Of dependencies, sparing words and the one point

One point up or down. Is it worth the excitement at all?? Burkhard spachmann meant well after all. What an outcry would have been expected if the grades had been corrected downward? But so?! I ask you.

After all, one point upwards may decide whether a student passes the reexamination, whether he or she gets a three or a four, whether he or she fails or not, or whether the average of the one and two graduates as a whole is higher than the average of the two graduates. One more point also means disregarding 186 corrections made by our esteemed colleagues – without having spoken about it again. One point more means in this case to overrule the school rules and to act on his own authority. One point more – and a personal risk is accepted. Why?
"Against the background of the facts given at that time and the professional-pedagogical necessity, ostd spachmann, in order to protect the rights of the baccalaureate students as the chairman of the baccalaureate examination, had to choose this unusual step, even here at the school, by using the instrument of the third decision, in consideration of all further consequences, for example also for himself personally", according to the statement of the casimirianum. Yesterday, burkhard spachmann reacted to the audit results of the ministry of education with his very own words. The director of the casimirianum feels comfortable – despite his actions, which "are not provided for by school law in this way" – rehabilitated.

The fact that he only intervened in the subject of german and that there was no change in the results of the first and second corrector in any other subject confirms for him the exceptional situation "and the high quality of work that has always been valid for the casimirianum at this school – and that for a good 408 years".

Of course, it can be seen in this way. But is it necessary to raise the grade from 14 to 15 points when the first and second correctors were in agreement?? External consultants and experts will be involved in future discussions on assessment practice and criteria, especially in the subject of german. This was revealed to us yesterday by the press spokesman for the ministry of education. Even from 1993 to 1998 in the ministry of education as an employee in the department of grammar school, female spachmann knows very well how to remove the black spot on the otherwise so white vest: the "valuable insights" from the review form the basis for further work in the subject of german at casimirianum – always with an eye on the students and their appreciation in the context of our responsible educational tasks." this is, after all, the central task of every teacher, a "padagogue in the greek sense of the word".

Where we were at the actual decisive point: the educational and educational tasks.

The whole debate about "sparing high school graduation grades has shown that – point up or down – the bavarian school system as such is on trial. There is a lack of trust. Trust in the decisions of the ministry of education. What has G8 achieved?? Higher failure rates at grammar schools. Where the casiglockchen used to ring almost every year, this year the number of 6.5 percent of high school graduates who didn't make it rings in coburg's ears. The universities also complain. More and more students drop out after the first year because the requirements can not be met. Too much material in far too short a time is supposed to enter the heads of our children, who can hardly concentrate, who are under pressure to perform from the third grade onwards – from school and parents! Trust is missing again. Confidence that our children will go their way – even without a high school diploma in their pockets.

The trust in the teachers, who are able to assess our children and show them the way, can unfortunately not be expressed in general terms.

School is dependent on the teacher. As, by the way, the grades in german have always been – from elementary school to the qualifying level (formerly upper school).

Good teachers motivate their students, where authenticity and pedagogy stand side by side. The good teacher trusts the student to perform at his or her best. The good teacher is trusted by the pupil. Unfortunately, however, there are also a whole series of other teachers who, to everyone's chagrin and detriment, spend their lives ignorant and whose weapons are always the sharp red pencils.

Burkhard spachmann has corrected upwards. He saw it as "a professional-pedagogical necessity". Whatever that means. The ministry of education agrees. In the end, possible 93 legal disputes between schoolchildren and parents against the school and the free state could be avoided bavaria should be averted. Point for spachmann. Up or down.

Like this post? Please share to your friends:
Leave a Reply

;-) :| :x :twisted: :smile: :shock: :sad: :roll: :razz: :oops: :o :mrgreen: :lol: :idea: :grin: :evil: :cry: :cool: :arrow: :???: :?: :!: