Team

Corinna Michal-Gabriel

International Project Development

Conception of innovative educational formats

ESD Consultant – Education for Sustainable Development

Coach for potential and talent development

Coach Mediator in training in the Hanseatic Institute

Learning is an active process – you cannot be learned.

 

 

My Vision

Each person is unique and dignifying and respecting each person’s individual potential is of fundamental importance to me. I want to help shape a global educational landscape and locally-based institutions of learning that offer opportunities to discover one’s own self-efficacy and promote mutual growth. Therefore, I focus on self-determined, potential-developing learning, not on teaching – educational formats that enable us, especially in times of change, to react flexibly, actively and adaptably to new circumstances and to shape our future together in a fair and sustainable way.

I have the dream of helping to shape a society in which lifelong, cross-generational, “inclusive” learning is commonplace. In the context of international cooperation, I would like to promote transformative processes that invite us, as active citizens of the world, to work together for a sustainable just future. As part of my work, I would like to provide opportunities for a respectful exchange and self-determined learning at eye level – above and beyond national borders, gender, religious belief, social affiliation, physical or mental strength.

Lars Dietrichkeit

Shareholder Educational Greenhouse gGmbH

unconventional thinker/contrarian/Outside of the box thinker

trouble shooter and facilitator

Head of Business Development at innovaphone AG

Coach in training as a SystemEmpowering Coach

Coach Mediator in the Hanseatic Institute

Let’s set great goals that are worth living for.

My Vision

The digital age, which has only just begun, will, in my opinion, result in the most significant societal changes within a remarkably short period of time. In order to shape these positively, we must rethink and adapt many aspects in order to allow the majority of humanity to partake.

I envision a society respectful and supportive of each other in achieving common goals and growing together. From my point of view, the key to achieving this is an educational system designed to recognize and promote individual strengths and one which enables learners to attain the skills necessary to achieve their goals in an enjoyable setting. The foundation for this must be laid with a responsibility towards oneself, one’s fellow human beings and nature. Let us work together to build a society in which we all want to live.

Nick Krichevsky

Teacher at Robert-Bosch-Gesamtschule, Hildesheim

Expert for Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship Education

Consultant for school development, Whole School Approach and project management/project-based learning

Consultant for educational networks, digital tools/learning and web-based conference solutions

It takes courage to let students learn on their own

 

My Vision

The societal structures around us shape our future, determine our possibilities, and even help provide meaning to life. Education is one of these structures and access to universal education is an achievement which should never be taken for granted, but it can be, provide and do so much more.

I envision an educational system truly focused on personal development. It is an education that is inclusive, transformative and promotes human rights, fosters a culture of peace and diversity, cultivates global citizenship, nurtures solidarity with nature and does not settle for anything less than general well-being for all. 

I also envision an educational system that is always learning. Whether formal, non-formal or informal education, it is a necessity that institutions self-reflect, analyze, adapt, develop, and transform. I imagine these institutions as innovative networks with out-of-the box thinkers, experts in emerging fields and educators in order to create, test and implement educational solutions which enable and promote transformative learning. My suggestion for them and anyone else is to always shoot for the stars, even if you fall short, you end up on the moon.