OBTAIN BETTER STUDENTS’ BEHAVIOUR BY DEVELOPING CORE VALUES AT YOUR SCHOOL

Sweden

ErasmusPlus-InServiceTraining

Pre-Registration

Would you like to participate in this course next school year 2022-2023? Please make a pre-registration so we can keep you informed about this course.

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Final Registration

You want to confirm your participation for this course in the schoolyear 2022-2023?

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Dates can be subject to change and are only final after official confirmation by the course provider.

CONTENT

  • Collaboration

Local partners organize these international courses in cooperation with Eekhout Academy.

The hosting partner organisation is Malmö Stad.

Malmö Stad

MALMÖ STAD

Grundskoleförvaltningen

Pedagogisk inspiration Malmö

Rönnbladsgatan 1B

205 80 Malmö

  • What

Values can be defined as the main source of influence on personal behaviour shared by the members of a certain culture and manifested through norms and symbols.  The values are the core and fundamentals of behaviour.

As behaviour is visible, the values aren’t. Values are internal or subconscious. Already in 1976, Edward T. Hall developed the iceberg analogy. He reasoned that the visible aspects (behaviour) are the part of the iceberg  above the water, but there is a larger portion hidden beneath the surface.

These ‘under-water-parts’ are based on values, norms and beliefs.

When a  school wants to change students’ behaviour, the school has to address the ‘under-water-parts’ and address the values.

In Scandinavian society and school, this reflection is almost automatically made. School ethos is defined starting from values, that are visualized by didactical and pedagogical methods. The school environment can be seen as a living testimony of the realisation of the schools’ values.

In this course we offer the possibility to explore how Swedish schools start with core values, to shape their didactical/pedagogical approaches.  This has proven to be a powerful mean in the interaction and inclusion processes that take place in a multicultural city as Malmö.

During school, the participants can experience from first hand how this process was carried out and we provide possibility for interaction and exchange of ideas.

core values
  • We start om Monday morning at 09.00 o’clock and end on Friday afternoon by 15.30 o’clock.
  • A course day has two sessions, 09.00-12.00 and 13.30-16.30 h. every time with a coffee break.
  • The sessions can comprise input, lectures, theoretical background, personal and group exercises,training, transfer exercises, school and study visits, discussion, collegial or professional dialogue and exchange of ideas.
  • During the course, there is also a cultural visit.
  • A detailed programme will be published several months before the course takes place.

PRACTICALITIES

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COURSE FEE

– We offer a flexible cost structure, allowing you to select the package that fits best your personal or school situation.
– For a detailed explanation, have a look at our ‘Cost Structure‘.

FUNDING

– You can request an Erasmus Plus grant from your national agency which will cover almost all costs of this course.
– We can guide you through the process of funding and application. To do so, you need the make a pre-registration.
– After pre-registration, we’ll contact you by mail and provide the application help.

More information soon!

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