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Kodomo Minna ProjectEEducational Lecture in Nishinomiya
gPrevention for Behavioral Problems ~Providing systems to educational fields~h

In the past decade, the rates for truant, bullying, and behavioral problems in children have been remaining high. The educational field has responded to these issues in various ways such as placing school counselors and school social workers.@How we can improve the effects of these measures and how we should face the preventions for behavioral problems as well as what systems should be developed to maintain these measures and preventions will be discussed by covering western advanced cases at this time.

Date:

2016 3/12 Sat.
Opening at 1pm, Starting at 1:30pm

Place:

Mukogawa Womenfs University Central Campus (6-46, Ikebiraki cho, Nishinomiya City)
Institute for Research Conference Room on First Floor

Eligible Participants: Teachers and Other Educators, and Mukogawa Womenfs University Graduate School Students
in Clinical Education Major

Free of Charge
Regarding the capacity of the room, the number of participants is limited. (Capacity: 70 seats)

Contact Info : Office for Kodomo Minna Project : info@kodomo-minna.jp
Website : http://www.kodomo-minna.jp

gStudy Group about Child Development for Professionals Working with Children in Nishinomiyah

The CSCD has a role of study group for professionals working with children, such as public health nurse and child care workers. Seminars and discussions of various topics concerning child development are taken place on a monthly basis.

Main theme in fiscal year 2013 is physical development in the period of infant, considering effective supports for kids who awkwardly use their body after their period of infant.

Seminars will be held on 5th October, 14th December, 1st February, and 8th March in fiscal year2013. Application is necessary to join a seminar. If you are interested in, please get in touch with us. (Applicants should be professionals working with children in Nishinomiya city or neighborhood.)





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