Learning from each other and benefiting together.

As consultation institutions, the Waldkinder Regensburg, until today, provide support to other institutions in implementing the Bavarian Educational and Upbringing Plan (BayBEP). The project was funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Family, and Women.

What is achieved with this project? Since the end of 2005, childcare facilities in Bavaria have been facing the challenge of implementing the BayBEP in their concepts and practices, representing the most significant reform in their history.

The question of how to positively approach this process of innovation and the experiences gained from it can best be clarified through collegial exchange between childcare facilities and mutual observation. Against this background, the IFP initiated the project “Establishment of a network of consultation institutions (Ko-Kitas)” with the following objectives:

  • Supporting practice in implementing the BayBEP.
  • Establishing a network of all Ko-Kitas at the state level.
  • Connecting Ko-Kitas locally.
  • Transferring the network’s work and its results to the (professional) public.
  • Ko-Kitas operate with the guiding question “What can others learn from us?” and maintain a dialogic attitude.

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