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Preparatory notes[edit | edit source]

Structure[edit | edit source]

The links below can be used to make notes for the parent education course following the structure of kess-erziehen or Starke Eltern - Starke Kinder. The final structure of the course to be written has not yet been determined.

The course will have a focus on intercultural competence to make it appropriate for the OLPC laptop

kess-erziehen (Example)
  1. See the child - recognize basic social needs
  2. Understand behavior patterns - react appropriately
  3. Encourage children - allow children to experience the consequences of their own actions
  4. Resolve conflicts - solve problems
  5. Promote autonomy - develop cooperation
Starke Eltern - Starke Kinder (Example)
  1. Consider values and educational goals: What is important for me in upbringing and education?
  2. Find your identity as educators: Do I know myself and my role as educator?
  3. Strengthen self-confidence to support the development of the child: How do I listen and encourage my child?
  4. Determine clear communication rules in the family: How do I express my needs?
  5. Empower to recognize problems and to solve problems: How do we solve problems in the family?

Literature[edit | edit source]

Programs[edit | edit source]

  • Parent Effectiveness Training is based on person-centered psychotherapy
    • Gordon, Thomas (October 2000). Parent Effectiveness Training: The Proven Program for Raising Responsible Children (1st rev. ed.). New York: Three Rivers Press. ISBN 0609806939. 
  • Kess-erziehen is based on individual psychology and the work of Rudolf Dreikurs
    • Horst, Christof; Erika Maaß-Keibel; Rudolf Mazzolla; Regina Raulfs (2005). Erziehen mit Kess – Der Elternkurs (in German) (1. ed.). München: Droemer/Knaur. ISBN 3426667681. 
  • Starke Eltern - Starke Kinder is based on humanistic psychology
    • Honkanen-Schoberth, Paula (2003). Starke Kinder brauchen starke Eltern: der Elternkurs des Deutschen Kinderschutzbundes (in German) (2. ed.). Freiburg: Urania. ISBN 3332013467. 
  • Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) is based on individual psychology
    • Dinkmeyer, Don; Gary D. McKay; Don C Dinkmeyer, Jr (August 2007). The Parent's Handbook: Systematic Training for Effective Parenting. Impact Pub. ISBN 0979554209. 

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