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planet school: the idea

(2) purpose: learn to live on planet earth


sustainable lifestyle

local community

planetary collaboration

facilitate change

personal fulfillment


(3) structure: network of learning places

schools in exchange

informal learning opportunities

students in communication and co-creation

environments for action

(4) approach: pluralistic

new approaches to learn are welcome

no ideological bias

connected learning

(1) urgency: high

THE STATUS The biosphere and the ressources are used over capacity. The world economy is dominated by unsustainable behavior.

TRANSFORMATION Transformation of lifestyle, structures and systems has to be a global+local, personal+collective effort.

(6) method: planet school labels+ratings planet school commons ...

to be done! to be discussed! the ideas are rather immature and have to be developed in collaboration

the concept is not about building physical schools, but facilitating effective change

a kind of label would encourage efforts to act in all kind of schools – from kindergarten to university

new insights - August 2013:

(7) pioneers movers & shakers examples & elements

The Mycelium School - Education for Regeneration (starting 2012-2013)

M.Y.C.E.L.I.U.M.–Education for the next generation --- Melody M. Dozard Motivation. **Attending a gap school gives you motivation to pursue goals you were previously unsure about. **Motivation to act. Motivation to speak. Motivation to change. Yearning. **For a greater purpose. For a chance to make a difference. For success. For humility. This is a good tool to use in the future and the adult world. Character. *Needed to establish connections. To move forward. To “go against the grain.” To create  your own path in life. Empathy. ** For those who have yet to find their purpose. For those with less fortunate circumstances. For the world at large that is in need of YOUR help! Leadership. **Capacity to create a self-reliant life style. **Confidence that ignites the flame to teach others. Inspiration. **Nature gives inspiration. Charity gives inspiration. Life gives inspiration. You BECOME inspiration. Understanding. Of yourself. Of nature. Of communication. Of self-reliance. Of everything! Memories. “From passion to action.” You will have the most valuable experiences of your life, creating extraordinary memories that will propel you to do your best in whatever you choose to do

MicroSociety Bringing Real Life to Learning™

<<MicroSociety is a Movement We are 250,000 students and graduates of MicroSociety day and after school programs and their families, business and community partners, teachers, administrators and supporters, spread across 40 states. We know first hand that children want to succeed and when learning is made relevant to their lives, they do!>>

Cape Town Open Education Declaration: Unlocking the promise of open educational resources

We are on the cusp of a global revolution in teaching and learning. Educators worldwide are developing a vast pool of educational resources on the Internet, open and free for all to use. These educators are creating a world where each and every person on earth can access and contribute to the sum of all human knowledge. ...

presente! - the movement!/groups/219724974712886/

With our formal educational systems regarded as deficient, presente! vision is built around the core idea that a challenged system, like the Brazilian, developed innovative solutions that can be cross-pollinized and shared globally.

Invisible Learning - Toward a new ecology of education

Toward a new ecology of education "The proposed invisible learning concept is the result of several years of research and work to integrate diverse perspectives on a new paradigm of learning and human capital development that is especially relevant in the context of the 21st century. This view takes into account the impact of technological advances and changes in formal, non-formal, and informal education, in addition to the 'fuzzy' metaspaces in between. Within this approach, we explore a panorama of options for future development of education that is relevant today. Invisible Learning does not propose a theory, but rather establishes a metatheory capable of integrating different ideas and perspectives. This has been described as a protoparadigm, which is still in the 'beta' stage of construction." —Cristóbal Cobo & John Moravec

Education Futures Exploring a New Paradigm in human capital development, driven by accelerating change.

Walk Out Walk On: A Learning Journey into Communities Daring to Live the Future Now | commons learning alliance Informal learning is learning that occurs in situations that were not specifically designed as learning environments.

... These situations are quite commonplace and consequently it happens a lot. For example, by sharing information in a team meeting, trying something out while carrying out a task, in the course of a conversation during a coffee break or by asking a colleague for help in solving a problem.

#memorable videos Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity | Video on

#memorable videos Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!

this is work in progress, please be patient

<read the blogpost for more> "The concept of planet schools. Efficient global change." (

responsibility for this map contact: Willi Schroll schroll at strategiclabs dot de

The "planet school" idea is not completely new, we see many hotspots of change, initiatives, growing awareness. I especially want to mention Frauke Godat and Andrea Scheer in Berlin for their inspiring work. (

what is new? a changelog for your convenience

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(5) details: what to learn

live and love

create and give

communicate and convince

collabarate and work smart

consume and produce sustainably

organize and lead change

world and knowledge

technology and innovation

use and develop methods

value creation

more building blocks of new thinking

your ideas?