Teachers' Voices Season 2 Episode 1

Join educational researcher Nina Alonso for this podcast series as she shares powerful stories from teachers around the world, talking in their own words about their own experiences. 

Why is it so important to take a holistic approach to young people’s sense of self? Nina explores how educators can be the connection between children, nature and the wider society with the aim of creating a community of learning.

In this episode, two teachers, from Portugal and Japan, share how their work enables them to support collaborations between students, schools and communities to help protect the environment. 

Nina also talks to Ross Hall, co-lead of the Learning Societies portfolio at the Jacobs Foundation, about the tools and actions needed for educators, schoolchildren and the wider community to learn and thrive together. 

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For more info about Ross Hall and the work of the Jacobs Foundation, connect on LinkedIn or visit Learning Societies.
Ross’s book recommendation: Designing regenerative cultures by Daniel Christian Wahl.

You can find Manuela Valentim on her website or on Twitter
For more information about Blueschools: The Blue Schools conceptBlue Schools
Manuela’s inspiration: Koen Timmers – Educator, Author, Speaker

Barbara Bilgre is on Twitter
For more information about the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos: GMFER
Barbara’s tips for resources: 
Learning that transfers
Podcast: Cult of Pedagogy

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