You can view and book all tci-seminars onwards via our seminar platform WWW.TCI-LIVING-LEARNING.ORG.
+++ The office will not be staffed from 23 December to 3 January 2022 inclusive. We wish everyone a pleasant Christmas season and all the best for 2022! +++
International Exchange Workshop (IEW) in Freiburg: 21 - 23 April 2022
International Symposium on the Opening of the Estate of Ruth C. Cohn in Berlin: 20 - 22 October 2022.
Title: Ruth C. Cohn (1912-2010) - Life and Work of a Courageous Woman
During the Corona Pandemic
Unfortunately, it can currently be assumed that a large number of seminars and other events will be cancelled over a yet unknown period of time and that instructors will lose revenue. Even in this crisis instructors are responsible for the coordination of their own seminars, unless the seminars are organized by RCI-international. Please contact the seminar venues directly to inform yourself about possible changes in cancellation conditions. Seminars may be postponed to a later date. If you cancel or postpone your seminar, we would like to kindly ask you to get in touch with us by e-mail or telephone.
Please also check with your professional associations to find out how they can support you if seminars are cancelled.
We recommend that seminar participants take out cancellation insurance, as described in our terms and conditions (§6).
Leading Virtual Meetings
The following 17 tips summarize the most important points to be considered in
virtual meetings keep the social group process lively and interactive to design.
Here is an (incomplete) checklist as PDF
Developed and shared by Irene Kernthaler-Moser
We have new Telephone Office Hours
You can call us from Tuesday to Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Seminar places available!
These seminars will definitely take place within the next few weeks and can still be booked.
Founding new PEER GROUPS
If you are looking for a peer group, please click here.
TZI BarCamp 2020
The first TCI BarCamp 2 November 2019. How was it? Have a look: https://tzibarcamp.de/2019/11/tzi-barcamp_wie-es-war-1/
The RCI-international would like to draw your attention to the following publication:
Sylke Meyerhuber, Helmut Reiser, Matthias Scharer (Eds.): Theme-Centered Interaction (TCI) in Higher Education. A didactic approach for sustainable and living learning, Springer 2019.
If you have questions about the search screen or your registration, please don't hesitate to contact us: office(at)ruth-cohn-institute.org
Handbook TCI: Free Download
The Handbook of Theme-Centered Interaction (M. Schneider-Landolf / J. Spielmann / W. Zitterbarth (eds.)) has just been published and is available as free download at:
Brochure “WHAT IS TCI” available in 3 languages.
Dutch | English | German
The brochure can be ordered from our Main Office in Berlin office(at)ruth-cohn-institute.org
It will be sent to you upon payment of shipping costs.