Levels in relation building

Levels in relation building

This model can be used to increase the teachers conciousness about his own relations towards pupils. The three first levels are positive levels. Level 4 ( Intimate) is more contradictive and the teachers should be aware. PROFESSIONAL: Where the content of the...
Teacher’s relational competence: 10 steps

Teacher’s relational competence: 10 steps

The ability to examine how the student’s behavior influence you and your feelings. The ability to see their own strengths and qualities as well as challenges in meeting with this kind of students. The ability to understand / read the student’s expression...
Resources to be used in R.E.C. training

Resources to be used in R.E.C. training

We want to describe the resources that we believe the key aspects of training, aspects that highlight developmental dimension of training and strengths. The first is the systemic attitude of teachers: every teacher feels part of a whole and tries to find a way to...
Critical aspects in R.E.C. training

Critical aspects in R.E.C. training

We have identified 3 aspects that define the complexity of the training discourse. How the whole system takes advantage of the training: this point expresses the dimension of the effectiveness of the training intervention in terms of direct beneficiaries, teachers,...
Objectives achieved in R.E.C. training

Objectives achieved in R.E.C. training

What goals we believe we have achieved to date the first is the Awareness of teachers of the systemic nature of change: teachers have developed the need to extend their change to the school system and school culture; the second, The creation of a climate of confidence...
Reflections on training R.E.C.

Reflections on training R.E.C.

One of the aspects that we consider important to highlight is the difference that emerges in the different training groups in the development of the training proposal. Each group expresses the training needs located, linked to the scholastic context and the group...