• 16:00 o'clock until 14:00 o'clock (Europe/Berlin)

  • Would you like to address the climate crisis, resource overuse, social disparities or global justice in your educational work – but you do not really know how and where to start?
    Are you already active in this field but feel that you keep repeating your standard methods, while you would like to learn new ones to enrich your personal toolbox?
    Are you interested in sharing experiences, ideas and challenges with other interested educators?

    Then join our Polish-German training for trainers on methods for the socio-ecological transformation! It is inspired by Education for Sustainable Development, Transformative Learning and Degrowth Education, and in particular based on a recently published methodological handbook (in Polish, download here): methods fostering growth criticism, questioning the over-use of resources and growing social inequalities, fostering empathy and addressing values and emotions. Let’s try out how to create awareness, open up for other perspectives and move towards action. Of course your own method contributions are also very welcome!

    The main focus will be on trying out methods, reflecting upon them and discussing what it needs to apply them to your own target groups. For anyone interested, this safe space also invites to try out facilitating a method and get valuable feedback from the Polish-German group. Moreover, we will have time to reflect upon our roles as educators and have fun with energizers and socializing.

    The working language will be English and the training will be run by Wojtek Mejor (Lepiej Trainers Collective, Warsaw) and Elisabeth Kremer (Kreisau-Initiative e.V., Berlin), trainers and co-authors of the handbook.

    The training will take place in Krzyzowa (Lower Silesia, Poland). The participation fee is 80 EUR (for participants living in DE)/200 PLN (for participants living in PL) and it includes accommodation and meals.

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  • Elisabeth

    Hey, thanks for sharing this opportunity in your networks - especially with people who might have an interest in exchanging with educators from Poland! - Thanks in advance!