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Course Overview and welcome

Social Pedagogy across Europe is the first Massive Open Online Course focussed on social pedagogy – a relationship-centred approach to supporting people’s learning, well-being and social inclusion in ways that promote social justice. The course is structured in eight sessions presented over four weeks – an introductory session, six sessions outlining social pedagogy in different European countries and sharing some innovative practice insights, and a review session to support you in applying your learning. You can undertake the six country sessions in any order you’d like. Through this course we aim to: *Give you an insight into how social pedagogy has been developing across Europe, highlighting both the diversity and connections, *Highlight the importance of valuing every person as intrinsically ‘rich’, recognising their unique potential and ability to be a valuable member of society, *Introduce you to ways in which you can bring this belief to life in everyday interactions and relationships that support people’s learning, nurture their well-being and enable them to feel included in society, *Ensure you are familiar with the most fundamental aspects of social pedagogical practice in ways that are applicable in your own personal and professional life. Please watch our introductory video to get more insights.

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1 vídeo ((Total 4 mín.)), 5 leituras
5 leituras
Course overview10min
FAQ - General topics10min
FAQ- Time management10min
FAQ - Quizzes and assignments10min
FAQ - Certificate10min
2 horas para concluir

Introduction to Social Pedagogy across Europe and Participatory Practice

In the first session, you’ll hear from our ThemPra team how social pedagogy has been developing across Europe and what the central guiding principles are. We’ll also tell you more about the social pedagogy perspective we’re taking in the MOOC and what themes we’ll be covering over the course. Finally, we’ll dive straight into the first theme: participatory practice. You’ll have a chance to find out why participation is important and how you can ensure that the people you support are meaningfully involved in decisions that affect them. Find out more about the first session in the short intro video below.

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6 vídeos ((Total 37 mín.)), 8 leituras, 2 testes
6 videos
Commonalities in Social Pedagogy across Europe8min
Cultural Differences in Social Pedagogy3min
Social Pedagogy Perspective in the MOOC8min
Participatory Practice in the MOOC6min
Participation in Social Pedagogical Practice7min
8 leituras
Session overview10min
Social Pedagogy – A Cross-European Perspective10min
Holthoff & Eichsteller - Social Pedagogy in Practice10min
Further resources (optional)10min
Participatory Practice in Social Pedagogy10min
Simpson – Introduction to Participation10min
Reflecting and Connecting10min
Meet the ThemPra team10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A Cross-European Perspective
Participatory Practice in Social Pedagogy
2 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in Germany - Resource-Orientated Practice

Our first country session will take you to the ‘cradle’ of social pedagogy: Germany. In this session by our colleagues from the KJSH in Northern Germany, we’ll first give you an overview of social pedagogy in Germany, and then highlight the dynamics at play in social pedagogical practice, before introducing you to ways of working with, and strengthening, people’s resourcefulness. We’ve included six videos and two case studies about resource-orientated case management at the KJSH. Please watch our short intro video for more details.

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6 vídeos ((Total 44 mín.)), 8 leituras, 2 testes
6 videos
Social Pedagogy in Germany12min
Social Pedagogy in Practice3min
Dynamics of Social Pedagogy11min
Resource-Orientated Case Management at HüTN3min
Working Sectors in Youth Welfare10min
8 leituras
Session overview10min
Social Pedagogy – A German Perspective10min
Eichsteller - The Notion of Haltung in Social Pedagogy10min
Further resources10min
Resource-Orientated Practice10min
Further resources10min
Reflecting and Connecting10min
Meet the KJSH Team10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A German Perspective
Resource Orientated Practice
Semana
2
4 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in the UK – Creativity

In this week’s first session you’ll meet our colleagues at the University of Central Lancashire, who will introduce you to social pedagogy in the UK. In particular, we’ll focus on the role of creativity in social pedagogical practice. Our session includes ten short videos and a choice between two creative activities you can do as part of your assignment. Please watch our short intro video for more details.

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10 vídeos ((Total 72 mín.)), 7 leituras, 3 testes
10 videos
Social Pedagogy at UCLan2min
Social Pedagogy in the UK14min
Social Pedagogy and Creativity in Practice6min
Creativity and Social Pedagogy5min
One Page Profile7min
One Page Profile in Practice4min
Worry Box6min
Assignment4min
Links to Social Pedagogy Concepts18min
7 leituras
Session overview10min
Social Pedagogy – A British Perspective10min
Further resources (optional)10min
Creativity10min
Further resources10min
Assignment 110min
Meet the UCLan Team10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A British Perspective
Creativity
2 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in Denmark – Purposeful Shared Activities

The second session this week features the Danish contribution from our teams at Københavns Professionshøjskole and Common View. In this session we’ll introduce you to social pedagogy in Denmark and a model for planning purposeful shared activities: SMTTE. We use this a lot in Denmark as we love undertaking activities together with the people we support social pedagogically. Please watch our short intro video for more details about our session.

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6 vídeos ((Total 30 mín.)), 7 leituras, 2 testes
6 videos
Social Pedagogy in Denmark5min
Aim-Directed Planning with SMTTE10min
Purposeful Shared Activities in Practice3min
The SMTTE Model in Practice at Granhøjen3min
Practice Example of the SMTTE Model5min
7 leituras
Session overview10min
Social Pedagogy – A Danish Perspective10min
Further resources10min
Purposeful Shared Activities - the SMTTE Model as a Planning Tool10min
Text: SMTTE Model for Aim-Directed Planning10min
Reflecting and Connecting10min
Meet the Teams from KP and Common View10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A Danish Perspective
Purposeful Shared Activities - the SMTTE Model as a Planning Tool
Semana
3
2 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in the Czech Republic – Prevention

The first session of this week comes from our colleagues at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic. As you’ll learn, social pedagogy has a long history and a very interesting tradition there. We’ll also explore how prevention activities can be used within social pedagogical practice and why these are important. Our session includes four videos and several further resources on prevention programmes in the Czech Republic. Please watch our short intro video for further details.

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4 vídeos ((Total 28 mín.)), 7 leituras, 2 testes
4 videos
Social Pedagogy in the Czech Republic12min
Prevention in Social Pedagogy3min
Prevention in Social Pedagogical Practice8min
7 leituras
Session Overview10min
Social Pedagogy – a Czech Perspective10min
Further resources10min
Prevention in Social Pedagogical Practice10min
Further resources10min
Reflecting and Connecting10min
Meet the Masaryk University Team10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A Czech Perspective
Prevention in Social Pedagogical Practice
3 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in Spain - Community Education

In this week’s second session we’ll introduce you to social pedagogy in Spain. Our team from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona is pleased to explore with you the history and current situation of social pedagogy in Spain and the role of community education within this framework. We’ve included a total of sixteen videos aimed at giving you a comprehensive and practice-relevant insight into the role that community education plays within community life and the education of individuals. Please watch our short intro video for further details about our session.

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17 vídeos ((Total 82 mín.)), 7 leituras, 2 testes
17 videos
History of Social Pedagogy in Spain5min
Professionalisation of Social Pedagogy3min
Intervention Fields for Social Pedagogy3min
Social Pedagogy in Practice - Interview with Javier Iglesias6min
Social Pedagogy in Practice - Interview with Ana Lirola7min
Social Pedagogy in Practice - Interview with David Diaz6min
Social Pedagogy and SIPS - Interview with Xavier Úcar10min
Community Education1min
Socio Cultural Animation and Community Education1min
Community Development and Community Education1min
Community Empowerment and Community Education1min
Social Capital and Community Education1min
Social Networks and Community Education2min
Community Education in Practice – Interview Lucas Martínez8min
Implementing Community Development Plans - Interview Marc Viñas8min
Caixa Proinfancia Programme - Interview Jordi Riera8min
7 leituras
Session Overview10min
Social Pedagogy – A Spanish Perspective10min
Further resources10min
Social Pedagogy and Community Education10min
"Asperones Avanza" – The Wall of Stars10min
Reflecting and Connecting10min
Meet the Team from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A Spanish Perspective
Social Pedagogy and Community Education
Semana
4
2 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in Belgium – Social Justice

In this session we’ll be exploring with you the role of social pedagogy as a perspective in Belgium. We’ll also introduce you to aspects around social justice and how social pedagogues can engage with people who are disadvantaged because of social inequality, given that we won't be able to solve complex structural problems like poverty. Over our 4 videos, we’ll also share some practice insights illustrating how we can ‘keep the door open’ to ensure we engage with those wider issues. Please watch our short intro video, in which we outline our session in more detail.

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5 vídeos ((Total 25 mín.)), 7 leituras, 2 testes
5 videos
Social Pedagogy in Belgium4min
Keeping the Door Open7min
Putting a Social Pedagogical Perspective into Practice – Evelyne Deceur5min
Putting a Social Pedagogical Perspective into Practice – Karel De Vos5min
7 leituras
Session Overview10min
Social Pedagogy – A Belgian Perspective10min
Further resources10min
Keeping the Door Open - Social Pedagogy and Social Justice10min
Further resources10min
Reflecting and Connecting10min
Meet the Ghent University Team10min
2 exercícios práticos
Social Pedagogy - A Belgian Perspective
Keeping the Door Open - Social Pedagogy and Social Justice
5 horas para concluir

Social Pedagogy in a Wider Context

In this second session we’ll briefly be reviewing the key learning points from the previous sessions and encouraging you to revisit your reflections from earlier sessions. But we don’t stop there. We’ve also included a glimpse at social pedagogy across the globe with short contributions illustrating social pedagogical practices in Mexico, Greece, the United States, Canada, Brazil and Slovakia. You’ll also find some practical tips on how you can nurture change and develop some of the ideas you've been learning about in your team and wider organisation. Find out more about this final session in our short introductory video.

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11 vídeos ((Total 52 mín.)), 11 leituras, 1 teste
11 videos
Reviewing the Key Learning Points5min
Practical Social Pedagogy - Jan Storø9min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice – Community Schools Project (Mexico)3min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice - Rescue (Greece)2min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice - Foster Children's Rights Coalition (United States of America)5min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice - North Shore Restorative Justice Society (Canada)5min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice – Monteiro Lobato (Brazil)5min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice – CRAS Primavera (Brazil)4min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice – CRAS Kephas (Brazil)2min
Examples of Social Pedagogical Practice – Micro Prevention Projects (Slovakia)4min
11 leituras
Learning Review10min
Further resources10min
Social Pedagogy across the Globe10min
Further resources10min
Social Pedagogy and Change Agency10min
Social Pedagogy and Change Agency - Be the change you wish to see10min
Social Pedagogy and Change Agency - Look for allies10min
Social Pedagogy and Change Agency - Work with resistance, not against it10min
Social Pedagogy and Change Agency - Stay connected to your passion and others!10min
Reflecting and connecting10min
Assignment SMTTE Model10min
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por LAMar 18th 2019

This is an excellent course and wonderful way to find out more about social pedagogy

Instrutores

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Sylvia Holthoff

Director
ThemPra Social Pedagogy CIC
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Lindy Simpson

Senior Lecturer
Participation and children’s rights / University of Central Lancashire
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Gabriel Eichsteller

Director
Developing social pedagogy in organisations, risky play
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Lowis Charfe

Senior Lecturer
Social pedagogy and social work / University of Central Lancashire
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Ali Gardner

Senior Lecturer
Adults social care / University of Central Lancashire
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Jörg Schlüter

Regional Manager Kompass Rheinland, Director Compass Child and Family Services
KJH Stiftung, Compass Child and Family Services
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Colin Paterson

CEO/Vorstand KJSH Trägerverbund
KJSH Trägerverbund, KJSH Stiftung
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Heike Schädler

Executive Director
KJSH
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Brigitte Paterson

Trainer of Social Pedagogy and case management
Freelance
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Charlotte Firing

CEO / Director
Common View
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Martin Sørensen

Lecturer
Københavns Professionshøjskole
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Søren Krogh Hansen

Lecturer
Københavns Professionshøjskole (KP)
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Dana Knotová

Professor
Department of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University Brno
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Vladimíra Kyjánková

Tutor
Freelance cooperating with the Department of Educational Sciences, MU Brno
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Xavier Úcar

Full Professor
Social Pedagogy and Social Education
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Laura Arnau

Associate Professor
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Paloma Valdivia

Postdoctoral Researcher
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Àngela Janer

Professional Counsellor and Associate Professor
Universitat de les Illes Baleras (UIB) and Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR)
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Laura Corbella

Predoctoral researcher and course instructor
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Lieve Bradt

Tenure Track Professor
Department of Social Work and Social Pedagogy, Ghent University
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Rudi Roose

Associate Professor
Department of Social Work and Social Pedagogy, Ghent University

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