Themenzentrierte Interaktion (TZI) / Theme-centered-interaction (TCI)

 

 

 

Als graduierter Lehrbeauftragter des Ruth Cohn Institute International mit einem bestehenden Ausbildungsvertrag kann ich TZI in allen Bereichen lehren, darin ausbilden und AusbildungskandidatInnen supervisorisch begleiten. Die größte Erfahrung habe ich damit im Zusammenhang mit Kursen und Begleitungen an Universitäten und Hochschulen und an Fort- und Weiterbildungsinstitutionen innerhalb und außerhalb von Kirchen und Religionen. Interkulturell bzw. interreligiös angelegte Projekte interessieren mich besonders. Eine wichtige Lernerfahrung ist dabei u.a. Indien.

 

 

 

 

 

Humanity, Spirituality, religiosity in my and Ruth Cohn's live: What empowered her, what empowers me?

"What lies behind me, what lies before me, what is in me?" With the help of TCI, we enjoy the present moment enabling us to deal with past events and the possible future.

When Globes are changing: What do Ruth Cohn's original Writings mean in her and our World? We empower ourselves for the future. (A2 TCI Theory)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Theme: My wish for myself and for you in 2017

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Pairs: select one person in the group to exchange new year wishes

 

- Plenary: Self presentation on our wishes

 

 

2nd/3rd Theme: Significant milestones in our lives:

- We see Ruth Cohns text in the origin in her live

- We work on our biographicaL 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- To go through Ruths biography beginning with contraferemce workshop and our three texts

- Printing significant milestones in the own biography

- Exchange in small groups

- Closing round

 

 

4th Theme: Work on love, sexuality and relationship

Structure:

Theme introduction

- Scenes of Love

- My biography and my reflection on: love and lovers; my body and my sexual self; relationships satisfyring and desatisfying and dissatisfying - or non relationships; taboos, conflicts; breaking-resolving; major illness experiences after puberty

- We share insights from our sexual biographies

 

 

5th Theme: From Feud to Ruth: Sexual revolution and the discovery of the body

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Input on Freud

 

 

6th/7th Theme: Body - Culture - Society: To move from sexual depression to social engagement

Strukture:

- Theme Introduction

- Input on Courage

- Plenary

 

 

8th Theme; What is courage for you and what is it to me?

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- GW: Discuss situations in which I have been couragous

 

 

9th Theme: Me, as a sexual - courageous chairperson: How do I/We change our "field"? - TISS, Family...

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Fieldspecific group work

- Plenary

- Closing round and farewell 

 

 

Generating Hope by Participating Leadership

Presentation
The presentation was used in my workshop - Religious Education Association in November 2016
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Handout
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Relevance of Qualitative Research in Humanities
Proposal of the guest lecture at the Calicut University on February 2nd 2016
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"HUMANITY IS ONE, BELIEFS ARE MANY". WHERE DO WE MEET AND MOVE FORWARD? TCI Workshop, February 4th to 8th 2016 in Kerala/India

TCI WORKSHOP

THEME : ‘ HUMANITY IS ONE, BELIEFS ARE MANY; WHERE DO WE MEET AND MOVE FORWARD ’

VENUE : OZANA MOUNT, BHARANANGANAM, PALA,KOTTAYAM

 

LEADERS : Prof. Dr. Matthias Scharer, Dr. Raju D. Krishnapuram

 

 

 

DAY I 04.02.2016, Thursday

8.30-9.30

Arrival &Registration

 

Session I   Welcome

10.00-12 /12.30

Prayer, Welcome, Introduction to Workshop; Announcements, Introduction of the theme and leaders (15')

 

1. Theme: Who am I, who are you? Let us know each other 

Structure

- Theme Introduction (10')

- Pairs (20')

- Chart: What attractives her/him to this workshop?

- Plena: Present

 

 Lunch12.30-2

 

Session II

2.00-3.30 and

 

Session III

4.00- 5.30

 

2. Theme: We are different groups in one group: Let us experience 

Structure

- Theme introduction

- Input: Familiy Systems - how they are working

- Small groups on constellation of childhood and Religion

- Plena

 

Session IV

6.00-7.30

3. Theme: Our main theme (and my expectation on this workshop)

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Input in Main Theme related on TCI Axioms and Religion

DAY II 05.02.2016, Friday

 

Session V

9.00 - 10.30

Meditation

 

Reading Koran

 

Morning Round

4 Theme: Roots of my Faith: What do I realise?

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Input: Primal Faith (Matthias)

- Plena: Sharing

Tea 10.30-11.00

 

Session VI

11.00-1,30

11,00 - 12,30

(5. Theme: I draw/write down… my first religion experience and share with two: Not realised)

Structure:

- Theme Intriduction

- Drawing/Writing down ....

- Sharing of drawings/writings in mixed groups of 3

1,00 - 1,30 Muslim Prayer (Chapel)

Lunch: 

1.30 - 3,00

 

Session VII

3,00-4.30

3 - 3,30

6. Theme: Joint Muslim prayer: what do I feel?

 

- Sharing in Plena

3,30 - 4,30

7. Prayer experiences in my life, how it affected me

Structure

- Theme introduction

- Single Work

- Sharing in Religious groups

- Plena

Tea 4.30-5,00

Session VIII

5,00 - 6,30

(8. Theme: What keeps me small - what tend me grow in my religion? - not realised)

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Single work

- Sharing in Plena (or first in religious groups)

Break: 6,30 - 7,00

 

Session IX

7,00 - 7.30

Closing round

Who reads the Gita in the morning?

DAY III 06.02.2016, Saturday

 

Session X

9.00 - 10.30

 

Meditation 

 

Reading Gita

 

Morning round

Body exercises: Anilson

8. Theme: Inhuman experiences which haunts me: I colour it 

 

Structure:

- Theme inroduction

- Drawing inhumanities

 

Tea 10.30-11.00

 

Session XI

11.00-1.00

 

9. Theme: How Ruth Cohn overcome Inhumanity and rised up Humanity?

 Structure

- Theme Introduction

- Input 

- Share

- We shall overcome

 

Session XII

 

10. Thema: My small step to humanity within my limits: What blocks me and what provokes me? (M)

 

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Revisiting the draws

- Single Work (20)

- Group of three (30)

- Plena

5,15 - 6,00

 

Closing round

 

6 - 7, 30

11. Theme: What does it mean for me as Hindu to go to temple?

 

Joint temple

DAY IV: 07-02-SUNDAY,

 

12. Joint Protestant Church

 

13. Theme: What does it mean for me as Hindu/Muslim/Christ to participate in a Christian Celebration?

(Sharing in the house of Raju)

 

Afternoon:

14. Theme: My learning experience from the workshop. I share it and sy good bey

 

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Going through the themes

- Single Work

- Sharing of the learning points

- Certificate

- Closing rite

 

15. I share my learning points and say good bey

 

Structure

- Theme introduction

- Single Work and Sahring

 

 

 

Bye Bye 

Bounderies of Faiths and Cultures - how can I expand them? TCI Workshop, January 29th to February 1st 2016

Co-Facilitators:

Dr. Sajid Jamal

Tessie George

Friday, January 29th

 

Morning

 

1. Session: 9,30 - 11

 

5' Director

 

Theme: 

Who am I? I am telling you about me

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Pairs (10 minutes)

- Self introduction with name + sheet + foto

- Introduction of a friend

- Clearing time structere...

2. Session: 11,30 - 12,30

 

Theme: We are a group. Let us make a cotract for working together

Structure:

- Theme introduction   

- Clearng the timetable

- Making a contract

Afternoon

 

3. Session: 2,00 - 3,30

 

Theme: Let us experience groups within our group

(Childhood, religion, kerala/non kerala; south indian)

 

4. Session: 4 - 5,30

 

Theme: Why I am here? "What are my expectation on our workshop theme?"

 

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- 2-3 Cards: What are my expectations on the workshop theme

- Clustering the Cards

- Reactions from the group

- Closing round

Saturday, January 30

 

Morning

1. Session: 8 - 9,30

 

Meditation

 

Morning round

 

Theme: We tell the life story of Ruth Cohn to find out how she grew even within bounderies (S)

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Telling Life Story

- 10' Pairs

- Exchange

2. Session

 

Theme: I draw my lifleline and share how I grew within my personal bounderies (T)

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- EA 30'

- Plena: Share the process of drawing lifeline and find my partners (groups of 3)

- Groupsy

3. Session

 

Theme: I draw my lifleline and share how I grew within my personal bounderies (T)

 

Structure:

- Continuing group work

- Plena: How can one grow within personal bounderies

Afternoon

 

4. Session: How can TCI help me to grow within bounderies (S)

 

Theme:

 

Structure: 

- Theme Introduction

- What is TCI?

- Small groups: 

Evening

 

5. Session: How can TCI help to exercise free will within conditional internal and outer bounderies (M)

 

Theme:

 

Structure:

Sunday, January 31

1. Session

 

Activity

 

Morning round

 

Theme: Roots of my Faith: I search for them now

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Single work: Drawing down my earliest scenery

- Exercise on Clai and Constructor

2. Session

 

Theme: We sculpture our earliest religious scenery we have in mind

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Sculpter 3-4 Sceneries

- Round

3. Session

 

Theme: What keeps me small and what lets me grow in my religion

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Single work

- Groups Religion

- Plenum - What helds people....

 

Afternoon

4. Session: 

 

Theme: We experience the dynamic chances in our culture

 

Structure

- Theme Introduction

- Roll Play

- Plenum

Evening

 

5. Session

 

Theme:

 

Structure:

 

Monday, February 1st

1. Session

 

Theme: What could be ahead my way with TCI

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- 3 Groups (15')

- Questions

2. Session

 

Theme: I use my chairperson to grow within my bounderies and to expand them

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

3. Session

 

Theme: Looking back at the process that we went through together

 

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Going though the themes

- Single work

- Sharng

 

Afternoon

 

4. Session

 

Theme: Giving feed-back and saying good by

 
 

Structure

- Theme Introduction

- Feed back for the leaders

- Feed back in Pairs

- What do I want to say to all before saying good bay

- Giving the certificate

- Ritual

- Individual

 

15th Annual Conference of RCI India 2016: Key-note-adress and Workshop

TCI-The Sure Way for Effectiveness, is it?
A critical reflection on the main theme of the 16th Annual Conference of RCI-India.
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How can TCi entains my efectiveness of a teacher

Co-Facilitator: Bindu Ashok

 

1. Day

 

1. Theme: Who am I? Where I am working in this moment?

 

Structer:

- Theme introduction

- Interview one 

- Round: Everybody says the name for herself/himself and the partner tells about the person

2. Day

 

Meditation

Morning round

 

2. A teaching/learning situation which makes me frustrated and a teaching/learning situation which makes me satisfied: We paint out, write down and share

 

Structure

- Theme introduction

- Painting or writing 2 situations

- Small groups, maximum 4

- What makes teachers/learners frustrated and what makes them satisfied? 2 Flipchards

- Plenaria: 

3. Teaching through TCI in a forced Globe: What does it mean, how does it work?

Structure

- Theme introduction

- Short introduction in TCI

- The Globe within I am teaching - on what I have to be aware

4. I am teacher, I am facilitator in a learning process: How can I deal with both roles?

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Setting as teacher: As a teacher of ..... I am aware on.....

- Setting as facilitator: As a facilitator of .... I am aware on...

- Which competences do we need in botth roles?

5. From teachings subjects to learning on themes: We try to formulate examples and invite others

 

Structure:

- Theme intruduction

- We remember one subject/task we have to teach

- We change from subject to theme formulation

- We introduce the theme and invite participants to learn

- Closing round: MY learning experience in this group

 

 

 

 

TCI Seminar on Biography, TISS Mumbai, January 2016 in teamwork with   Dr. Nishi Mitra

 

 

 

Aims/tasks of the Workshop

- To understand the importance and meaning of biographical work in the context of TCI

- To get aware of the meaning of the "biographical turn" for the own professional work like business, health care, social work, education....

- To be able to differentiate between biographical and global history like facts and biography as personal interpretation. 

- To be able to honour the "dignity" of own biography and the biography of others in their "inner truth"

- To go deeper in the own biography and in that of participants and to develop a deeper confidence in the group

- To get aware of the conflict potential of biographical work in a groop like the potential of transferring, projection etc. 

- To get aware and understand the relevance of systems like familiy, peer-group, secondary groups for establishing the own biography and that of others

- To get aware and understand the relevance of the oeconomic, political....globe for the own biography

- Awareness of all factors to be more consceness, to grow up, correct negative patterns; selmade life; healing factor

- Deepens understanding of chairperson

Monday, 18th January 2016

 

11,30 - 1 pm

Welcome: Nishi

1. Theme:

Newcomers and ones we know: Who am I? I tell you a short story of my name.

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Short giuded memory: Go back in my childhood; see my parents, my family... Who took initiativ for my name; what happened with my name in childhood (like short names), later on, whats the name with wich I like to be called in the group (standinng on both feets and be centred)

- Pairs: I tell you a story of my name

- Exchanging the stories with partners

- Standing ab, centering body, saying loud: I am .... After this my partner tell what she/he remember the story. 

- Probably we do a small break

- What do I need to feel fine in this workshop (like time, housing, travelling etc.)?

2,30 - 16,00

2. Theme:

 

My peer-group or partners here in the group: I tell what happened in my world last month - with which I am here?

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction 7'

- Short Individual work 5'

- Finding groups 10'

- Small groups in the room (20')

- Plenaria: With which I am here?

16,30 - 18,00

3. Theme:

Bigraphical work in TCI: What does it mean - how does it work? A short introduction in this specific workshop

 

Structure:

- Short introdution of the theme

- Input: The meaning of biographical work in TCI and otherewere:

- Groups of profesionals: What does it mean in the context of my business, my family....(With a flipchard)

Closing round and arrangements for planing and for the next day

Tuesday, 19th January 2016r

 

9,30 - 11

- Meditation

- Morning round

 

5. Theme: At the present moment of my life: What is the significance of ... Factor on me?

Strukture

- Theme introduction

- Group work at the 4 corners of the room belonging the theme with clearing the significance on a paper (4 Groups, 15')

 

11,30 - 1s

 

6. Theme: Important concerns for me regarding the four factors in my life. I tell you in the group

 

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Exchange in Pl

 

Group dance

 

7. Theme: Szeneries of my life - I paint it, write it out..

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction with explaining the Leporello

- Guided memory

- Painting, witing till Lunch

 

2 - 3,30

 

8. Theme: We show one szenerie, biuld groops and exchange

 

Structure:

- Theme Introduction

- Round in plenum by showing one painting or wirting

- Finding a group

 

4,00 - 5,30

 

9. Theme: I decide how I want to deepen my experiences with the lepporello

Structure:

- Time for changing (SW)

- Exchange in Pairs

- Closing round

Wednesday, 20th January 2016

9,30 - 11

- Meditation

- Morning Round

- Exercise: Searching/finding parent/child 

11,30 - 1

10. Theme: Looking at my life story and its overall direction through the help of my photos, leporello...

I identify important

- persons

- my relationships

- transitions

- precipices

- bridges

- obstacles

- arcelators

Structure:

- Theme introduction (before break)

- Single work

- Exchange in groups of three

- Plenaria

 

2 - 3,30

11. Theme: My earliest memories of my family: We work with sculptures to understand family systems

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Decision on a specific family sculptuere settled up in Early Childhood (according to a specific photo, Leporello, Remembers

- Decision of someone for a Familie sculpture

- Preparing the sculpter

- Working out the sculptuere: please can you be...

- sculpering of the protagonist

- photo of the sculpter

- Feeling in the different roles: as your father I feel...

- the proponent can ask someone of the family... Say something

- Watching the Photo: What comes in my mind when I see my primary family system; What short title could I give to my system?

- What comes in our minc when we have seen your primary family system

- Input about the understanding of System, Primary Group, Secondary Group

Lunch

 

4 - 5

 

12. We continue with sculpertering early family system 

- One sculpture

- Closing round

 

Thursday, 21st January 2016

 

9,30 - 11,00

Meditation

 

Morning Round

 

11,30 - 1

 

13. We continue with sculpertering early family system 

2,15 - 5

 

14. Transferring and  projecting out of my biography - How does it work here in the group and in my daily life.? 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Short input on transferring and projecting from primary famiy systems to secondary stytems like a TCI - Group

- Individual work: Which transferrings I am aware from my primary family systems?

- Exchange in pairs or small groups

- Clousing Round: My learning process in systemic awareness

Friday

 

9,30 - 

 

Meditation

 

Morning Round

16. Honouring my biografy: What keeps me small what let me grow? I clear my potentials

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Columbian Dance

- Exercise: You should .....;  dancing; I will

- Exchange in small groups

- Plenum: Honouring my biografy I will.....

 

16. TCI globe: "From TIS to RCI Internationalq A

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- Input (Matthias): What is RCI-International? How does it work? (We need a beamer and the WLan Account for showing the homepage)

- Questions

- Input (Nishi): How does our Programm participate in RCI International?

- Questions

- Group work: Our ideas to strengthen the bounderis with RCI-International

- Plenary report

18. Our last session: 

- what did I learn which I will apply in my everyday life?

 

Structure:

- Theme introduction

- going through the thenes

- the glass cobra

- Bilance

- Certificates

Family sculpture

Herbergen/Tavernen für religiös-spirituelle Menschen außerhalb der traditionellen Religionsgemeinschaften/Kirchen

 

 

 

Zu einer sehr interessanten Tagung in einem Benediktinerstift in der Nähe von Amsterdam war ich am 15./16. Oktober 2015 eingeladen. Es gibt eine Organisation, die speziell Menschen ansprechen will, die sich keiner Kirche/Religionsgemeinschaft mehr zugehörig fühlen, sich aber als religiös-spirituell-gläubig-suchend bezeichnen. Mit ihnen bzw. mit MultiplikatorInnen, die entsprechende Gruppen leiten, wird im Ansatz der Themenzentrierten Interaktion (TZI) nach Ruth C. Cohn gearbeitet. Ich hielt am Vormittag ein Referat (siehe Präsentation) und am Nachmittag einen Workshop zum Thema Leiten.

 

 

 

Miteinander neugierig unterwegs sein
Die großteils ins Niederländische übersetzte Power-point Präsentation enthält den Aufbau des Vortrags mit entsprechenden Schlüsseltexten. Das Foto unten zeigt den Workshop zum Thema Leiten in nicht-institutionellen religiös-spirituellen Gemeinschaften.
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“UČITI ŽIVO PREMA RUTH C. COHN" ŠTO TO ZNAČI? KAKO SE TO ODVIJA? TCI SEMINAR (METODA) Split

 

 

“UČITI ŽIVO PREMA RUTH C. COHN"

ŠTO TO ZNAČI? KAKO SE TO ODVIJA?

TCI SEMINAR (METODA)

Split

28. 8. – 1. 9. 2015.

Voditelj seminara: em. o. Univ. Prof. Dr. Matthias Scharer

Su-voditelji: Izv. prof. dr. sc. Ana Thea Filipović

Izv. prof. dr. sc. dr. sc. Jadranka Garmaz

Prof. dr. sc. Ante Vučković

Organizator: Katolički bogoslovni fakultet Sveučilišta u Splitu

TEME

 

1. Tema

O KAKVOJ SE IGRI OVDJE RADI?

Prvi uvid u način rada i smisao seminara

 

2. Tema

MI SMO RAZLIČITI/E, JA SAM JEDINSTVEN/A

S kim ću raditi ovih dana?

 

3. Tema

ŠTO JOŠ MORAMO RAZJASNITI KAKO BISMO MOGLI DOBRO RADITI ZAJEDNO?

- dnevni red

- točnost

- diskrecija

- participativno vodstvo

- selektivno i autentično

- TCI certifikat

 

4. Tema

SVJETOVI U KOJIMA ŽIVIM I RADIM

- Što ih obilježava?

- Što se trenutno mijenja?

- Što me zaokuplja?

 

5. Tema

KAMO VODI PUTOVANJE?

 

6. Tema

OSVRT NA DAN

Današnji dan je bio …

Danas sam otkrio/la

 

7. Tema

(NE) VODEĆI POUČAVAM - POUČAVAJUĆI VODIM

Posvijestiti kako vodim i poučavam

 

8. Tema

ISKUSTVA ŽIVOGA UČENJA

- Gdje?

- S kim?

- Kako?

 

9. Tema

OJAČATI - OSNAŽITI VODSTVO SAME/OGA SEBE

Trebao bih Hoću Želio bih

- - -

- - -

- - -

 

10. Tema

DANAS SAM O VODSTVU OTKRIO/LA …

Pitam se …

 

11. Tema

MODELI VODSTVA

1. Pred-voditi

2. Skrbnički voditi

3. Su-voditi

Kako se osjećam u pojedinom modelu kao voditelj/ica, a kako kao

vođeni/a?

 

12. Tema

ZAMISLI ŠTO ZAOKUPLJA:

- studenticu teologije

- dvanaestogodišnjega dječaka

- ženu u sigurnoj kući

- …

- …

- …

13. Tema

ELEMETARIZIRAMO PITANJA - ŠTO IH ZAOKUPLJA

Radimo na projektu

 

14. Tema

PREDSTAVLJAMO SVOJE PROJEKTE I OSVRĆEMO SE NA NJIH

 

15. Tema

PUTOVANJE KROZ NAŠ SEMINAR

Gdje sam, kako i koliko bio/la uključen/a?

 

16. Tema

Što sam naučio/la?

Što ću ponijeti sa sobom?

Što od toga želim/hoću podijeliti s vama?

 

17. Tema

OPRAŠTAMO SE JEDNI OD DRUGIH


Gruppenbild

Leitung


Disturbances and passionate involvements takes precedence

Experiences in Conflictive Interreligious Groupwork based on Theme-Centered-Inteaction
The Workshop at the Conference of the American Religious Education Association focused on the one hand on the TCI-Postulate of the priority of disturbances in Learning/Communicating - Prozesses; on the other hand are experiences in Interreligious Groupwork Processes focused.
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RCI International Graduiertenkonferenz 2014

Forschungsbeitrag von Prof. Dr. Helmut Reiser
Helmut Reiser präsentierte auf der Internationalen Graduierten Konferenz eine sehr diskussionswürdige systemische Rekonstruktion von TZI. Siehe dazu auch: Reiser, Helmut (2014): Vorschlag für eine theoretische Grundlegend der Themenzentrierten Interaktion, in: Themenzentrierte Interaktion 28, H. 2, 69 - 77.
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Humanity is one, faiths are many. Where do we meet and how do we proceed !

 

 

International TCI Workshop (with Dr. Raju, India)

 

Humanity is one, faiths are many.

Where do we meet and how do we proceed !

 

7 to 11 January 2015

 

Thanmaya , Kumaranalloor, Kottayam

 

 

 

 

Internationales Austauschtreffen IAT 2015: Sind die Wurzeln tief genug - kannst du im Wind bestehen

Planung Workshop
Die Datei enthält die Ankündigung des Workshops, die Planung und die verwendeten Lesetexte.
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Vortrag am IAT: TZI im Spannungsfeld von Spiritualität/Religion(en)/Theologie - Wo kommt sie her, wo geht sie hin?
Die Datei enthält den Lesetext meines Vortrags mit Fußnoten. Tatsächlich habe ich meinen Vortrag um ca. 1/3 gekürzt.
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German-English Präsentation
Here is the gernan-english version of the presentation which i used in connection with my lecture (Vortrag IAT)
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Martin Buber Symposium- 22./23. Mai 2015, IRPA: Ruth Cohns "Living Learning" in der Interreligiösen Begegnung - Beitrag 

Ruth Cohns "Living Learning" in der Interreligiösen Begegnung
Power-point Präsentation auf dem Martin Buber Symbosium am 22./23. Mai 2015 auf dem Martin Buber Symposium an der Islamisch-religionspädagogischen Akademie (IRPA) in Zusammenarbeit mit der KPH Wien-Krems.
Scharer_2015_BuberColloquium Präsentatio
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Flyer Martin Buber Kolloquium
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Mag. Dr. Matthias Scharer

em.o.Univ.Prof. für Katechetik/ Religionspädagogik

Lehrbeauftragter des Ruth Cohn Institute for TCI International

Supervision; Gestaltpädagogik


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2020

Im Juli 2020 ist die holländische Übersetzung unseres Buches "Vielheit couragiert leben" (2. Aufl. 2019) erschienen, die Phien Kuiper erstellt hat. 

 

TZI-Seminar/M3

im Rahmen der Interkulturellen Grundausbildung im BH St. Benedikt, Seitenstetten

5.-8.7.2020

 

Quarantäne in Innsbruck

14.3.-14.4.2020

Div. Treffen (TZI-Gruppe; TZI Kaffee, Planungen) und Veranstaltungen über Zoom

 

TZI-Bücher Vorstellung

im evangelischen Bildungszentrum 

Stuttgarter Hospitalhof

am 10.3.2020

 

Frühjahrstagung RCI-Österreich in Steyer: 7.-8.3.2020 zur Thematik "Arbeit".

 

Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg: TZI SE:

"Vielheit couragiert leben - für demokratische Werte eintreten, destruktiven Haltungen entgegentreten".

5.-6.3.2020

 

Weiterarbeit am Ruth C. Cohn Nachlass im Archiv der Humboldt Universität Berlin: 10.-26.2.2020

 

Vorbereitung des Symposiums zur Eröffnung des Ruth C. Cohn Nachlasses in Berlin

 

Hamburg: Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften: 4.-7.2.2020

Einführung in die neuen TZI Bücher mit verschiedenen Gruppen (Lehrende, Studierende...)

- Scharer (2019), Vielheit couragiert leben...

- Meyerhuber, Reiser, Scharer (Hg.) (2019), Theme-Centered Interaction in Higher Education...

- Scharer (2020), Ruth C. Cohn... 

 

Referent auf dem "TCI-Future Lab"

in Frankfurt: 31.1. - 3.2.2020

Thema:

Lust an der Vielheit

Die politische Kraft der TZI

 

Referat auf der Gedenkfeier zum 10. Todestag von Ruth C. Cohn am 30.1.2020:

Zur gesellschaftlichen "Not-wendigkeit" der TZI heute.

Was findet Resonanz? 

 

Besuch am Grab von

Ruth C. Cohn am 29.1.2020 

 

 

 

Arbeit am Nachlass von Ruth C. Cohn im Haus von Helga Herrmann in Düsseldorf:

27.-29.1.2020 (Foto: Goetheausgabe v. Ruth C. Cohn

 

Work on the concept for an English language TCI book with Hafiz in his house, January 2020

 

Lecture

at the sociological institute of Calicut University on 13 January 2020

Teaching Staff wird von indischen Kolleg*innen übernommen.

Erstes Meeting in Calicut

9./10. Jänner 2020

 

2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. Nov.– 4. Dez.2019

Archiv der Humboldt Uni Berlin: Ruth Cohn Nachlass- viele neue Dokumente, u.a. 350 Glasnegative aus 1917–1930

 

 

„Das gefährliche und gefährdete WIR zur Zeit Ruth Cohns und heute: Wofür engagiere ich mich?“

Dr. Matthias Scharer, Frankfurt, 27.10.2019,„Dazugehören, sich abgrenzen, ausgrenzen – Spannungsfeld WIR“

Fachtag 2019 des Ruth Cohn Instituts für Themenzentrierte Interaktion (TZI) Rhein-Main-Lahn e.V. 27.10.2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 21st-23rd, 2019

Faith Formation in the Presence of the Other (At the “Border”) 

Presentation at TheoCom 19 Conference,

 

Santa Clara University, CA

  

July 19th, 2019

Meeting with Peter Ronald Cohn, son of Ruth C. Cohn in Denver

  

 

July 18th 2019

Meeting with Evelyn Challis in Santa Monica, Los Angeles

 

 

  

19. Mai 2019

Studientag KPH Eisenstadt zum Thema Leiten

1.–6. Mai 2019

TZI Grundkurs in Riga/Lettland

Arbeit im Haus von Helga Herrmann in Düsseldorf am Nachlassbestand von Ruth C. Cohn, 17.–18. April 2019.

"Der Weg einer Gruppe – Stolpersteine inbegriffen" TZI-M2 Kurs Seitenstätten, JEÖ3, 9.–13. April 2009

TZI-Methodenkurs (M3) und Zertifikatsworkshop in Joseftal,

2.–7. April 2019

Referat zur Archivarbeit und politischen Dimension der TZI im Rahmen des Forschungsprogramms Religion-Gewalt-Kommunikation-Weltordnung  am 29. März 2019

Weiterarbeit an der Registrierung des Ruth C. Cohn Nachlasses am Archiv der Humboldt Universität Berlin, 14. Februar - 4. März 2019.

 

Workshop at the 19th National Conference of RCI India, 12th - 14th January 2019, TTK Chapter of Tamilnadu, India

 

Anthropological, Ethical roots of TCI and my world view: What is behind? What is beyond? 

Advanced TCI-Workshop in Calicut January 4th to 9th 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Butterfly book by C. Thomas Abraham along with a critique of Matthias Scharer was published in January

 

 

2018

 

HS-Lehrgang Interkulturelle_r Trainer_in /Modul 4 (interkulturelle) Kommunikation, SS 2018, Kirchliche PH Linz

 

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HS-Lehrgang Interkulturelle_r Trainer_in /Modul 3 (interkulturelle) Kommunikation, SS 2018, Kirchliche PH Linz

 

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The didactics and TCI:

 Let us seek deeper understanding and fresh perspectives.

10-12 March 2018

 

‘Thanmaya’ Jesuit Centre, Kottayam, Kerala, India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT: HOW CAN TCI HELP IN FACILITATING THE GREAT HUMAN METOMORPHOSIS IN ADOLESCENT YOUTH AND SOCIETY

 

Thomas Abraham, Matthias Scharer, Tessie George

4th to 8th March 2018

 

February 14th to March 1st: Two weeks of intense work at the Ruth Cohn Archive on Humboldt University in Berlin. A lot of discoveries in Ruth C. Cohn make the hard work attractive. We registered about 11.000 pages of the heritage. Some documents are from about 1850 (letters of the parents etc.). Also documents from after her emigration to Switzeland and afte to the US.

 

Tagung "Grenzen überschreiten. Zu Fragen der Interreligiosität, Interkulturalität und Diversität im hochschulpastoralen Kontext, 29.-30.1.2018, München-Fürstenried.

Thesen - Texte: Vortrag am 29.1.2018

  

 

HS-Lehrgang Interkulturelle_r Trainer_in /Modul 2 (interkulturelle) Kommunikation, SS 2018, Kirchliche PH Linz

 

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