Abstract: ?Methods of teaching physic in teacher seminars and work shops for pupils ? EU-project MOSEM in practical use?This thesis centres on the Leonardo-da-Vinci project MOSEM, which is short for ?Minds On Superconductivity and Electromagnetism?. In this project experimental kits and respective trainings for teachers were developed and then passed on to the partners with suggestions on how to implement these special teaching methods in practice. In this thesis four points are essentially discussed: first the development of the project is examined, a project which had, after all, no less than three predecessors. The main focus, however, is on the methods recommended by MOSEM. The ensuing theoretical part highlights how pupil-centred methods can be implemented. These conclusions are subsequently verified in practice, both in the project with adolescents, and also with teaching staff. Two teacher trainings were evaluated, and six pupil work shops were assessed. It turned out that pupil-centred methods, as implemented in the MOSEM project, can be used very well in classroom teaching.