I have worked as primary school teacher in traditional and alternative schools (Freinet), and in a school for children with special needs. I have also worked as a teacher-trainer and consultant for the implementation of innovative educational approaches in language education and communication. The past ten years I‘ve worked as an educator for NGO’s in human rights/child rights education.
Always passionate about innovation in pedagogy and education, my motto is “Best practice? Looking for next practice!”.
I have co-developed of a whole-school approach to realize a school climate in line with the Children’s rights schools. I offer coaching and consultancy for NGOs, Unicef, Amnesty International, and have been a trainer for the Pestalozzi Programme for education professionals of the Council of Europe. I like to integrate ancestral wisdom and techniques of indigenous people into modern holistic approaches. My style is experiential, humorous and unconventional.