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TITLE OF GOOD PRACTICE:

Prevention in a team (PiT)

KEYWORDS:

Bullying and violence prevention

GOOD PRACTICE TYPOLOGY:

National Project

TARGET GROUPS:

Pupils from 5th to 10th grade

WORKING GROUP COORDINATING THE INITIATIVE:

For example:
- Deeskalationsteam POLTRAIN – Institut für schulische Fortbildung und schulpsychologische Beratung Rheinland-Pfalz
- PiT – Hessen Prävention im Team

COUNTRY WHERE IT TOOK PLACE:

Germany

LANGUAGE OF THE REVIEW:

English

DEFINITION OF TARGET GROUP:

Parents, Teachers, Young People, School Directors.

DESCRIPTION OF THE GOOD PRACTICE:

Prevention team (PIT) is a project on conflict resolution and violence prevention. In this program, the coaches are connected as a team. The team consists of a police officer, two teachers, an employee of Youth Services and students. The team works for a longer time period and systematically linked. A special feature of the project is that the training team consists of representatives of various professions.

The team-building for conflict management and prevention is seen as a societal responsibility. An inter-institutional perspective is required. The participating organizations estimate the power of situations together to plan educational projects and share the responsibility for implementing the projects. The projects carried out mainly follow the concept of "being cool - stay cool " (see 2.12, page 36).

Training is for example with different methods:
- Individual, partner, group work
- Moderation, short presentations
- Practice exercises with feedback
- Relaxation exercises
- Applying media (flipchart, whiteboard, work sheets)
- Photo logs, checklists

INDICATORS:

Help-line/counseling, Parent training/meetings, Disciplinary methods, Classroom management, Teacher training, Classroom rules, Information for parents, Cooperative group work, Peer support.

EVALUATION:

The program has not been evaluated yet.

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COMMENT:

This summary was created by the Technical University of Dresden in collaboration with the BGAG - Institute for Work and Health of the German accident insurance, Dresden.

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