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All-day schools and social work. A Swiss case study
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SourceInternational journal for research on extended education : IJREE 7 (2019) 1, S. 60-68 ZDB
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Keywords (German)Ganztagsschule; Freizeit; Außerunterrichtliche Aktivität; Außerunterrichtliche Betreuung; Soziale Arbeit; Einstellung <Psy>; Schülerleistung; Lehrer; Schüler; Eltern; Schweiz
sub-disciplineCurriculum and Teaching / School Pedagogy
Social Work and Social Pedagogy
Document typeArticle (journal)
ISSN2196-7423; 2196-3673
LanguageEnglish
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review statusPeer-Reviewed
Abstract (English):All-day schools are becoming more widespread in Switzerland. They enable pupils to participate in lunchtime and extracurricular activities organized and supervised mostly by social workers. Qualitative data were collected for a project on newly implemented area-wide all-day schools in Zurich, Switzerland's largest city. The research was funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). Findings indicate that the resulting structural, pedagogical, spatial, and staff changes significantly impact the social work setting. The importance and potential of social work needs to be better communicated to the all-day school community. (DIPF/Orig.)
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Date of publication12.03.2021
Suggested CitationChiapparini, Emanuela; Scholian, Andrea; Schuler, Patricia; Kappler, Christa: All-day schools and social work. A Swiss case study - In: International journal for research on extended education : IJREE 7 (2019) 1, S. 60-68 - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-216238 - DOI: 10.3224/ijree.v7i1.05
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