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Together, we worked on the ‘deconstruction’ of what competences a (future) professional/teacher
might need in order to provide each child with an equal opportunity. We came to 2 main focuses and 7 levers to reach equal educational opportunities for every child.
Training and challenging the professional in qualitative interactions with children (and
stimulating these interactions amongst children as well). This focus is important in relation to
every child, but children in social vulnerability need compensation and anticipating actions. read more about the 4 levers on quality interactions
Training and challenging the professional in conceptualising (framing &
perceptions) his/her own values and beliefs, the dominant educational framework, in
relation to poverty and vulnerability, and acting accordingly. This focus is oriented towards
the main theme of the KKGK-project (dealing with child poverty), and stimulates a metareflecting attitude of the professional (‘leaving your own mindset behind and learn about
other mindsets’). read more about the 3 levers