3 activities to nurture the democratic ethos and non-violent dynamics of a group you are in charge of is a good way to start the year!
Finding and investing time in on-going personal and professional development throughout the scholastic year can be a daunting task. The activities presented in this post aim to support such a commitment.
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.
Next time you think you can do without one, think again!
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.