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Roughhousing with rules

Violence prevention project
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Nils Feyerabend

on 21 June 2013

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usually 60 minutes
Violence prevention projects
Roughhousing with Rules
How?
Where?
public institutions?
unobserved areas?
in a supervised
Why?
Aggression and violence have been a taboo for a long time!
but:
(kindergartens, schools, youth centers)
(playgrounds, children‘s rooms,
public spaces)
fair!
Children learn to
walk
!
Children learn to
speak
!
Children learn to
read!
Children learn to
write
!
but:
Do children learn to fight?
Fighting!?!
„Children have aggressions!“
and
„There is a basic need to express them! “
voluntarily!
with respect for the well-being of others
not voluntarily
no rules
Dojo
judo mats
min. 4x8 = 32 m²
competition arena
own rules and rituals
(e. g. no beating and kicks, no shoes)
=> clear rules and
rituals!
maximum once a week
duels with easy rules
e. g. “pushing s. b. from the competition arena”
(without beating and kicking)
everyone can compete with every member of the group
playful and with fun
an order is established
welcoming
games
moments of concentration
duels
one-on-one-fights
evaluation
final game
closing
lesson
and reliable
setting,
following rules
and rituals!
goals
rituals and rules
to cooperate, compete and communicate
dare and trust
improve perception, broaden agility
respectfully
feel your own and partner’s body
Roughhousing with Rules
Thank you for listening!
Thanks again! :-)
Nils Feyerabend
HP für Psychotherapie
Gestalttherapeut für Kinder u. Jugendliche (IGG)
Judotrainer und Judolehrer (DJB), 3. Dan
+49 30 510 65 700
Nils.Feyerabend@gmx.de
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