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This French-German day care nursery is available for families who live in Germany and in France. It is implanted in a district where families with low levels of income live. It is open for families from Strasbourg in France (30 beds) and Kehl in Germany (30 beds). It is near a bridge between the two cities.
This day care center was created by German and French together and is for the families of both countries. The pedagogy was elaborated by German and French specialists: it is an interactive pedagogy. The architecture allows this pedagogy. The German concept of “goûters au Bistrot” allows the children to eat fruits and vegetable during the afternoon and when they want. The director is French and her assistant is German. The staff speaks her language, so the children are used to understand and to speak the two languages.
Educators at Sograndio Juvenile Detention Center in Asturias were sure that they were able to offer new alternatives to improve their socio-educational intervention. That is the reason why they got involved in an action research training process aimed at making didactic proposals which tried to optimize the development of social competence programs for youngsters with criminal behavior.
The main purpose of the study was to assess experimentally the effects of an antibullying program (Cyberprogram 2.0) on behaviors of victimization due to «face-to-face» bullying and on diverse social behaviors.
Risk Centre (Antena de Riesgos) is a selective prevention programme that addresses the problems of adolescents at risk of social exclusion. It links up services delivered by the Social Services and other social resources at the municipality level.
The service worked with children attending ten early years’ services and three primary schools and was delivered by two dedicated speech and language therapists.