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  • 9 February 2010

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  • 1. Presentatie titel Rotterdam, 00 januari 2007 Hogeschool Rotterdam a university of applied sciences Rotterdam, February 2010
  • 2.  
  • 3. A Rotterdam institution
    • Responding to diversity
    • The student population is a reflection of the diversity in the environment:
      • Intake activities for specific target groups
      • tailored study paths
      • specific support during the programme
      • flexibility and options.
  • 4. A Rotterdam institution
    • A role in the region (Outside In & Inside Out)
    • Active role for outside world of work in course programmes
    • Active contribution to the knowledge infrastructure of region
      • problems from practice, as starting point for learning
      • placements and dual sections of the programme
      • thesis work
      • guest tutors & programme committees
      • lectureships, external experts and knowledge networks
      • contract education.
  • 5. Many course programmes on offer
    • A multi-sectoral university with 11 institutes, among them:
    • The School of Education (IVL):
    • Teacher Education: primary schools (PABO) Teacher Education: secondary schools (LERO)
    • The School of Social Work (ISO):
    • four different programmes
  • 6. School of Social Work / ISO
    • Four different course programmes, namely:
    • CMV (Cultural Social Work & Community Work)
    • MWD (Social Work and Social Services)
    • Pedagogiek (Pedagogical Work)
    • SPH (Social Educational Care Work)
    • And a general orientation year, preparing for one of the above-mentioned programmes
  • 7. Four sites in central Rotterdam
  • 8. Museumpark
  • 9.  
  • 10. International Class programme
    • Result of cooperation between the School of Education and the School of Social Work
    • Coordinators from the School of Education:
    • Els Fonville
    • Janneke Verloop – Meijer
    • Coordinators from the School of Social Work
    • Ester Oosterveen
    • Anja Stofberg
  • 11. Rotterdam, a multicultural metropolis
  • 12. Six Learning Tracks
    • Theories of Education & Development
    • Intercultural Toolbox
    • Global Citizenship
    • Group based Project Assignment
    • Practical Work / Field Work Visits
    • Dutch Classes
  • 13. Features of the I C programme
    • A dialogue based classroom
    • A cross disciplinary approach
    • A balance between theoretical, methodical and practical courses
    • Enhancing thoughtful reflection
    • An innovative approach
    • A positive classroom atmosphere
  • 14. We hope
    • you will try to be open minded and
    • see things from different perspectives
  • 15. We hope
    • Each one of you will feel included and
    • help each other
  • 16. Please remember
    • Feel free to ask us in case you have any
  • 17.