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Professor Dr. Joachim Broecher

 

University of Flensburg

 

Department for the Education of Learners with Emotional, Social and Behavioral Needs (Institute of Special Education) >

Auf dem Campus 1a, D-24943 Flensburg, Germany; joachim.broecher@uni-flensburg.de; Tel. 0461-805-2686

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Projects

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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