Venue FESET seminar 2018

The seminar will be hosted at VIA University College, Campus, C. Cedersbyen 284, Aarhus.
Registration desk will be open at 09:30.

The workshop programme will be online by April 30.
Have a look on the field visits that are organized for you.

Download the programme 2018.
For any question you can check on the terms and conditions here.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 2018

FESET Seminar 2018

SARAH BANKS
Professor Sarah Banks, Durham University, UK
JAN JAAP ROTHUIZEN, PH.D.
Associate professor
EMMANUEL RENARD
Educateur spécialisé et philosophe.

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VISIT AARHUS

Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark. A vibrant mix of youthful energy and a blast from the past makes Aarhus a city with an energetic beat of the pulse.

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European Journal of Social Education – 26/27 – 2015

European Journal of Social Education – 26/27 – 2015

Contents

Anne Marie Shier & Dave Williams – An Evaluation of the Use of Problem Based Learning and Film as a Method of Teaching and Assessment for Social Care Students.
Marika Curganov & Helprich ten Heuw – Studying Media, Children and their Caregivers: a Dutch Applied Sciences Approach.
Lisbeth Eriksson – Adaptation for Mobilization or Mobilization for Adaptation?
Niina Manninen – Service Learning and Social Pedagogy – Discussing the KAMU Service Learning Program.
Ed de Jonge & François Gillet – Interprofessional Cooperation as Collective Ethics Work.
Hans Schreurs – Creating a Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Practice Oriented Education and Research.
Phil Keogh & Catherine Byrne – Creating Opportunities for Inter-Professional Working and Building Common Approaches to Continuous Professional Development.
Jens Ineland, Martin Molin & Lennart Sauer – Discursive Tensions in Late Modern Society – on Education and Work for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Sweden.
Inge Tofte-Hansen – “An Open Room for Interpretation”
Eva Juslin, Susanne Davidsson & Pia Liljeroth  – Project-Based Interprofessional Education – Learning Interprofessional Skills For The Benefit Of Children And Families (dowload PDF here)

FESET Journal

Contents

Anne Marie Shier & Dave Williams - An Evaluation of the Use of Problem Based Learning and Film as a Method of Teaching and Assessment for Social Care Students.
Marika Curganov & Helprich ten Heuw - Studying Media, Children and their Caregivers: a Dutch Applied Sciences Approach.
Lisbeth Eriksson - Adaptation for Mobilization or Mobilization for Adaptation?
Niina Manninen - Service Learning and Social Pedagogy – Discussing the KAMU Service Learning Program.
Ed de Jonge & François Gillet - Interprofessional Cooperation as Collective Ethics Work.
Hans Schreurs - Creating a Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Practice Oriented Education and Research.
Phil Keogh & Catherine Byrne - Creating Opportunities for Inter-Professional Working and Building Common Approaches to Continuous Professional Development.
Jens Ineland, Martin Molin & Lennart Sauer - Discursive Tensions in Late Modern Society – on Education and Work for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Sweden.
Inge Tofte-Hansen - “An Open Room for Interpretation”
Eva Juslin, Susanne Davidsson & Pia Liljeroth  - Project-Based Interprofessional Education – Learning Interprofessional Skills For The Benefit Of Children And Families (dowload PDF here)

FESET Journal

ENSACT 2018 Submissions

ENSACT Observatory 2018 – submissions –  Promoting Sustainable Communities & Sustainable Development.< ...

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