Menntavísindasvið og rannsóknastofan Lífshættir barna og ungmenna bjóða upp á þriggja daga námskeið með Dr. Heather Cline frá Minnesotaháskóla í Bandaríkjunum um Reflective Dialogue Parent Education Design (RDPED). Námskeiðið er ætlað uppeldis- og foreldrafræðurum og öðrum fagaðilum sem vinna með börnum og fjölskyldum þeirra.
RDPED er aðferð sem notuð hefur verið með hópi foreldra með það að markmiði að hvetja til ígrundunar, þjálfa eiginleikann að setja sig í spor annarra og styrkja samskipti foreldris og barns.
Námskeiðið heitir á ensku Using reflective dialogue videos and teaching methods in parent education.
Hvenær: 13.-15. ágúst 2019.
Hvar: Í húsi Menntavísindasviðs Háskóla Íslands v/ Stakkahlíð.
Markhópur: Uppeldis- og foreldrafræðarar og aðrir fagaðilar sem vinna með börnum og fjölskyldum þeirra.
Umsjónarkennari: Hrund Þórarins Ingudóttir, lektor á Menntavísindasviði.
Kennari: Dr. Heather Cline.
Skráningarfrestur: 6. ágúst 2019.
Námskeiðsgjald: 55.000 kr.
Námskeiðið fer fram á ensku.
The Reflective Dialogue Parent Education Design (RDPED) is a field-tested approach to facilitating group-based parent education specifically designed to develop parents' reflective capacity, improve perspective-taking skills, and strengthen parent-child interaction quality. The RDPED is founded in the belief that parenting is a developmental growth process requiring deeper processes and experiences beyond simple exposure to information and skill training to strengthen parent-child relationships. This 3-day training will help parent educators and other child and family professionals gain an understanding of and competence in the RDPED to facilitate parent development and strengthen parent-child interaction.
Námskeiðið er skipulagt sem staðbundið. Kennsla fer fram í samræðum og gagnvirkum fyrirlestrum. Námið er auk þess byggt upp á lestri, hópvinnu og verkefnavinnu.
- Understand that goals of parent and family education include promoting parent growth and development along with teaching parents knowledge and skills,
- recognize that strengthening parent-child relationships is foundational to all parent and family education,
- become familiar with the Reflective Dialogue approach to parent and family education,
- experience and employ reflective dialogue teaching methods in groups including use of videotaped cases, range and depth of experience, and open-ended questioning, and
- formulate ideas about how to integrate elements of the Reflective Dialogue approach into one's everyday practice in a variety of work with parents and families.
The RDPED class is 3-day training from August 13 to 15, 2019 at Menntavísindasvið, Stakkahlíð, room E-301
Days 1 & 2 will run 9:00am to 4:00pm
Day 3 will run 9:00am to 12:00pm
Námskeiðið er á námsleiðinni Foreldrafræðsla og uppeldisráðgjöf. Námsleiðin er skipulögð í samstarfi við Minnesota háskóla, University of Minnesota (UM), College of Education and Human Development (http://www.cehd.umn.edu/fsos/) sem hefur verið í fararbroddi um menntun á sviði foreldrafræðslu og uppeldisráðgjafar í Bandaríkjunum.
- Introduction to use of the Reflective Dialogue Parent Education Design (RDPED) approach to parent education through viewing and discussing RDPED videotaped contrast sets
- Exploration of Newberger’s stages of parental social-cognitive awareness and their implications for parent education
- Overview of theory underlying RDPED
- Experience and analysis of Phase I RDPED teaching methods – reflective dialogue and scaffolding and integration of the three central features of RDPED into these teaching methods: (1) video cases, (2) exposure to a wide range of in-depth experiences, and (3) open-ended questioning
- Experience and analysis of Phase 2 RDPED teaching methods and processes through experiencing a broader and deeper range of video cases and reflective dialogue related to these experiences along with concept mapping to facilitate parent learning across multiple classes.
- Experience and analysis of Phase 3 RDPED teaching methods and processes through class demonstration and practice of hourglass questioning, including the use of stimulated recall interviews with parent participants and their child(ren).
- Application of RDPED teaching methods and processes to a variety of settings and contexts. Each participant will focus on adapting the RDPED approach to support their own work environment, goals, resources, and population.
|Dr. Heather Cline is a lecturer for the parent and family education program in the Department of Family Social Science at the University of Minnesota. She teaches courses on parent-child interaction and parent development, as well as curriculum and teaching methods in parent education, and coordinates the student teaching field experience required for Minnesota’s teaching license in parent and family education. She has been a co-teacher for the University of Iceland-University of Minnesota collaboration since 2015. Her research interests focus on designing learning environments to promote adult development, with parents directly and in preparing parent educators.|