INCLUSION AND GESTALT PEDAGOGY ‒ GESTALT ORIENTED COUNSELLING OF MULTI-PROFESSIONAL TEAMS

Authors

  • Link, Pierre-Carl B.A., M.A., research assistant, Academic Project Inclusion, Chair of Special Education V – Education for People with Emotional and Behavioural Disorders, Faculty of Humanities, University of Wuerzburg (Germany).

Keywords:

Gestalt pedagogy, Gestalt oriented counselling, multi-professional teams, inclusion, humanistic pedagogy

Abstract

Last year, the 'Gestaltpädagogische Vereinigung (GPV)' oriented its 6th European Conference under the working title 'Learning in diversity - together, individually, inclusively' in Hannover (Germany). At the same time, among other things, within the scope of the conference, it was possible to discuss Gestalt pedagogy on the basis of Annedore Prengel's lecture 'Inclusive pedagogy and personally meaningful learning' as a possible approach, which places the individual at the centre of things and with it, incorporates aspects which, in our view, embody what makes the inclusive pedagogy of diversity necessary: attentiveness to the fit between the individual and the system, dealing with heterogeneity, recognition and respect in terms of sustainability and life experience. In so doing, heterogeneity represents the task and condition of Gestalt pedagogical studies in the 21st century (cf. Bürmann 2015 31 et seqq.; for this, cf. Kienzl 2015 103 et seq.).

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Published

15-04-2016

How to Cite

Link, Pierre-Carl. (2016). INCLUSION AND GESTALT PEDAGOGY ‒ GESTALT ORIENTED COUNSELLING OF MULTI-PROFESSIONAL TEAMS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(4). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/212