakers are the Dean of the Technical University Munich Prof. Dr.

Manfred Prenzel, the President of the Standing Conference of ties Rabe, and the Swiss football referee Urs Meier. The German headmaster, together for the first time organized education (VBE) and the Carl link Publisher associated with Wolters Kluwer by the Association, Congress directly to New York just to end Summit from OECD and education international / egg to the Teacher professionalism instead. In New York, a focus was the development of the quality of school leadership. The shock of the PISA study is still deeply and the voices are further according to a way out of the crisis in education. Anyone who is involved in the education of the children, must give his best here: parents, teachers, and principals. However, the framework conditions for head teachers and principals have become ever harder in recent years: laws and regulations require constant adaptation, new tasks, straining the resources and leave little space for the daily work. It is all the more important that information and practical guidance on the hand be given them, that they can implement their tasks effectively. The headmasters conference fills a gap in the education and training of teachers and that nationwide makes an important contribution to an increased quality of education in Germany. Over 1,200 principals and head teachers have signed up for the DSLK the event is thus completely booked out.