Social pedagogy is developing in the UK as a relationship-based approach to working with children and young people, and increasingly other groups of people.
We hear stories of how relationships are transformed, outcomes are improved and staff are motivated to give of their best. But we also hear how the organisations in which we work are not aligned to social pedagogy approaches, how they focus on risk rather than opportunity, process rather than people, and planning rather than transformational change.
This webinar will consider ways of thinking about organisations, their routines such as business planning, strategic planning and organisational restructuring, that go with the grain of social pedagogy, and help to create the conditions in which relationship based approaches can thrive.
22/11/2017 - 23/11/2017
12:30 - 13:30
Free / open to all
This webinar will be recorded, but only SPPA members will have access to the recording.