E-learning advanced training on the topic: Shaping education - recognising talents

How can educational processes in nurseries and primary schools be optimally designed and the talents of children be discovered and promoted?

Answers are given by the e-learning programme "BEB - Bildungsbewegungen von Kinder entdecken und begleiten" of the Lower Saxony Institute for Early Childhood Education and Development (nifbe). This e-learning programme is a pilot programme and is currently still free of charge. It can be completed with a certificate.

Diagnosis, dialogue, development and competence

In e-learning advanced training, the focus is on the pedagogical processes of diagnosis, dialogue, development and competence that are central to educational design and the promotion of giftedness:

  • How to diagnose exactly?
  • How does the dialogue between parents and pedagogical specialists work?
  • In what way can educational and development processes in the family and in the organisation be supported?
  • How can educational processes with children be designed and individual talents be promoted in the best possible way?
  • Which networks are useful and where can I find new links?
  • How can educational processes with children be designed and individual talents be promoted in the best possible way?

Free use in pilot phase

The e-learning programme developed by the nifbe research centre for the promotion of giftedness is aimed at pedagogical specialists in day-care centres and primary schools. In terms of theory and practice, it shows the various subject areas in the promotion of giftedness and the gifted. In a pilot phase, it can be used free of charge by pedagogical specialists from elementary and primary schools and concluded with a nifbe certificate.

Registration for the e-learning program via www.nifbe.de

Über die Autorin/den Autor
Diana Saft ist staatlich anerkannte Heilpädagogin und Heilerziehungspflegerin. Sie sammelte bisher Erfahrungen in einem Seniorenheim, in einem Wohnheim für Menschen mit Behinderungen, in einem integrativen Kindergarten und in einem deutschen Kindergarten in den USA.

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