In the course of our many years of work with the topic of learning & education, some tests and checklists have been created. The tests & checklists are used to narrow down questions and get suggestions. They do not replace medical advice or a well-founded diagnosis from an expert.

Check exam anxiety

  • Is your child already afraid during the preparation phase?
  • Does your child have an Angst exam?
  • Is your child afraid of a particular subject?
  • Is your child afraid of a particular teacher?
  • Has the fear slowly spread?
  • Is your child afraid of the reactions of the class?
  • Is your child afraid of oral lectures?
  • Is your child generally anxious?
  • Is your child suffering from time pressure?
  • Is your child generally under a lot of pressure?
  • Does your child quickly feel overwhelmed?
Learning behaviour

Check High Sensitivity

  • Combing hair, showering and cutting nails will make your child feel painful.
  • When eating, your child doesn’t want to do experiments, new ones refuse.
  • Your child moves cautiously, rather creepingly or on tiptoes.
  • It doesn’t like to be in groups (except the family).
  • Your child suffers when others are in a bad way or they get into trouble.
  • Your child is afraid of height, speed and volume.
  • Your child has a strong sense of justice.
  • Your child plans in advance, always trying to go to “number safe”.
  • It insists that rules and promises are kept.
  • Your child has a good long-term memory and a distinct imagination.
  • It sleeps restlessly, sweats and rolls, has nightmares.
  • Your child is easily frightened, unable to stand the tangle of voices.

Check pressure of suffering

  • My child looks exhausted several times a week.
  • My child is irritated several days a week.
  • My child gets a tantrum several times a week.
  • During the day, my child often seems tired.
  • My child often seems nervous.
  • My child often behaves aggressively.
  • My child can’t concentrate well.
  • My child can often fall asleep badly.
  • My child often complains of abdominal and headaches.
  • My child often has nightmares.
  • My child doesn’t want to go to school in the morning.

Check error culture

  • Do you always make the same mistake multiple times?
  • Will your child get nervous and anxious when you talk about mistakes?
  • Does your child contribute little to solving problems or questions?
  • Are there many prohibitions or regulations in your family?
  • Is your child afraid to take responsibility for tasks?
  • Do you or your family often deny mistakes?
  • Does your child suffer if they make a mistake?
  • Does your child show schadenfreude when someone else makes a mistake?
  • Are you trying to quickly displace mistakes?

How good is your school in terms of: homework

  • Does your child usually start homework quickly?
  • Does your child usually know what to do as homework?
  • Is working time for homework limited?
  • Does your child almost always understand the homework?
  • Can your child do most homework without help without being able to do it without any problems?
  • Does your child work in a concentrated way and aren’t they easily distracted?
  • Is it important for your child to be able to show homework?
  • Is your child so neat that they find the necessary materials on their own?
  • Can your child work alone in his room for a while?
  • Is your child’s teacher satisfied with their homework?
  • Do your child rarely forget homework?

How good is your school in terms of: gut feeling

  • Do you have a good impression of the school staff?
  • Can you imagine attending this school yourself?
  • Do you feel the parent-teacher communication is open and cooperative?
  • Do you think your child will feel comfortable at this school for the next few years?
  • Would you recommend this school to other parents?

How good is your school in terms of: framework conditions

  • Is the size of the school classes justifiable for your child?
  • Do the classrooms offer a good learning atmosphere (bright, friendly, quiet)?
  • Does the school make a well-groomed impression?
  • Are there storage options for your child’s books?
  • Is there a library where your child can borrow books and work materials?
  • Is the school easily accessible for your child (bus, train)?
  • Does the schoolyard make a child-friendly impression?
  • Is there a way to park bicycles or mopeds at school?
  • Is there a school menu or a cafeteria with a healthy offer?
  • Is there a school garden?

How good is your school in terms of: focus

  • Is there a publicly visible school concept?
  • Does the school have special priorities?
  • Does the school serve your child’s interests?
  • Does the school cooperate with extracurricular institutions?
  • Are there holiday support courses (tutoring) in the event of poor performance?
  • Are children supported with handicaps?

How good is your school in terms of: lessons

  • Does the school offer the desired degree?
  • Can your child leave school with a high school diploma?
  • Are the teaching methods modern (e.g. computers, project work, internships)?
  • Is there a wide range of learning opportunities (e.g. AGs, sports groups)
  • Does the school have enough teachers in all subjects?
  • Are there special work rooms and appropriate equipment?
  • Is the school offering care in the event of a loss of teaching?