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  1. SAFE ENVIRONMENTS AND QUALITY IN HUMAN RELATIONS:POSITIVE PEER CULTURE GÜNTHER OPP MARTIN-LUTHER-UNIVERSITY HALLE-WITTENBERG QUALITY IN ALTERNATIVE CARE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PRAGUE 2011

  2. CIRCLE OF DISCOURAGE (Hardy & Laszloffy 2007) EXPERIENCES OF DEVALUATION HELPLESSNESS AND HATE LOSS OF COMMUNITY IGNORANCE OF ENVIRONEMENT

  3. PROTECTIVE FACTORS IN THE CHILD • EASY TEMPERAMENT • ATTENTION AND IMPULS CONTROL • ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE • (Reading) • EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS • INTERNAL BELIEVES OF CONTROL

  4. SPECIFICITY OF PROTECTIVE PROCESSES • INTENSITY AND CHRONICITY • CUMULATION OF MULTIPLE RISK • SENSIBILITY FOR RISKS • AGE AND GENDER • MICRO- AND MACROSYSTEMIC IMPACT • COGNITIVE PROCESSING

  5. SPECIFICITY OF PROTECTIVE PROCESSES • INTENSITY AND CHRONICITY • CUMULATION OF MULTIPLE RISK • SENSIBILITY FOR RISKS • AGE AND GENDER • MICRO- AND MACROSYSTEMIC IMPACT • COGNITIVE PROCESSING

  6. PROCESS OF RESILIENCE • RESILIENCE PRACTICE • RESILIENCE ECOLOGY • RELATIONAL COMPETENCIES • (Caring Relations) CULTURE OF RESILIENCE

  7. POSITIVE PEER CULTURE

  8. STRUCTURE & ROUTINE • REVIEW • ACTUAL PROBLEMS AND TOPICS • PROBLEM SELECTION • PROBLEM DISCUSSION • SUMMARY • INDIVIDUAL FEED BACK

  9. RULES • WE TREAT EACH OTHERS RESPECTFUL • WE DO NOT INTERUPT EACH OTHERS • WHAT WE DISCUSS IN THE GROUP IS • NOT GOING OUTSIDE

  10. PRINCIPLES OF POSITIVE PEERCULTURE(Vorrath & Brendtro 1987) • Giving versus receiving • Power of peers versus power of adults • Trust versus confrontation • The reversal of responsibility • Here and now versus than and there • Conflict as an impuls for learning versus conflicts • as problems

  11. www.positive-peerkultur.de

  12. (Brendtro, Brokenleg & Van Bockeren 2002)