The methods published on this page were developed by Learn2Change partners and members.

The collection is not fully comprehensive, but is considered relevant and useful for the members of the Learn2Change–Global Network of Educational Activists. These are tools to develop the necessary awareness and understanding of global contexts, to encourage and empower learners of all ages from every society to play an active role for an ecologically sound and globally just transformation.


Waste management – recycling and upcycling
Author: April Lai, Hongkong
Download (0,9 MB)

The Rural-Urban Dialogue Festival: Community initiatives based on Popular Education and Intercultural Dialogue 
Claudia Gimena Roa Avendano, Colombia
Download (1,5 MB)

The Tree of Dreams – A method for environmental education in schools
Gaia Sanvicente Traverso, Brasil
Download (0,1 MB)

SCREAM – Children as agents of Social change
Geofrey Nsubuga, Uganda
Download (0,6 MB)

Simulation of conflicts and negotiations
Hamza Ghedamsi, Tunisia
Download (0,15 MB)

Advancing the quality of life of Mapuche children in rural contexts: the main challenges and needs
Jorge Huichalaf Diaz, Chile
Download (0,1 MB)

Building awareness in learners on the negative consequences of bad human practices
MacLee Louis Zulu, Malawi
Download (0,1 MB)

Results based management: Pathway to vision … a sensitive journey
Rita Muckenhirn, Nicaragua
Download (2,3 MB)

Unearth – Using crossword puzzles for English lessons with sustainable contents
Ruby Hembrom, India
Download (0,4 MB)

Theatre in Education: a way of generating people’s empowerment
Sisir Ranjan Dutta, Bangladesh
Download (0,1 MB)