Inclusive Routines-Based Language Learning (university certificate)
At a glance
- Study programme
- Inclusive Routines-Based Language Learning (university certificate)
- Social Work
- Type of programme
- Continuing university education
- Standard Duration
- 5 month
- Start of study programme
18 October 2019
- Admission Requirements
- Educational training or educational study programme
- Language of instructions
- Application Deadline
- 13 September
- Specific Features
- The content of the programme is based on the "Sprach-Kitas" initiative introduced by the German government to promote language learning in children's day-care centres. Participation is subject to a fee.
What Is This Programme About?
How can inclusive routines-based language learning be competently and usefully implemented in children's day-care centres for the youngest but also slightly older children? What advantages and opportunities does it offer children with special needs or who learn German as a second language? How can education professionals teach teams and parents the inclusive methods and goals of routines-based language learning? The "Inclusive Routines-Based Language Learning" programme focuses on these and other questions and is based on concepts developed for the "Sprach-Kitas" initiative.
Why Choose This Programme?
For all educational professionals who work with children aged between one and six years.
How is the programme structured?
The programme consists of six modules. These take place at Fulda University Of Applied Sciences on Fridays from 2 to 6 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 6 pm. At the end of the programme, students prepare a project and take a final oral examination. All modules can be booked individually.
Where does it lead?
Language experts are professionals for language education in children's day-care facilities. They are committed to routines-based language learning opportunities and increased cooperation between educators, parents and families.