Children are curious and want to open up the world in which they live. Every child has their own ways, prerequisites and potentials. While some do a lot with their hands, other children are watching everything, others are commenting on it. In pedagogical work with children’s groups, this individual diversity places high demands on the specialists.
This training wants to take you on a journey in which you can throw very different views on educational processes of children. In addition, various aspects of everyday life in daycare facilities are examined so that you can continue to fill your treasure chest as an educational guide.
With your knowledge of different models of children’s learning, you are aware of educational processes and can initiate, accompany and document them professionally.
On the one hand, they reflect their role with regard to child-related educational processes and, on the other hand, the tension between the individuality of the child and the dynamics in groups.
Based on the needs of the child and the children’s group, you shape the daily routine, the interactions with children and the space in an educational way.
In the mutual exchange of experiences, you will receive new impulses for your educational work.
- Thematic priorities
- Educational orientation: children as learners
- Children construct their own world
- 100 ways to open up the world
- Perceive and document educational processes
- Specialists as a learning companion
- Education in everyday life – shaping everyday life
- Needs of children as a starting point
- Daily routine and free spaces
- Team work and relationship design
- The room as the third educator
- Involvement of children
- With children in dialogue
- Children as designers of their learning environment
- Dealing with diversity
Adults often determine what leeway children need and how they have to be designed. Although this is done with the best of intentions, children often feel most comfortable in those latitudes that are unobserved and unnoticed by adults. The attic with many old boxes, in which wonderful discoveries can be made, lends itself to play. In the basement there is a step ladder, on which one can feel great and either rise to Olympic level or has a career as a vocal soloist in front of him. Especially the leeway that children find particularly stimulating for themselves should be considered here when it comes to the importance of educational processes in children’s play. With the gala study the deals are perfect here.
The importance of the game in the education plans of the federal states
Educational plans, orientation plans or whatever they are called should bring the educational aspect of day care centers back to the fore. They are intended to define the child’s play as the basis of learning and experience The Conference of Youth Ministers in May 2004 in their common frameworks for the educational plans of the day care center, the ” playful exploratory form of learning ” as a basis for education defined.