Social pedagogues provide care, support, and education to children and young persons with different backgrounds or capabilities. They develop educational processes for young persons to be in charge of their own experiences, using a multi-disciplinary approach set to the learning experience. Social pedagogues contribute to the individuals' learning, welfare, and societal inclusion, and put an emphasis on building self-reliance.
Social pedagogues include in their practice the contributions of family members and other relevant professionals to the task of educating children and young people.
community education practitioner
community social pedagogue
practitioner in social pedagogy
qualified social pedagogue
social outreach worker
social pedagogue cultural animation
social pedagogy practitioner
social pedagogy project worker
social pedagogy team worker
social work pedagogue
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