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Social pedagogy is not what you do but how you do it: 15th February 2016

This page provides materials from the webinar, as well as contact details for the presenters in case you wish to follow up with them.

Social pedagogy is not what you do but how you do it. Key to this is a belief that relationships are central to any engagement and intervention with individuals. Notions of well-being, learning and growth based on humanistic values and principles are fundamentally important to how we work. What can we learn from social pedagogy for our work in social care today?

This webinar was presented by Ali Gardner from The University of Central Lancashire and will be useful to those of you thinking about cultural change, thinking about communities and resilience.

Carey Bamber - carey.bamber@in-control.org.uk

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