For successful learning, it is necessary that everyone in the school takes responsibility for their own learning processes and shapes them -effectively and specifically.

An essential part of learning competence is self-organization in the sense of the Dalton principle of “budgeting time”. This is an important prerequisite for being able to meet the future demands of society and the world of work through lifelong learning.

The learners work independently on their written assignments, for which they are well prepared by their teachers in introductory phases.