I have been working in the field of education for many years. I grew up surrounded by conversations on history and philosophy, social psychology and psychoanalysis, kibbutzim and other socialist and egalitarian/intentional communities, non-directive education, Montessori and Waldorf pedagogies, discussions on "special education" and neurodiversity, free play and non-intervention, social development and community-based programs, popular education frameworks and education projects led by students and communities.
MY TOOL BOX
My main strength is experiential learning, non-directive facilitation and popular pedagogies oriented towards social justice. In my sessions, I address issues of power and privilege, group dynamics, conflict management and transformation, intercultural dialogue and organization for social change. I work with systemic and historically situated analysis, games, storytelling and oral history, multimedia resources, literature and writing, body language and theater of the oppressed, mapping of space and body, meditation, music and silence.
I strive to create environments that are strongly inclusive and sustainable. By this I mean removed from market-logics, anti-abelist, transfeminist, anti-racist, de-colonial, and community-based. I design spaces and activities taking into consideration each individuals' style of participation and learning.