Get inspiration to create a common picture of the new strengthened learning plan
Through immersion in the work with learning plans, a common direction is created for the institution, and the process of anchoring the new curricula becomes a fun part of everyday life.
Through immersion in the work with learnings plans, a common direction is created for the institution, and the process of anchoring the new curricula becomes fun and alive part of everyday life. A method that allows employees’ individual resources to unfold in the curriculum work.
Rikke Rosengren, founder and general manager of Rudolf Steiner kindergarten and nursery Børneøen Bonsai, teaches how to develop learnings plan in day care. Book a course for an educational day or for staff meetings, parent meetings and board meetings.
The event must be booked well in advance and the idea is that the content and process are tailored to the individual day care institution.
Write to email@example.com or call Rikke on 23807464 for more information and to get a non-binding offer.
Rikke has worked with learning plans since 2004 and sees a new strengthened curricula as a method of creating learning and common direction among the staff for the benefit of the children’s everyday lives. Learning plans require structure and motivation to strengthen the pedagogical work with the children in a natural and professional way, where presence for the child is at the center.
Rikke has been the leader for 20 years of a staff group consisting of 30 educators and assistants. Experience shows that the learning plan have the potential to provide strong unity and professional pride for employees who feel better dressed and proud to lift together. The pedagogical will be central to the house, at the same time as the individual employee can take ownership and flourish in his or her work with the children in everyday life.
Rikke has a diploma in management, and her thesis revolved around the implementation of the new strengthened learning plan.