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1 The message must come through! Parents as a resource for there childerns learning

2 Sometimes it feels….

3 Benedikte Ask Skotte Five good reasons to work for better schools

4 Benedikte Ask Skotte Education: Practical farmer Been pig breeding with 80 sows and 400 piglets at the farm Cand.agro from The Royal. Veterinary and Agricultural University Vocational Educational training Agricultural Teacher Duties: School Chairman for 12 years at the small school (150 pupils) 4 years on the school board at high school (secondary school, - approximately 650 pupils)School Chairman from June Vice President of School and Society, Denmark President since 2008

5 What do we want? Children should be "built up" to a beautiful life with lots of opportunities, enjoyment and experiences They must learn to søg

6 Do you remember our school days? Remember it so close.... Parents' own experiences Benedikte

7 Homepage for the ministry of education

8 We have to talk about it in general!!!

9 Reseach: Conversation makes children better readers

10 Kindergarten Closely related to staff You meet the other children and other parents of children every day, when you deliver and pick up the kids Staff approach to working around children's wellbeing

11 Introduction to the school Workshop for parents and teachers 1.May 2.August 3.May

12 Parent / teacher workshops 1. Workshop: BEING TOGETHER 2. Workshop: COMMUNITY 3. Workshop: PARTNERSHIP

13 1. Workshop: BEING TOGETHER Togetherness - that the adults in the classroom teacher to know each other

14 School / home cooperation is a process where home and school from each of their assumptions - But equally -- trying to create a common result.

15 School / home cooperation

16 Presentation Name Mother / father.... Name of spouse / ex. We live.... The child's former preschool Child SFO / school (living / cluster) The child's hobbies Siblings: their age, whether they are here at the school Own knowledge of school Trade Own interests Has lived in the commune / are new in town

17 Presentation Know each other's names!

18 Group Task Why is it good that we learn to know each other ?

19 Group Task What can we use each other when our children go to Kindergarten class? 3. class? 6. class? 9. class?

20 Collaboration Communicating with each other!

21 What is a good school? A The school teaches students to read, write and count B The school gives students confidence and independence C The school teaches students to work in collaboration with other D Students will have homework for the 1st Class E Students will collaborate on solution of tasks and problems F The students are in the planning of teaching G Students will help to assess their work and set new goals H that school is a good and safe place for pupils The fact that students have respect for teachers J that teachers have respect for students K teaching ensures that the brightest pupils are challenges L to teaching ensures that the weakest students are successful M that parents can make demands on school N parents are in discussion with the school development O that the parents have a dialogue about teaching P That there is good cooperation between educators and teachers Q The fact that teachers work together on students' learning R To the teachers work is appreciated by management S that the school has a reputation for being a school in developing T The school has a reputation for providing a solid professional education U that all students daily opportunities to work with IT V The school's physical environment allows for various forms of teaching X The pedagogy of the school and SFO'en mutually supportive Y SFO'en the school and coordinates the activities Z involvement of parents about their child's education Klasse: _____

22 Parent / teacher workshops Parent / teacher workshops 2. Workshop: COMMUNITY Community - all have respon- sibility for the community 3. Workshop: PARTNERSHIP Partnership - to be a partner requires effort and agreements on how home and school share tasks

23 Examples of ”Leaning in the family” - parents as ressource for there childerens learning What can parents do, how can they do it and do they know how important they are?

24 Playing games

25 What children learn?

26 Danish National Competence Accounts – 10 competences of the future - Social competences  to create sustainable relations and understand feelings (your own and fellow beings) Literacy competences  to understand and exercise written information, IT, language, arithmetic Learning competences  to acquire new knowledge – to understand how to learn (learning styles) Communication competences  ot create communicative contact, understanding and effect on recipients Self management  to accomplish business, leisure and family tasks in the light of common strategies Democracy competences  to affect decisions on social and community concerns Nature and environmental competences  added values to sustainable solutions through knowledge and motivation Intercultural competences  to understand cultural complexity and manage open-minded dialog with other cultures Creativity and innovation competences  to accomplish renewals within one’s knowledge- and practice domains Health competences  to preserve, give rise to and improve one’s health

27 Theoretical Danish National Competence Accounts – 10 competences of the future - Multiple intelligences Howard Gardner etc. When you play a game Social competencesInterpersonal/social intelligenceRespect for rules, being together, tolerance, competition Literacy competencesLinguistic intelligenceRead instructions, plays with general knowledge Learning competencesMultiple intelligences Intrapersonal intelligence Trying something new, being part of the game, trust in yourself Communication competencesLinguistic/interpersonal intelligenceTalk together, try to agree, Self managementIntrapersonal intelligenceAccept other players, learn to loose Democracy competencesInterpersonal intelligenceTry to find common understanding of the rules, accept of others potential Nature and environmental competences Naturalist intelligenceTrivial knowledge for certain games Intercultural competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence Intrapersonal intelligence Being together when you actual do things together Creative and innovation competences Multiple intelligence Spatial/musical intelligence Taking a position to win Health- and kinesthetic competences Body/kinesthetic intelligenceThink combinations how to move buttons in game

28 The effekt of parents playing games with there childern The effekt of parents playing games with there childern When you play a game your child learn: Respect for rules, being together, tolerance, competition Read instructions, plays with general knowledge Trying something new, being part of the game, trust in yourself Talk together, try to agree, Accept other players, learn to loose Try to find common understanding of the rules, accept of others potential Trivial knowledge for certain games Being together when you actual do things together Taking a position to win Think combinations how to move buttons in game

29 Recommandation: ”Sequence” Recommandation: ”Sequence”

30 Games you make with your kids

31 When you make your own game… Danish National Competence Accounts – 10 competences of the future - Multiple intelligences Howard Gardner etc. When you make your own game... Social competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence? Literacy competencesLinguistic intelligence? Learning competencesMultiple intelligences Intrapersonal intelligence ? Communication competencesLinguistic/interpersonal intelligence? Self managementIntrapersonal intelligence? Democracy competencesInterpersonal intelligence? Nature and environmental competences Naturalist intelligence? Intercultural competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence Intrapersonal intelligence ? Creative and innovation competences Multiple intelligence Spatial/musical intelligence ? Health- and kinesthetic competences Bodily/kinesthetic) intelligence?

32 Cooking

33 What do the child learn when cooking … Danish National Competence Accounts – 10 competences of the future - Multiple intelligences Howard Gardner etc. Cooking... Social competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence? Literacy competencesLinguistic intelligence? Learning competencesMultiple intelligences Intrapersonal intelligence ? Communication competencesLinguistic/interpersonal intelligence? Self managementIntrapersonal intelligence? Democracy competencesInterpersonal intelligence? Nature and environmental competences Naturalist intelligence? Intercultural competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence Intrapersonal intelligence ? Creative and innovation competences Multiple intelligence Spatial/musical intelligence ? Health- and kinesthetic competences Bodily/kinesthetic) intelligence?

34 Work or play at the computer

35 Having a world map on the wall

36 Table linen on the table

37 Car repair

38 Follow up

39 Hunting and other hobbies

40 Each child has its roll

41 Music in community - siblings

42 Planning holidays

43 A walk in the wood

44 Traditions and challenges

45 Sports and games

46 What do the child learn when…? Danish National Competence Accounts – 10 competences of the future - Multiple intelligences Howard Gardner etc. When.... Social competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence? Literacy competencesLinguistic intelligence? Learning competencesMultiple intelligences Intrapersonal intelligence ? Communication competencesLinguistic/interpersonal intelligence? Self managementIntrapersonal intelligence? Democracy competencesInterpersonal intelligence? Nature and environmental competences Naturalist intelligence? Intercultural competencesInterpersonal/social intelligence Intrapersonal intelligence ? Creative and innovation competences Multiple intelligence Spatial/musical intelligence ? Health- and kinesthetic competences Bodily/kinesthetic) intelligence?

47 Teachers can guide parents Recognize parents as a resource for their children's learning Be the “driving force” in the community in and arround the class See opportunities to involve parents Start cooperation with: Dear parents. Thank you that I must be allowed to be a teacher for your children. I have a good education and know how to do the best, but I can not do this alone - will you help me?

48 What can parents do? Perspective on what is taught in school! The teacher don´t have the time for every child…. Talk with the children! –About TV and see TV together, about there job, about the school….. –When they go shopping with the child, when the cook, when they make the garden, when they clean, when they…..

49 The idea is to give you...

50 Thank you for your attention Thank you for your attention


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