November 29, 2011 by Marianne GöthlinHello and welcome to our new website. We are excited and hope this format will support our ambition of sharing experiences of NVC in education around Europe more effectively. We would like this to be a place where you can read about our events, find material and ideas that can be of use when applying NVC in learning environments. We open this space for you to read and write about everyday practice, whether it is a celebration, an enquiry or an unsolved conflict. We are thankful to those of you who have already contributed with your written material to begin making this a place for inspiration and information. read more →
February 16, 2012 by Agnieszka Rzewuska-PacaOn getting it without getting hit (or punished otherwise) A grey day with a drizzle. Boring? Not if you’re on a walk with two children. It was nanny’s turn, as I took some time off to recover after Christmas craze. While Zuzia was napping happily in her stroller, Jasiek acted a read more →
November 30, 2011 by Marianne Göthlin
Encouraged by the connections in France and Germany at our events in 2010 and 2011, and an enthusiastic invitation from NVC organisers in Romania to host the next event, we have chosen a theme and are happy to present and invite you to our third annual event. The aim is to make it possible and affordable for teachers and educators in this region to join our network and learn together with us. This event is organized by NVC in Education Europe in collaboration with Babel Education. Part 1 of the event is a teacher training and part 2 will be a conference open for NVC trainers and others engaged in educational development.
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November 30, 2011 by Agnieszka Rzewuska-PacaHere are a few stories about how Nonviolent Communication helps me to connect with my child and resolve our conflicts peacefully. Imagine this: your 3-year-old just got a train station for his birthday, supplement to his brand new wooden railroad. If you want to be at work on time, you should be ready to leave in 10 minutes. When you mention this to your child, he throws a tantrum. Familiar? I do hope I’m not the only parent dealing with this kind of situations. read more →