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Professor Dr. Joachim Broecher

 

University of Flensburg

 

Institute of Special Education

Department for the Education of Learners with Emotional, Social and Behavioral Needs >

 

Auf dem Campus 1a, D-24943 Flensburg, Germany

joachim.broecher@uni-flensburg.de

Tel. 0461-805-2686

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The photo shows J.B. leaning against the rock of fortune in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe´s garden in the Weimar Ilm valley. Here, a huge ball is sitting on a square, both made from stone. The square is supposed to symbolize all things which are stable in our lives and the ball stands for continuous change. This ball might be looked at also as a symbol for the planet which transports us during our journey through the endless universe, our planet earth which has seen many challenging things done by us or our forebearers. Time to embrace our planet and give it a warm hug.

Metatheoretical Perspectives

on the Research in the Field of Educating Students with Emotional and Social Needs

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Greenhouse Berlin

Learning from the Creative City for the Building of Innovative School Cultures

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Learning across Generations

Connecting Autobiographical Reflection with Adults, Community Learning, and Civic Education in Schools

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Life-World and Didactics

Teaching Students with Social and Emotional Needs through Hands-on Learning, Reflecting on Their Life Experiences, and Building a Basis for Curricular Learning

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Coaching

and Its Role for the Building of Innovative School Cultures and for the Development of Transformative Leadership

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Creative Arts

Teaching Students with Social and Emotional Needs through Play, Artistic Expression, and Hands-on Learning

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School-Wide Positive Behavior Support in German Schools

The Challenge of Knowledge Politics, Education Cultures and Teacher Perspectives

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The Key Role of School Culture

From the Critical Analysis of Problematic School Cultures to the Development of Schools as Learning Organizations

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Teaching for Social Justice

Emotional and Social Needs of Children and Youth in the Context of School, Culture, and Society

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The Power of Reflection

Learning Experiences and Professional Development of Teachers Who Are Working in Challenging Fields

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Stendal Study Materials

Pedagogical Knowledge Compiled for the Applied Childhood Studies

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Internal Exclusion

The Responsible-Thinking-Process (Trainingroom Program) in Germany´s Schools: A Critical Evaluation

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German-American

University Partnerships as Active Learning Space

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Travel and Learning

How Children and Their Parents Learn through Travel

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International Summer Camps

Working with Highly Motivated Youth in Germany and in the United States of America

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