Danish International Schools Network Spring Conference

 

PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP COMPETENCIES

Based on the research and best practice tools of Dr. Louise Klinge

Schools take student wellbeing very seriously and work hard to promote positive environments where students can learn and thrive. Louise Klinge’s research has been carried out on the very premises for good and productive relationships between students and teachers. Having spent a number of years in teaching, the research is closely tied to the realities of our classrooms and the workshop leaders will set out to provide us with a professional language and tools for reflection and practice.

As international schools we receive and send off many students during a school year. Our class climate and chemistry changes every time this takes place. It is demanding to be an international classroom teacher and administrator. Our ability to form and sustain meaningful relationships needs to be at the heart of our practice.

Since 1st August 2017 all schools in Denmark need to comply with the legislation on anti-bullying strategies and action plans to ensure safe and including learning environments. Again, relationships form the basis for anti-bullying action plans as recommended by DCUM (Dansk Center for Undervisningsmiljø).


Programme

 

09.00-09.30   Welcome and coffee/tea

 

09.30-12.00   Louise Klinge and Line Rønn Shakoor:

                         relationship competencies;

                         definition, relevance, impact

 

12.00-13.00   Lunch

 

13.00-15.00   Focus on didactics; How to facilitate teaching and learning to support the teacher’s relationship competencies and the students’ outcome

 

15.00-15.15   Coffee/tea/snacks

 

15.15-15.45   Round off, Questions and Answers, Goodbye

 


Price
is 980 kr pr. person

Please sign up by 20th March.

The conference will take place in Vejle 30th March.