How would our world look like if our schools and kindergartens were based on dialogue and mutual understanding?
Marshall Rosenberg dreamed about such a world and worked intensely by sharing Nonviolent Communication with people working in education.
“Life-Enriching Education: an education that prepares children to learn throughout their lives, relate well to others, and themselves, be creative, flexible, and venturesome, and have empathy not only for their immediate kin but for all of humankind.”
How to make education a life-enriching experience for children and teenagers?
During this workshop we would like to support you in:
– finding your needs behind moralistic judgments you have about children or teenagers you teach,
– finding the needs in difficult messages you hear from your students or their parents.
Needs lay behind all human actions, that’s what motivates us. Understanding them can support us in building the bridge between us. This is where we all, regardless our age, gender, race, economical status, can meet.
For whom is this workshop?
– For all the people who work or would like to work in education.
– For all the people who would like to have more understanding of themselves and of others.
– For all the people who share with us the dream about the world in which we all matter.
[Workshop organised in frame of Time for Empathy 2021]
When: 10 March 2021, 18:15-19:45 CET (Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
About the trainers:
Trainer certified by CNVC, coach, eduScrum trainer and an academic teacher
What she does in her professional life is in service of her dream about the world in which our relations are based on empathy, authenticity, dialogue, acceptance and openness.
She supports families, schools, business and non-profit organizations, through workshops, lectures, mediations or individually. She also facilitates systemic transformation through Nonviolent Communication, neurobiology, and 3d-mapping following the teachings of Sarah Peyton being on certification path in her program called Resonant Healing Practitioner. She has finished postgraduate studies in Leadership in Education, Nonviolent Communication according to Marshall Rosenberg and Train the Trainer of Nonviolent Communication studies, at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland. She has also finished Business and Life Coaching at the School of Empathic Trainers in Warsaw.
She used teach in both Mexican and Polish schools, used to be the principal of a primary school in Warsaw. Now she teaches Intercultural Communication at the University of Warsaw.
She is an author of many articles and a co-author of two books for teachers both dedicated to NVC in education.
She used to live in Mexico City, study in Spain, Salamanca. Currently she lives in Warsaw.
She is a mother of a teenager who is her source of love and constant learning.
Trainer certified by CNVC, mediator and coach
Magdalena helps to build harmonious relations, with oneself and others, in the authenticity and the respect of each one.
Magdalena specializes herself in conflict resolution, organizing team meetings and circle talks based on the model of sociocracy. She works with individuals, schools, non-governmental organizations and businesses. She also teaches at Collegium Civitas, a private university in Warsaw, as part of postgraduate studies in Nonviolent Communication.
Attentive to freedom and the spirit of responsibility, Magdalena is particularly interested in cooperation with democratic schools and companies that develop new management styles (teal organizations, holacracy).
Her strong point is her passion for learning. She is constantly expanding her knowledge. Currently, she is developing her skills by combining NVC and conscious body-work.
She lived in France for seven years, where she studied and worked. For 18 years, she has been living in a bicultural and bilingual family whose diversity and challenges give her a lot of joy and contribute to reflection. She is the author of two books (in Polish) on proximity parenting.
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