BLOG 2017-07-23T10:42:34+00:00

Multiperspectivity and Map Projections

It is not easy for us to accept other perspectives that question what we assume to be ultimate truths. However, there are many possible ways of viewing the world and all may be equally valid and equally partial.

July 31st, 2017|

Learn to Change Resource Series

The Learn to Change Resource Series is an initiative to support educators and learners, providing detailed descriptions of training sessions for educators on a topic of interest related to democracy and human rights.

July 13th, 2017|

Learning to Teach

The opportunity for ongoing professional development is probably within a few steps in the classroom next door...

June 30th, 2017|

Can a video game teach us about learning?

Video games can be a stimulus to actively engage students to learn and reflect about learning!

June 13th, 2017|

Recognizing Intercultural Competence

A self-assessment tool to help us recognize and reflect on where we and our students are on the road to intercultural competence.

May 30th, 2017|

6 Steps for 60 Million Teachers and their Students

Six steps teachers and their students can take to start making the world a better place!

May 15th, 2017|

Teacher Agency to Change Education

The power of teacher collaboration: challenges and steps to take.

April 30th, 2017|

What are tests good for?

Tests, whether standardized or not, remain increasingly popular and in spite of lip service arguing differently, in many instances, they continue to be the main form of assessment in the majority of educational settings. But what do tests really do?

April 20th, 2017|

Being a Teacher

What does it mean to "be a teacher"? More than anything else, being a teacher means being all that we want our children to be.

April 10th, 2017|

Cards for Democracy – Assessment and Evaluation Practices Revisited

Today we would like to share with you another activity based on “Cards for Democracy” that helps teachers develop their competence for democratic practices at the classroom level with a particular focus on assessment and evaluation practices.

March 30th, 2017|

60 Million Teachers

What can 60 million teachers and their students do? They just have the power to change the world for the better...

March 20th, 2017|

Sanctified or Vilified – Teachers in a Neo-Liberal Age

Teachers have been both cited as crucial to the success of any educational system but at the same time criticised, and occasionally vilified, for the failings of current educational standards. Where does the profession stand?

March 10th, 2017|

Ice breaking, Team building, Energising… It is All about Framing Cooperation!

Next time you think you can do without one, think again!

March 1st, 2017|

Cards for Democracy

Cards for Democracy are an opportunity for educators to reflect on, examine and improve their attitudes, skills and knowledge to better support democratic processes and improve their own practices and behaviours.

February 21st, 2017|

How I added wikis to my teaching quiver

Have you ever been in need of a tool which could help you organize your work in manageable and meaningful units? Would you fancy a space where all members of the group you work with could contribute to? How does the idea of a quick feedback procedure sound to you? Wiki may be a valuable "arrow" in your quiver!

February 10th, 2017|

The math serves the conversation, the conversation doesn’t serve the math: learning through inquiry

There is ample space for improvement on the discrimination front in teaching maths!

January 30th, 2017|

A Call to Action

Learn to change – Change to learn… there are many promises in these words.

January 20th, 2017|

What Happened on the L2C Blog in 2016?

As we look ahead to 2017 we decided to take a moment to revisit the articles featured in The Learn to Change (L2C) blog over the past months.

January 10th, 2017|

Fun in Learning: L2C’s Take on Activities from TESL Database

Creativity, fun and play contribute to meaningful learning when teachers and facilitators host memorable moments that encourage horizontal learning relationships.

December 20th, 2016|

Building a Local Community of Education Professionals

Despite the fact that most teachers are overworked and underpaid in Hungary, they meet once a month voluntarily; the sense of belonging to a learning community gives them energy to become the change and helps prevent burnout.

December 12th, 2016|

Teacher Diaries… Creating Cooperative Micro-Groups

A teacher's reflection on grouping students cooperatively while promoting democratic competences.

November 30th, 2016|

Aftermath of Elections: Teachers Respond

Are you disheartened? It’s a time to build brave hearts.

November 21st, 2016|

The Backwards Brain Bicycle

Knowledge is not the same as understanding or having information: read this story about a man and a very unique bike.

November 10th, 2016|

Discovering our DNA – Undermining our Common Humanity

No matter who we are or where we come from, we share a common destiny as humans.

October 31st, 2016|

A First Milestone for Learn to Change

Teachers need a deeper understanding of how intercultural competence can be developed and assessed in today’s classrooms for better social cohesion and cooperation.

October 20th, 2016|

Self-assessment for the Improvement of Practice

Self-assessment – the process of assessing one’s own skills, aptitude or performance – is a key part of improving one’s practice.

October 10th, 2016|

Let’s Build Rapport – 5 Fun Activities for Educators

With each new learning adventure come new challenges - establishing a rapport with the class/group is of paramount importance!

September 30th, 2016|

Education for Refugee Students

Fostering access to education for refugee students, asylum seekers and migrant children is important if we wish to shape a positive future.

September 20th, 2016|

Welcome to L2C

Welcome to the official website of Learn to Change – an international organisation that provides learning opportunities for personal and professional development.

September 10th, 2016|