fall in love with the world again
Playing the Global Community Game
Is made for basically everyone who wants to make the world a better place for future generations.
Played over a period of 3- 5 days, players experience how changes affect everyone and how changes can be activated within a set of human values.
The game triggers insights into the originally constitutive meaning behind destructive and conflictive situations.
It also teaches how to find real solutions and constructive answers to a variety of complex situations.
A good example is the Meshwork process (Don Beck - often used in South Africa).
"Meshwork is the integration, alignment and synergy of multiple elements, entities, interests and motives to weave them together to create healthy, dynamics and comprehensives solutions to complex problems within rapid changing, complex environments." Don Beck
You get a framework for learning experiences that are effective and inspiring, comprehensive and focused, individualized and inclusive.
All while nourishing your personal practice, enticing curiosity, and cultivating the collective.
Playing the game, you learn not only to adapt your own commitment and interventions to the respective value systems, but also to use them as a reference point and how to teach others about them.
It includes sustainable conflict resolution methods such as: GfK or Elicitive Conflict Resolution (Wolfgang Dietrich), Global Witness (Thomas Hübl) or fundaec.
GCG also shows future possibilities, such as Meta-Integral (new currency approaches) etc.
Since the basis is Spiral Dynamic - there are many constructive examples of how it works in real life (starting from South Africa with Nelson Mandela up to South America), what we incorporate into the background or supplementary information in the Global Community Game.
who is it for?
You are a classroom teacher, working to reach students of any age, on any subject matter, in any mode.
You are an educational professional working in administration, policy, or strategy.
You are a parent working to engage your child’s curiosity and understanding at home and beyond.
You are involved in alternative educational frameworks.
You are a speaker, facilitator, mediator, consultant, or group leader for any age or type of gathering.
You are a lifelong learner, committed to applying these principles to educating yourself and celebrating curiosity and discovery with those around you.
5 days of intensive game & reflection
Learn how to facilitate constructive dialogue, deep listening, and perspective shifts.
Build trust and mutuality by skillfully offering and receiving feedback.
Work actively with state experiences, shifting from passivity to inspiration, excited engagement, and higher learning.
Bring the body and all of the senses to learning experiences to maximize understanding and retention.
Discover why paradox is one of our richest teaching tools, and how to facilitate more “ah-ha!” moments to drive learning.
Explore the dimensions of polarity and controversy, and how to apply them through integral educational contexts.
3 days of intensive game & reflection
Expand your understanding of integral education, and get a sense of the boundless possibilities it can hold.
Explore the vital roles of imagination, interconnectedness, and wholeness in the learning process.
Get specific, practical suggestions for staying centered when you feel discouraged, disheartened, or stuck.
Discover powerful practices and perspectives for transforming challenges into valuable teaching opportunities.
Awake the power of community and balance individual and group objectives.
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