We have joined forces with Ventilen and now offer a free workshop that focuses on your teaching.
The workshop will strengthen your qualifications for actively tackling loneliness among students by reinforcing their sense of belonging and by creating inclusive communities.
What can you expect?
The workshop is held online and lasts 2x2 hours. We will alternate between 1) presentations by experts on loneliness, welfare and community supported education, 2) short reflective exercises, and 3) longer work-sessions in which the participants work on developing their own teaching practice.
The participants will produce a list of ideas on community-supported interventions that are easy to implement immediately and customised to your situation. After the workshop, we will send the complete set of ideas to all of the participants.
For the workshop we will be using the platform Zoom. If you are a larger group of employees that wish to participate, please write to email@example.com.
Prior to the workshop, we need to collect the participants’ email-addresses in order to send out links. The maximal number of participants is 30. If you are less than 30 participants, we preserve the right to add participants from other educations. It is also possible to register individually or as a smaller group. You may find dates and number of places available below. In case not enough people have registered, we preserve the right to cancel the workshop. The minimum amount is 15 participants.
You can register by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org..
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Marie Linde Husby.
Below you can see, when we have scheduled the workshops - and if there is room for you and your colleagues. We will update the page regularly.
Friday August 20 from 9.00-1.30 In English Vacant seats: 15
Monday August 23 9.00-1.30 Vacant seats: 1
Thursday August 26 from 9.00 - 1.30 Vacant seats: 7
More workshops will be added continually.
The organisations behind the workshop
The Student Counselling Service offers social work support and psychological aid to students, who are not thriving, and supports higher educations in preventing dissatisfaction among students. And Ventilen Danmark is a voluntary social organisation that works with preventing and remedying loneliness among young people in Denmark.