The doors are open on the Sunday 17.02.2013 14 – 17 pm which are visitors invited alone to look at the lovingly crafted crib, kindergarten and primary school premises, to try out materials and with parents and educators in the conversation. The Montessori EcoSchool launched in August 2010 with a creche and children’s House Group. Now learn here also 11 elementary school children in a mixed-age class. There are four full-time scholarships available especially for elementary school. We would be happy, if single mothers or fathers or socially disadvantaged families would take advantage of this offer! Montessori stands for independent and self-directed and thus intrinsically motivated learning from the outset. It is for us a very big concern, that the joy of learning with which children come, get remains to the world, and we experience, if the children from the holidays come and facilitate notice that: finally back in school! ‘.
” The eco”by the way, stands for the natural-pedagogical approach and the ecological orientation of the institution. In the children’s home, the children spend the morning in the Woods, in the crib, a daily walk is an integral part of the daily schedule and is also in the school a whole morning per week Nature Day”: on this day, explore the school children, forest, meadow and stream and learn in this way sustainable and first-hand. Although the bilingualism in the concept is anchored, so the Montessori EcoSchool already offers English from pre-school, because a supervisor speak only English with the children. Another special feature is the nursery group: off April she becomes the day care in the framework, because this allows a care in small family groups of up to five children. This group Pikler supervised and encouraged the children up to the age of 2.5 years according to the principles of Montessori and Emmi. On the day of the open door entertain and inform the organizers like and forward to many visitors – as far as possible with the whole family! Detailed information about the project see also on our homepage. Contact Montessori EcoSchool: Katja GAPP E-Mail: phone: 06082 923 98 141 homepage:
The series continues on June 19, 2012 makes the road show of onOffice Software GmbH station in Hamburg. After the successful start in Munich, the provider of online-based Realtor software deepens direct dialogue with its customers and interested parties from the region. The issues surrounding the slogan what makes successful agents?”are also on this date in the focus. The successful premiere of our series of events in Munich gives us for the further appointment places positive. By exchanging with participants of the recent roadshow we have adjusted the itinerary for Hamburg, to enter even more targeted to the needs of our customers and prospective customers”, explains Dipl. kfm.
Stefan Mantl, Managing Director of onOffice Software GmbH, the optimization of the Roadshow programme. The presentation of the software onOffice smart is this program integrated into the, specially for those interested, the insight into the numerous functions of the real estate software will ensure. Similar to the Open House events in the onOffice software GmbH headquarters in Aachen all participants will receive a summary of the highlights and features of the online-based Realtor software. In the workshop search engine optimization “presents current topics related to the real estate market in the World Wide Web. “During the presentation tips and tricks” visitors find useful examples of users to optimize their own work processes with onOffice smart. The final get together”allows all participants to reflect the whole day and to establish contacts with agency colleagues and maintain. You will find all detailed information for the onOffice road shows, the application form and a detailed programme see: road show.
-Christina Obergfoll, Olympic silver medalist in the Javelin throw and master of Arts, prevention and health management. “Forum movement: new trends and research findings in Fitness Sports new audiences through innovative and evidence-based training”-Christoph Eifler, sports scientist and lecturer at the German Academy for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie. -Prof. Fikenzer, expert on the topic of performance diagnostics and Professor of the German College for prevention and health management. “- Markus Wanjek, sports scientists and responsible for the development of the course programme, active life after cancer” as well as lecturer at the German Academy for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie. “Forum Management: increase of the company’s success through peak experiences”-Ralf Capelan, diploma in business administration, master in Health care management, management consultant in the fitness industry, as well as lecturer of German University for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie. -Henrik Gockel, Economist, Managing Director of PRIME TIME fitness and lecturer at the German Academy for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie. -Roman Spitko, master of laws and Dipl.-Kaufmann, Deputy Head of Department management and lecturer of the DHfPG/BSA.
“Forum diet: digital nourishing blessing or curse?”-Anika Brieske, nutritionist and lecturer of German University for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie. “Forum BGM: stress and psychosocial stress in the workplace challenges for a responsible BGM”-Prof. Dr. Bernhard Allmann, IKK Southwest organization developer and Professor of German University for prevention and health management. -Stephanie Gieringer, master of Arts in prevention and health management, corporate health management (BGM) and an expert consultant procedure for the assessment of work-related psychological stresses. -Prof., education researcher, Psychology/Education Department head and Professor and Vice-Rector research of the German College for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie. -Oliver, Walle, Coordinator of the initiative health at the workplace even fashion”, Managing Director of a consulting firm for corporate health management, as well as lecturer at the German Academy for prevention and health management/BSA-Akademie.
Final presentation: “megatrend health”-Prof. Dr. Thomas Wessinghage, specialist for orthopedics, physical and rehabilitative medicine and Vice President of the German Academy of prevention and health management. The rise of Congress in the m: con Congress Center Rosengarten in Mannheim is supported by well-known companies in the industry. These present new trends and developments in its range within the framework of a partner’s exhibition in the foyer. Due to the support of the partners Congress can offered at a great price performance ratio. The extensive Congress programme and the framework programme, including Congress Party with live music cost only 49 euros for students, graduates, training establishments and BSA participants. For more information, see. There is also the possibility to register for the Congress and to subscribe to the newsletter.