Didactic analysis is a model to prepare an educational activity. It takes you through the steps and elements of the learning experience. Starting situation (Beginsituatie): collect information about the state of existing competencies and proficiencies of your learners. Add information about other characteristics like learning style and cognitive development for your target audience. Outcomes (Doelstelling): […]
Designing a Teachers’ Training college starts with coming up with a catchy name like: Aardwerk Academie. Just kidding. No, designing a teachers’ training college starts with the realisation that people learn best by doing and that systems (people) have an innate ability to learn, i.e.: the ability to change behaviour over time in response to […]
ETP Spain Session with Rakesh Rootsman Rak delivered on 25 Sept 2013. There are write-ups about this session in German and Spanish. The video shown below capturing this session was shot and edited by Mihail Kossev.
Shared by Antonio Scotti, As. Cambium Permacultura en Formación, Spain, October 2103 In this session, I use Open Space Technology as an inspiration to design a session about the teaching of the design principles for large groups, where some of the participants may have some prior understanding of them, and can help the others who […]
(Note: This session would be best to give early in a PDC. The session plan for this session can be found at the bottom under “Resources”) Time needed: Best as a one-hour session, possibly longer. It can be flexible to fit the time available. Introduce the topic of patterns to the class and state why […]
P108 in the Permaculture Teachers Guide has a full class plan for this exercise. Time needed: Best as a one-hour session, possibly longer. It can be flexible to fit the time available. This activity can sit in different sessions. This is usually one of the first sessions on a PDC. Good to use to introduce […]
Cathrine Dolleris presented how to create a session plan on the 25th of September 2013 in Mas Franch. The session presents learning outcomes and planning of your session as a tool to become a more confident teacher. Notes from the session are coming soon. A video from this session follows:
Several Course Templates from Ecoherencia-Spain (PDF) including: Introduction to Permaculture Introduction to Urban Permaculture Interpretation and Soil Improvement Participatory methodologies for implementing Permaculture and agroecology projects: session plan available here.
mapa mental (Ecoherencia) mapa mental (Ecoherencia) Aquí tenéis un original formato de planificación de sesiones (si lo miráis con detalle veréis que están hasta los tiempos de cada sesión). Espearmos que os inspire y os dé color en vuestra planificación de sesiones. Más información: email@example.com.
Given on Wed 25 Sept 2013 by Joe Atkinson, UK, at Mas Franch, Spain A french write-up of this workshop is also live. Opening question: The teacher asks if the students know the ethics of permaculture, and if they can explain what they mean for them. Afterwards, the teacher summarises the main points, and can […]
Aljaz from Slovenia delivered a micro-teaching session on Wed 25 Sept 2013 at Mas Franch during the Spain EPT Meeting to demonstrate and reflect upon ‘Groups’ as a teaching methodology. INTRODUCTION The session opens with the following question: How do you feel about working in groups? Some possible responses could be: Can be very inspiring […]
A 4-Day workshop, developed by Mihail Kossev Permaculture design is more than just gardening, but a process of creating community. This workshop aims to emphasize the culture in permaculture. CONCEPT In recent years, we have seen a boom of permaculture courses all over the world. Permaculture has gone viral, it’s infectious. The idea of living […]