Presentation on theme: "Hands on... Face to Face or Distance?. Face to Face- advantages No Excuses Instant Aid Social Interaction "Motivationstarter" Able to meet new people."— Presentation transcript:
Distance-advantages Learn when you have the time Work when you feel like it When you are socialy disfunctional, but wants to educate yourself. If you are sick or to far away from schol you can still get education.
Distance - disadvantages Hard to keep up motivation Unsocial Might have to wait for answers or aid Leads to Exclusion
Exclusion From our experience this often starts at an early age, but at a smaler scale. To feel excluded from school i s a triggering factor for droping out. To counter the feeling of exc lusion the adults surrounding young people have to coop erate and react. A high amount of sick-leave, tr uancy and low intrest in interaction with others a re severe signals.
Inclusion We all need to feel included, if we don´t we start searchin for a context were we do. If the student have social difficulties, and a none functional home, have to be seen and included.
"Mapping" we make a map of what we are dealing with, and contact the needed resources "Build up phase", give streghth and assets, make them feel important and seen. Reinforcement and support
"P" Left school at the age of 8, continued to study at home. Is diagnosed with AD/HD, and hyperactivity. Grows up on a farm, so he can get his energy out working half the day. He is tought by his parents and a teatcher who comes to their home twice a week. Finishes highschool one year earlier then expected, and starts his own firm, in his parents name at the age of 16. This is a very rare example, and is only succesful because both his parents worked at home.