626390 Diagnosing and Counselling

winter semester 2018/2019 | Last update: 04.03.2020 Place course on memo list
Diagnosing and Counselling
PS 2
not applicable

The graduates of this module have basic knowledge of communication theories, learning diagnosing,

counselling and mediation. They know models to promote learning and apply them

adaptively and have competences in dealing with conflicts and violence prevention.

They are able, against the background of learning-process-oriented diagnostic insights, to

develop first action strategies and intervention competences for the occupational area of

school and implement cooperative development and support plans.

The graduates of this module are able to classify, evaluate and flexibly use strategies and

methods of classroom management.

The graduates of this module are able to apply case-based and action-oriented communication-

theoretical models for the work field of school. The students know and understand the

quality criteria of performance assessment. They recognize the challenges of performance

assessment and are able to establish individual approaches theoretically.

The graduates of this module possess basic educational knowledge and refer it to the daily

school tasks of the teaching profession. Due to continued experiences in school life, they are

able to take the perspective of a teacher corresponding to the educational level.

The graduates of this module have personal, social, professional and methodical competences.

They are able to independently plan, implement and evaluate teaching units according to

given targets and to react to heterogeneous learning groups situation-specifically with differentiated

teaching methods. They know feedback instruments to inside and outside perception

of their teaching and are able to use them.


successful completion of Compulsory

Case-based treatment of the topics from the lecture; practical exercise and

in-depth treatment of instruments of diagnosing, communication techniques

and counselling formats

Discussion of scientific content of the lecture; cooperative learning in a variety of forms of work.

Continual evaluation of performance throughout the course. Evaluation is based on oral, written and practical aspects.