Motivating brief interventions with parents in the pre-primary”evaluated training offer”KITA MOVE – motivating brief interventions with parents in the pre-primary education”in elementary education in North Rhine-Westphalia now firmly adopted. “” “So of the this time the complete team of the municipal day-care Howard Street” and must be “in Mulheim/Ruhr on this in-house training” participated the ginko Foundation for prevention. In two facilities, the parents work is important to make the education and training for children efficiently and sustainably. In addition to extensive mandatory services with and for parents, talks about education issues get ever more important in the everyday life of the daycare. Now the conversation is becoming increasingly important for the requirement profile of the daycare with little motivated on education issues for parents. To train the entire team on the basis of “KITA MOVE” he increased the competences individual employee and ensures a consistent principle in the practical work with parents. The parents are taken seriously in their educational mission and by the educators supports development education strategies to ensure optimum promotion and development of children. Since the motivating short interventions are challenging and training must, is a mutual support and reflection of participants in implementing in the daily work of the team very helpful and in-house training”provide this necessary frame.

Overall, the training under the guidance of the social scientist Anna Segeth and education scientist Norbert Paul Habib was experienced as varied, challenging and useful. The event is divided into 12 modules contains numerous Labs, practical training in the application apart from theoretical foundations. So the participants learn to recognize such as discrepancies in conversation sequences and to integrate into motivational talks or even helpful strategies, if in parents calls opposition comes up. The feedback shows that the training has contributed to fears of difficult conversations with parents and provide information on alternatives for the talks. Just because the target group of the hard-to-reach and little motivated parents for everyday teaching of great importance, the participants were very satisfied with the added value of information and skills. 100% of the participants stated to use the learned items in discussions in the future with certainty with parents. The participants will have time in the everyday kindergarten to implement what you learned and to gain experience with this method, before these experiences in the conversation are reflected with parents on another practice day and completed with practical inputs and exercises.

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