Team Building At South Hessian Schools
Kreis Bergstrasse that managed projects with fun and mutual appreciation of Wald-Michelbach diploma educator and coach Niko Bittner on behalf of the Odenwald Institute of the youth education work supported project. The workshop should concretely to prepare the main students on the first part of her final exam for which it independently to plan a project in group work, perform and present had to. You should learn to take advantage of the opportunities of group work. At the end, small groups with fixed rules mastered a mini project in the form of a competition. In the form of games students experience how important it is to make sure to listen carefully, to trust and to be reliable”, explained the project coordinator of school Anke Bernius.
A good distribution of roles within the group is as important as a good communication and the commitment of all. Activity and listening to turns. The experiences from the games are discussed and reflected”Bittner added. Target that help to give young people their personal strengths and weaknesses to identify, specifically to leverage the strengths and deal with their own and the weaknesses of others. With fun, variety and movement, you learn to appreciate each other. The workshop due to common breaks and the partial integration of the class teacher contributes also to strengthen class community and to the better mutual acquaintance. The move encourages success.
This allows easier new doors”go up. The feedback of the students and the class teachers are consistently positive. You will appreciate the relaxed everyday. They say they can handle better and less offensive way. In addition to team training, Niko Bittner leads iMove under the name! Training for health and where self-assertion for people with and without disabilities, as well as together with a colleague self-defence courses for women. He is Honorary trainer PfunzKerle e. V., of the Tubingen Office for boys and men’s work. There he works with in an EU project and workshops in schools to young people to the issue of domestic violence, performs”to raise awareness and empower them to, in appropriately with each other to exchange ideas. He carries out production in Hamburg assertiveness training for people with learning difficulties for companies, for example, for K to promote self-determined participation of people with disabilities in the life of society. Information at or by phone 07071 639545. The program of the uberwald schools coordinated by the Eugen-Bachmann-Schule Anke Bernius. “More of the municipal youth educational work are funded seminars for schools, classes, youth groups, clubs or initiatives offered by the Odenwald Institute: fit for the school fair-military training, fight differently, the chaos of feelings, film from cut and risk, rules, rituals” (addiction prevention workshop), as well as youth camps to art and ecology. Also School and youth groups outside the circle mountain road can book these seminars. See phone 06207 605-0 or.