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Competence development in vocational education and training. An international comparison of the planning and implementation of instruction 
in commercial vocational training (CodeVET).

In international vocational training research, there is an increasing emphasis on studies on the systems and
structures of vocational education and training, but little is known about the didactic design of the
Vocational training in schools and companies. On 01.04.2019 the project has "competence development in vocational education and training. An international comparison of the planning and implementation of commercial vocational training instruction (CodeVET)" started. The AG Frommberger der Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik, together with its project partners the University of Cologne, the Higher School of Economics (Moscow) and the Shanghai Universities, East China Normal University and Tongji University, will conduct a comparative study of the significance and development of competence orientation in curricula and in the teaching of commercial vocational training in Russia and China, with reference to Germany. This knowledge with regard to the teaching-learning processes sharpens the understanding of vocational education and training in an international comparison. At the same time, it can serve to explain different performance levels in vocational education and training. Two six-month research phases are planned in the target countries. The University of Osnabrück is focusing on field research in Russia as part of the project. Therefore, Anastasia Goncharova will examine the curriculum of the selected commercial professions as well as the teaching-learning processes in vocational schools in Russia.

Project leader: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project collaborator: Anastasia Goncharova
Funders: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
Project period: 01.04.2019-31.03.2022


Development of a Training and further education concept for sustainable development in training in milk technology (NaMiTec)

For the period 2018-2021, the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) is funding the NaMiTec research and development project within the framework of Funding Directive III on Vocational Education and Training for Sustainable Development. The project aims to develop an initial and continuing training concept for sustainable development in training in milk technology. The project is carried out by Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik (AG Frommberger) in cooperation with the Dairy Education Centre of LUFA Nord-West, Oldenburg, and the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT, Oberhausen.

Project collaborators: Mareike Beer, M.A.
Funders: Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung (BiBB)


Teaching staff requirements and demand forecasts in the industrial-technical vocational school teaching profession (type 5 teaching profession)

For many years the federal states, vocational schools, trade unions and teacher associations have been complaining about precarious imbalances on the vocational school teacher labour market, especially in the industrial-technical sector. However, the actual demand for teachers and the volume of training required as a result can only be roughly estimated at present. Reliable forecasts that focus on the commercial-technical vocational teaching profession have not yet been made. The aim of the planned project is to address this deficit. The aim of the project is to generate statements on the current and future demand situation in the commercial-technical teaching profession nationwide.

Project manager: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project collaborator: Silke Lange
Funders: Fritz Henkel Stiftung

(Kopie 3)

Studierende im Lehramt an berufsbildenden Schulen in Deutschland. Entwicklungen und Status Quo.

Projektleiter: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Projektmitarbeiterin: Silke Lange
Laufzeit: 01.10.2016 - 31.12.2020


On the design and effects of practical phases in vocational teacher training at schools.

Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project Collaborator: Silke Lange
Duration: 01.10.2016 - 31.10.2020


(Kopie 5)

Permeability between vocational and higher education. An international comparison.

Worldwide, a further development of transitions between vocational and higher education can be observed. At the same time, there is a growing supply of courses and degrees in which vocational and academic qualifications are combined and integrated. To this end, this study develops interesting examples from seven countries that promote transitions and the link between vocational and higher education. An international comparison is made on the basis of these examples, including an assessment of the situation in Germany. 

Project leader: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project member: Tatyana Popkova
Funding partner: Bertelsmann Stiftung

 

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Quality Development & Quality Assurance in TVET (reference to German model) for the programme "Regional cooperation programme to improve the training of TVET personnel in ASEAN countries (RECOTVET)"

A background paper on quality and quality development in vocational education and training will be developed. The purpose of this paper is to provide information on the further development of vocational education and training, especially of vocational training personnel, in the ASEAN countries.

Project leader: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project member: Fabienne-Agnes Baumann
Funding agency: GIZ

 


(Kopie 11)

Scientific support for the BMBF funding guideline on the internationalisation of vocational education and training (WB-IBB)

Project leader: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project coordinator: Fabienne-Agnes Baumann
Project staff: N.N.
Funding source: Bund
Duration period: 01.09.2017-30.04.2018 (exploratory phase), from 01.05.2018 Main phase
Project homepage: https://wb-ibb.info


Completed third-party funded projects (selection)

On the training of teachers at vocational schools - findings and development prospects

Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Dietmar Frommberger
Project Collaborator: Silke Lange
Resources: Hans-Böckler-Stiftung and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
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Country study South Africa

medium transmitter: collar
running time: 01.10.2016 - 31.10.2018


European cooperative framework for Dual Learning

Funding source: EU - Erasmus+
Duration: 01.09.2015 - 31.08.2018


European vocational training policy

medium transmitter: collar
running time: 01.10.2016 - 31.10.2017