HAND in HAND - social and emotional competencies for tolerant and nondiscrimitive societies

Background and purpose The symposium is arranged in the context of the newly started EU-financed project called HAND in HAND, and representatives from the international partner-organisations are invited to the symposium as participants. Therefore, the symposium language is English. The purpose is to raise some generic perspectives to inspire classroom teaching and school development focused on social, emotional, relational and intercultural competencies.

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    HAND in HAND - social and emotional competencies for tolerant and non-discrimitive societies " If you are registering without a Danish identity number then please email jyro@via.dk with name, email, address, working place/billing address, and the VAT number, instead of using the formula. You will receive a confirmation email".

    Background and purpose
    The symposium is arranged in the context of the newly started EU-financed project called HAND in HAND, and representatives from the international partner-organisations are invited to the symposium as participants. Therefore, the symposium language is English.
    The purpose is to raise some generic perspectives to inspire classroom teaching and school development focused on social, emotional, relational and intercultural competencies.

    Participants
    The symposium is open for both teachers and school leaders, students and employees from VIA educations, and for other interested, e.g. researchers.

    Practical information
    The symposium-fee, including coffee, lunch etc., kr.450, must be paid when registering for the conference.
    Students can participate for free (without coffee and lunch), but registration is necessary.

    The Hand in Hand project
    The Hand in Hand project is just initiated in 2017 and is running for 3 years. The purpose is to design and test a generic whole school approach for development of social, emotional and intercultural competencies (SEI competencies). The project is targeting the need experienced in Europe and internationally for building more tolerant and non-discriminant environments (schools) for every student to feel accepted and be able to reach his or hers potential including immigrant and refugee students. Educational institutes and schools from both Sweden, Germany, Croatia and Slovenia are involved, project coordination is by Educational Research Institute, Slovenia. From Denmark VIA participates in cooperation with the "Danish Society for Promotion of Life Wisdom in Children". The project is inspired both by substantial international research and former projects like VIAs Relational Competencies project 2012-16. Programme:

    9.00 - 9.30
    Welcome by Birgitte Lund Nielsen, head of the Danish group in the Hand in Hand project (HiH), together with Helle Jensen, head of the teacher-training program in HiH.
    Short presentation of the HiH project.

    9.30 - 11.00
    Recognizing the Other: Mindfulness, empathy and compassion as social-emotional and intercultural skills. Perspectives from the social, cognitive and behavioural sciences.

    by Martijn van Beek, Ph.D., Assoc. professor at the University of Aarhus, Interacting Mind Centre and Department of Anthropology will offer a review of insights from scientific research, focusing on youth and young adults. Van Beek has done extensive research on the dynamics of ethnic and religious conflict and on the science of contemplative practice.

    11.00 - 11.30 Coffee Break

    11.30 - 13.00
    Traumas, Living Complex Systems and Resilience.
    In the perspective presented here, traumas are always a systemic reaction, which subsequently unfolds as systemic dysfunction via the daily expressions of trauma. Regeneration and adaptability via biomarkers - everyday expressions of resilience.

    by Michael Stubberup, B.A. and M.A., author. With a background as founder and Managing Director at SYNerGAIA Rehabilitation and SYNerGAIA Innovation, he will share his experience in working with refugees with traumas.

    13.00 - 14.00 Lunch Break

    14.00 - 15.30
    The quality of dialogue is the key to inclusion and integration regardless of ethnic and cultural background.

    by Jesper Juul, Family therapist, author, and founder of the organization family-lab, which operates in several countries, http://www.family-lab.com He has been teaching relational competence internationally, including in Croatia during and after the civil war.

    15.30 - 16.00 Closure

    Målgruppe

    Teachers and school leaders, students and employees from VIA educations, and for other interested, e.g. researchers.

    Instruktører

    Birgitte Lund Nielsen - Seminarielektor
    Helle Jensen - Cand.psych. specialist og supervisor
    Martijn van Beek - PH.D., Assoc. professor
    Michael Stubberup - B.A. og M.A., forfatter
    Jesper Juul - Familieterapeut

    Fagområder

    Alle lærere - på tværs af fag

    I samarbejde med

    VIA University College, the Hand in Hand project and The Danish Society for the Promotion of Life Wisdom in Chiildren (Foreningen Børns Livskundskab)

    Aarhus C

    Pris
    450 kr. - Studerende gratis (uden Kaffe og Frokost)
    Dato og tid
    18. september 2017 kl. 9 - 16
    Kursus nr.
    CFU17263
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    Aarhus C

    Status
    Åben for tilmelding
    Dato og tid
    18.09.2017 - kl. 09.00-16.00
    Pris
    450 kr. - Studerende gratis (uden Kaffe og Frokost)
    Tilmeldingsfrist
    11.09.2017
    Kursus nr.
    CFU17263