Education for the Prevention of Crimes against Humanity is a 6-hour teacher training course that focuses on some of the issues associated with educating young people to prevent Crimes against Humanity.
Documentary films can enrich any lesson or professional development workshop in several ways. The present article offers ideas on how teachers and trainers can exploit short documentaries with pre- and post-viewing activities and give a meaningful follow-up task to help vulnerable groups.
Because even democratic teachers need a good break!
The Cards for Democracy for All are out now!
Announcing the launch of the central pack of the Cards for Democracy Series. Join us live on 3 April at 19:00 CET.
No matter what we do in the classroom, our actions are always political. This blog revisits some of the best articles we published on the topic of teachers and politics in 2017.
2017 has been an exciting year for Learn to Change and this blog post wishes to celebrate some of the best articles from this past year.
As teachers, reflecting on our identity takes on a whole new meaning and responsibility as we examine and align our beliefs and values with our actions.
A self-assessment tool to help us recognize and reflect on where we and our students are on the road to intercultural competence.
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.