Doorontwikkeling van de Module Polarisatie Binnen de Interventie Weerbaar Opvoeden van Stichting Stimulance; Een kwalitatieve studie naar de perspectieven van trainers en migrantenouders over weerbaarheid bij de trainingsmodule over polarisatie
Werf, H.T. van der
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Parents appear to have an important role in counterbalancing polarization among young people, but migrant parents do not always feel adept at this or see its importance. The Stimulance Foundation offers tools to parents in the Resilient Parenting training, to become resilient among other things, against polarization. In this qualitative study, semi-structured interviews were held with participants (n=5) and trainers (n=4) of the intervention Resilient Upbringing. It was examined how the training module on polarization could be further developed, in line with both scientific knowledge and the perspectives of participants and trainers. The knowledge, attitude and skills that participants stated are necessary to make their children resilient to polarization are in accordance with active elements from the literature. These are already covered very limited in the current training. Therefore, it is important, in the further development of the training to work even more on practical skills, e.g. listening and conversation skills and to practice with an open and respectful attitude. For trainers, an important role lies in supporting parents, namely guiding the dialogue and creating a safe classroom environment during training.