Cards for Democracy Series Learning from Conflicts By Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard We have long talked about the use of Cards for Democracy and we have also brought practical examples of how they can be used in everyday life, especially in academic and institutional contexts. [...]
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How to use Cards for Democracy: ideas to make the most of it From Learn 2 Change's Team What are Cards for Democracy Cards for Democracy for All are a set of 60 cards intended for all individuals, on their own and in [...]
Cards for Democracy for All By Learn 2 Change's Team Democracy Democracy is much broader than a special political form, a method of conducting government, of making laws and carrying on governmental administration… It is that, of course. But it is something broader and deeper [...]
Exploring the pandemic’s price on youth Featuring the work of Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard Uncertainty for students has been around for a while. However, the present uncertainty triggered by the pandemic is of another scope and it has consequences: Anxiety levels of young people has nearly doubled since the first lockdown. [...]
Student Wellbeing A New Rapport Towards the Future Featuring the work of Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard Our thoughts about the future determine in great ways where we focus our attention in the present. For many recent generations, there was a certain linearity in our thoughts [...]
Weblab Reflections by L2C Team As mentioned in our other posts about it, a weblab is an online space, outside the pressure of education systems, where educators, students and parents may engage in intergenerational conversations around topics that matter. A Weblab provides a cooperative structure to foster peer [...]
Thoughts about taking fewer things for granted... This is an extract of the reflections that emerged during Weblab 3 - Culturally Responsive Spaces. To be updated on the organization's initiatives, subscribe to our newsletter: [...]
What is culturally responsive teaching? By Teachers' Team at Learn to Change At a glance What is culturally responsive teaching What's included in culturally responsive teaching Benefits of culturally responsive teaching Who is culturally responsive teaching for [...]
Art + Technology – WebLab 2 How Art and Technology can support students and teachers Some thoughts on how Art and Technology can support students and their ability to express themselves. What are your thoughts on this? We'd love to hear more [...]
WebLabs for Shared Learning – WebLab 1 What Commitments Were Made? As mentioned in the previous article regarding WebLab #1, important questions emerged during the meeting that led to a constructive discussion. The topics centered around the important topic "Making space for Multilingualism" After [...]