Lectures for parents
The Office for Children, Youth and Generations organizes public and free lectures for parents and those interested in the "Parent-child today?!"-project.
Project details can be found here.
The lectures will start again in January 2020!
Here is the overview of lectures from 2019:
Communication with the child
Or: Why my child can’t hear me
Iris van den Hoeven, BA provides answers to the following questions:
- Why do some children listen to their parents at the first hint, while for some you cannot achieve anything even with the megaphone?
- How can I communicate with my child so that what I say also reaches them?
- How can I support and strengthen it in its problem-solving skills through the type of communication?
- What are the ways out of the curse and grouse trap??
- What are limits (are they good for?) And how should they be set?
- . and what was the consequences again?
Get involved in an exciting change of perspective and look forward to more ease and serenity in everyday upbringing. So that we can enjoy our children.
Thursday 04 April 2019, 7 p.m., Parish Hall of All Saints
Monday, April 8, 2019, 6:30 p.m., KG Integrative, Ing.-Etzel-Str. 71
Children safely on their own
As soon as children become school children, they have to cover certain distances on their own. This is good for the first and important for their development, but secondly it is often associated with an uneasy feeling for the parents. Iris van den Hoeven, BA provides information and explains questions such as:
- ?How can parents prepare their children so that they can travel safely and safely on their own??
- How can you protect and strengthen it and how do we unsettle and weaken our children??
- What situations should my child be prepared for and are there tricks and means that could help us during this time?
Friday, April 12, 2019, 5 p.m., KG Hötting-West, Franz-Baumann-Weg 10
How to avoid complaining, scolding and punishing >A lecture by the parents helps them to better understand and promote their children’s development, and to prevent and counteract behavioral problems.
Iris van den Hoeven, BA deals with questions and answers on the following areas:
- What causes problematic behavior in children, what are the most common “educational traps" and how to get around it?
- What are the options for resolving problem behavior that has already been recorded??
- What does competent action look like in difficult situations? Which steps have to be taken to get from a first intervention to a long-term problem solution?
Many scientifically based tips, tricks and food for thought help to make everyday parenting work easier and more rewarding.
Thursday, May 2nd, 2019, 3 p.m., KG Burghard-Breitner-Strasse, no. 20
Monday, May 6, 2019, 7 p.m., KG Pechegarten, Leopoldstrasse 43
Digital media already in kindergarten
The use and meaningfulness of digital media in kindergarten age are rightly strongly questioned. There are certainly ways in which new media can already be used in elementary education. It depends on the method! How do the media influence kindergarten children? What are the dangers and opportunities of digital media? What are the options for using new media at home or in kindergarten??
Monday, May 20, 2019, 7:30 p.m., KG Reichenau, Wörndlestr. 4
Single parent. What is good for you, me and us
More and more children are in so-called "Single-parent families" large. Far more parents regard themselves as single parents regardless of their official family status. Iris van den Hoeven, BA gives a lecture on questions such as "What does my child need? What do I need? What is good for both of us?"
Monday, June 24, 2019, 7 p.m., SH Angergasse, Hnr. 20 (This date has been postponed from May to June!)
Limits show us the way
Do we have to show our children limits? And if so, how and which ones? What makes setting limits a non-LIMITING way to encourage and support our children in their development? What does setting limits have to do with resilience (mental resilience) and self-care? And how can we pass on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s “Roots and Wings” to our children in everyday education? Iris van den Hoeven, BA provides answers to these questions as well as helpful tips and tricks!
Wednesday, March 20, 2019, 4 p.m., KG Reichenau-Süd, Prof-Martin-Spörr-Str. 4
Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 5:30 p.m., KG Sieglanger, Weingartnerstr. 26
Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 9:00 a.m., KG Innerkoflerstrasse, no. 9
Toolbox for everyday family life
Iris van den Hoeven speaks in the parents’ lecture about common little tips and practical suggestions to make everyday parenting easier. Topics are "Spoil" – what is the difference between loving upbringing and pampering? Setting the subject of limits, phases of defiance, sibling controversy and classic educational traps, which we often fall into unconsciously.
Enjoy an exciting lecture and find out what parents can do to help their children become happy adults.
Monday, June 17, 2019, 9:30 a.m., KG Pradl, Pembaurstrasse. 20 (This date has been postponed from May to June!)
Mobile phone, internet and PC in the children’s room
Computer games and the like are fun, relax, open up new living spaces for the children, and you can do a lot "learn", one hears again and again. But "how much, from when and what?" many parents wonder. Children are exposed to many new influences, especially when they start school. Cell phones are also used to exchange videos with violent content. Dr. in Karin Urban shows what parents can do to teach their children to use new media responsibly.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 6:30 p.m., SH Hötting-West, Franz-Baumann-Weg 10
Understand behavioral children
What do children want to tell us through "difficult" behaviors? Through their behavior, children show how they are doing psychologically. Fears of children, phases of defiance, separation difficulties from the loved one and other behaviors occur in the "normal" development. But when does one speak of "behavioral problems"? When does the child and his or her environment suffer from a certain behavior? MMag. Flora Papanthimou gives detailed answers.
Thursday, June 27, 2019, 6:30 p.m., SH O-Dorf, An-der-Lan-Str. 40
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