When 800 teachers and educators gather every year to think about a new type of education, that means something important is happening. This has been the case on the Mediterranean island of Majorca since 2011. A group of activists has been working with teachers to gestate a new model, which considers that the child is a person worthy of attention and respect, full of creativity and just waiting to be stimulated.

Together they have developed a new model and methodology, including school gardens, communal kitchens, weekly hiking trips in Nature, fables, and the integration of activities that develop ...


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