What really causes Climate Change
What are the causes of climate problems? How does the global warming work? What are all the things that humans do that negatively affect the climate, and how do they compare? What are some potential solutions to these problems, and how should they be addressed?
Three examples of “Learning by Doing”
What does ‘Learning by Doing’ mean? In this article, we explain how this method can be applied to different learning contexts through 3 examples.
What does it mean to lead a “teacher lifestyle”?
Being a teacher is not only a profession – it is a mindset and a lifestyle, too. What does it look like, then, and why should you consider it?
Epistemology in Teaching and Learning
Epistemology is one of the subject our students come across at our Teacher Training College. Why should a teacher learn about Epistemology, and what is the connection between this discipline and education?
Why was planet protection left to activism?
The Earth is changing; our environment is dying. If one of the primary roles of education is to equip people with the knowledge to make a positive difference in society, why is Planet Protection most often not included in schools’ curricula? Why is it regarded as something individual activists need to take care of?
Alternative education explained through 10 pedagogical principles
Alternative education is a broad categorisation, comprising a vast spectrum of pedagogical theories and practices. Some similar ideas, though, lie at the base of most schools of thought in the scope of alternative education. If you are looking to understand non-traditional education easily, then, these 10 pedagogical principles might help you to get to its core faster.
Why fighting the climate crisis is not your responsibility – and why you should do it anyway.
Who is responsible for the Climate Crisis? This article tries to answer this question, analysing in particular the role of ordinary individuals, States and Corporations. Here is why you are not responsible for the Climate Crisis – and why you should be fighting it anyway.
An education for the 21st century: what is the role of education today?
As teachers living in outstandingly fast paced times, it is legitimate to ask ourselves: how can we imagine and design an appropriate education for the 21st century? In other words, what should schools look like, to prepare the students of today for the challenges of tomorrow? In this article, we would like to argue why the current educational system needs to be radically rethought, and to inspire with a few elements that would help us achieve this successful change.
10 ways to fight capitalism
Today, fighting Capitalism seems beyond belief. But we think it is still possible – here is what you can do to fight Capitalism everyday.
Learning crucial teaching skills
Learning crucial teaching skillsFor the past 10 months of Teaching Practice as a part of my education at DNS Tvind, I have had the pleasure of working as a teacher-assistant with learning-apprehensive students at Friskolen Helios. The time spend at the school will...
The year of 2020 at DNS
Dear everyone, This year turned out completely different than we had imagined. At the same time, so many things happened, just as we planned for. It has been a very productive and eventful year. Here are some of the things we have achieved together in 2020....
Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future
Humana People to People remains committed to shouldering the task of training teachers of another kind who are ready to teach, inspire and lead the new generations for many years to come.