NON VIOLENT COMMUNICATION
"Non-violent communication is a path to sustainable change. By addressing the climate crisis with empathy and respect, we can find solutions that benefit all living beings."
In this section you find some impressions of our teacher training and the diffent teaching material and lesson plans as well as conceps that we developed for you to use.
little guide for compassionate communication
Coping with the climate crisis can be quite overwhelming. Check out this little guide. It might help you to find ways of dealing with the challenges we are all confronted with.
general series plan CLIMATE
Roam this general lesson plan. It might be helpful for your classes.
series plan CLIMATE
Check out these lesson plans about climate. One of the most pressing subjects of our time.
series plan CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Why count on us to deliver results? Because our company is more than just a business. Each person brings something different to the team, but there are a core set of values we all share.
learning situation CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Here you find some more inspiration about how to emmerse into the subject of circular economy.
PPT Climate Crisis and School development
This is the PPT we used at the first day to get to the same level regarding the climate crisis and school development.
Circular Economy and Recycling
This is a plan for you to use to challenge your students critical thinking when it comes to the concept of cirular economy and recycling.
Climate Change and Water
This plan deals with the subject of climate change and water shortage.
Here you find some inspiration for teaching your students about local diversity.
PPT Teacher Training
This is a short overview over our to do's at our teacher training and our main focus during that last week, we were able to spent together.
Here you find a helpful worksheet you can use for deescalation exercises.
Do you also sometimes repeat mistakes? Have a look at this poem by Portia Nelson. We love it and hope you do, too!
Scientific article about feelings and hopes of climate-voncerned young people
"Anyone can help us to cope by showing a genuine care for our wellbeing, offering us spaces to share our feelings without judgement, and taking the crisis seriously in their own professions."