GREETINGProf. Dr. Heinz Günter Holtappels (Director of the Team School Development and School Effectiveness, TU Dortmund University)
MD’in Susanne Blasberg-Bense (Ministry for School and Education of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia)
Prof. Dr. Insa Melle (Prorector Academic Affairs, TU Dortmund University)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Goll (Dean of Faculty of Education, Psychology and Sociology, TU Dortmund University)
OVERVIEW LECTURE Successfully designing all-day schoolsAll-day school – A review of the situation
Prof. em. Dr. Klaus-Jürgen Tillmann (University Bielefeld)
FOCUS TOPIC Individual subject supportStEG-Lesen – A reading intervention in the all-day
Dr. Karin Lossen & Frederik Osadnik (TU Dortmund University)
Offer design and interlocking from the point of view of the school management
Ulrike Gilsebach (Principal, Harkortschule Witten)
FOCUS TOPIC Personality development and promotion of social skillsChildren at risk in all-day school
Prof. Dr. Stephan Ellinger (Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg)
Promotion of social skills in practice
Christiane Große-Bley (School social worker, Vels-Heide-Schule Bochum)
FOCUS TOPIC Organizational and professional development in the context of all-day schoolsCulture of cooperation in all-day schools
Dipl.-Soz.-Wiss. Katja Tillmann (TU Dortmund University)
Starting points and strategies for the development of cooperation in multiprofessional teams
Dr. Stephan Kielblock (DIPF, Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education)
INPUT LECTURE All-day quality debateProf. Dr. Heinz Günter Holtappels (TU Dortmund University)
PANEL DISCUSSIONMinDirig. Dr. Stefan Luther (Federal Ministry of Education and Research)
Dr. Michael Maas (AWO Niederrhein, Department of Youth Welfare, Open All-Day School)
Carina Merth (Deputy Chairwoman All-Day School Association, All-Day Coordinator School in Emsbachtal)
RBr Dr. Uwe Schulz (Ministry for Children, Family, Refugees and Integration NRW)
CONCLUSION AND FAREWELL
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Location & approach
The most convenient highway exits are on the B 1/A 40 (Dortmund-Barop) (closer to the North Campus) and on the A45 (Dortmund-Eichlinghofen). The university is signposted at both exits. In the local road network you will find signs to Campus Nord, where the Campus Treff is also located. From Emil-Figge-Strasse, entrance no. 18 and from Vogelspothsweg entrance no. 23 lead to parking spaces near the venue.
From Dortmund main station, take the S-Bahn "S1" in the direction of Solingen on track 7 to the stop "Dortmund-Universität" (price level A). The S-Bahn runs every 15 minutes during peak hours on weekdays and takes about 6 minutes. From Düsseldorf, the S-Bahn runs every 30 minutes. Directly at the S-Bahn station you will find the CDI building, which houses the Center for Research on Education and School Development.
One of the university's landmarks is the H-Bahn, which has two terminuses on the North Campus. One is located directly above the S-Bahn station and is easily accessible from it by elevators. The other is located in the center of Campus North at the bridge between the University Library and the Mensa, right next to the Audimax. The H-Bahn runs from here to the South Campus and the Eichlinghofen district.
Dortmund has an airport connected with some destinations in Central Europe. There are regular flights, for example, to Amsterdam, Berlin, Dresden, Katowice, Krakow, Leipzig-Halle, London, Munich, Nuremberg, Paris, Poznan, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich. For the approximately 20 kilometers from the Dortmund airport to the campus, you can take the bus to the main train station and from there the S-Bahn. Faster is usually the use of a cab. Far more international flight connections are offered by the Rhine-Ruhr Airport in Düsseldorf, about 60 kilometers away, which can be reached directly by S-Bahn from the university station.