Felicia attended the Teachers4Europe Academy "Setting an-Agora for a Democratic Culture" held in Malta in May and in this video she tells us the aspects that she most appreciated about this training.
Keno Dö tells us his experience on how he understood that Democratic culture is not something you do in one lesson, but it's something you do throughout the days with your students
This Scenario was inspired by a true story. It explores very important topics such as conflict resolution and bias reduction.
Trainers and teachers can use Cards for Democracy with learners to build a longitudinal documentation of learning progressions.
As a teacher or a trainer, you can use Cards for Democracy for lessons design. With this Scenario we show you how to do it.
With the 5th Scenario we learn how to use Cards to encourage others to write an action plan for their own personal and professional growth
Observation is an effective tool to diagnose our and students’ learning gaps: learn how Cards can inspire people to observe themselves and each other
In this article we will delve into the activity from the Handbook for Teachers that Victoria Daciu, teacher of english language in Colegiul National Pedagogic Mircea Scarlat, piloted with her students
In this Scenario, Cards are used as learning outcomes and placed on a wall in a configuration that represents how the group has learned.
All sorts of activities benefit from a process of debriefing and reflection. Cards provide a framework to support this type of reflection.