Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA Academic Staffbarbara.firstname.lastname@example.org T: +43 1 606 68 77-3240 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3239 Room: S.4.24 Kelsenstraße 2 1030 WienPersonal WebspaceLectures 2021/22Social Work> Facilitation and support of children's educat… Social Management in Early Education and Care moreFacilitation and support of children's educational processes SELector: Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA1.5SWS3ECTSLecture contentsThe course begins with a look at your own learning process in order to work out what prerequisites are required to stimulate learning processes. In addition to beneficial learning prerequisites, tools are also required to assess development. In the course, you will learn about theories and a method of observation that enable you to think about development and development needs as well as to understand the importance of the interaction processes between child and educator. For the course, observations of children in their interaction with the pedagogue and other children are to be written using the “Work Discussion” method developed in London. Together, the protocols are used to work out how it can be understood, why children act the way they do, and the specific meaning of the action or intervention of the educator. On the basis of such a reflective assessment of the child's behavior and inner experience, the child can subsequently be supported in its development and educational processes can be stimulated.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Timely writing of a "Work Discussion" protocol and its interpretation in the sense of the knowledge learned in the course as a thesis. Dedicated participation in the work processes in the course.Teaching methods- Lecture on developmental theories, - Creation of work discussion protocols, reading of texts on various developmental theories and observation methods - Discussion of observation protocols from one's own practice ("Work Discussion protocols) and the resulting reflection of one's own actions.LanguageGerman> Diversity - dealing with diversity and foreignness… Social Management in Early Education and Care moreDiversity - dealing with diversity and foreignness ILVLector: Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA1.5SWS3ECTSLecture contents- Dealing with the theory and history of equality and difference - Concepts of intercultural, interreligious and gender-sensitive pedagogy - Intercultural pedagogy and inclusion education in ECEC - Theories on the linguistic development and support of children with a non-German first language - Processes and strategies in dealing with strangeness - Exercise for self-reflection and biography workAssessment methodsContinuous assessment participation in the work processes in the course, group work, individual work, written thesis.Teaching methodspresentations, teyt study,discussion, reflecionLanguageGerman> Principles of collegial consultation ILV Social Management in Early Education and Care morePrinciples of collegial consultation ILVLector: Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsThe attitude of the listener and questioner, which is important for the process of collegial counseling, is theoretically worked out and practiced in simple counseling settings within the group. The theoretical basis for this is represented by various advisory and observation methods, which should convey the competence for peer counseling in the merger and can be used in practice depending on the situation. The term "learning organization" is viewed in the context of peer counseling and checked for the possibilities of this learning within an organization.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment active involvement in the course, written reflection on your own questioning attitude in conversation situations, participation in a peer consultation and written reflectionTeaching methodsinputs, group work, small practice settings, work discussion, self reflectionLanguageGerman> Living conditions of children and their families S… Social Management in Early Education and Care moreLiving conditions of children and their families SELector: Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA1.5SWS3ECTSLecture contentsIn the course, the students deal with the worlds of children using case studies from practice. In particular, the various lifeworlds such as poverty, migration, impairment, illness of parents, violence, divorce, but also developmental considerations on trauma and language development of children and the related stresses on children, parents and employees * inside in kindergarten. In combination with theory, the attempt is made to grasp the meaning of these specific living environments for children, parents and teams and professional options for action are reflexively developed.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment - Active participation in the course - Small group work - To write a thesis in a small group A total of 10 points can be achieved. The grade results from the following notation: 0-5.5 pts. Not enough 6-6.5 pts. Sufficient 7-8 points. Satisfactory 8.5-9 pts. Good 9.5-10 pts. Very goodTeaching methodsLecture, small group work, text study, working with case material in small groups and in plenary, self-reflection.LanguageGerman> Occupational health promotion and prevention ILV Social Management in Early Education and Care moreOccupational health promotion and prevention ILVLector: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wilfried Datler, Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA1.5SWS3ECTSLecture contentsResearch shows the connection between health and, above all, the psychological stress experienced by the educational specialists in daycare centers (cf. Viernieckel, Voss 2012). The mental stress is related to the primary task of accompanying, educating and supporting the children and their families in the elementary education facility. The institutional challenges exist at all levels - specialist, management, organization and should be able to be recognized and reflected on with regard to mental health on the one hand. In this sense, the course takes a look at the institutional structures based on case material from one's own institution, so that the students are enabled on the one hand to do justice to the primary task of the institution and, on the other hand, preventively in terms of their (own) mental health (and those of employees) to take effect.Assessment methodsFinal exam Participation in the course, written thesisTeaching methodsTeaching inputs, Talks and Group work, work with case materialLanguageGerman> Individual – Group - Organisation SE Social Management in Early Education and Care moreIndividual – Group - Organisation SELector: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wilfried Datler, Mag.a Barbara Lehner, MA1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsDuring the seminar, the participants are presented with selected concepts that describe groups and organizational processes. Against the background of these concepts, examples from the practice of elementary education institutions or organizations are discussed in order to sensitize the participants to a differentiated understanding of the connection between individual psychodynamics and psychosocial processes of groups or organizations. Particular importance is attached to the role of management.Assessment methodsContinuous assessment Continuous participation in the plenum and in small groups during the seminar times, 2 written papers on given questions (approx. 7 pages in total)Teaching methodslecture, text study, Processing case material from elementary pedagogical practiceLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Barbara Lehner written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.