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Welcome to Regenerative Education!

At regenÜrate we create educational curricula and services to catalyze regenerative innovation. We motivate students ages 6 to 18 years old to investigate the realities they are living in order to experiment, innovate, mobilize and implement regenerative actions. 

 

And what is Regenerative Education? It is giving life to life!

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On Earth, there are about three trillion trees and 10-14 million species, of which only 10% have been identified and more than 86% have not yet been explored. Humanity represents only 0.01% of living creatures, and yet has been responsible for the extinction of 83% of wild animals and 50% of plant life in the last 75 years. The decisions we make today can paint a different future!

Every action results in an impact, but not all have the same effect. What kind of relationships do we build with what surrounds us, and what are its effects?

Innovative curricula for students and educators

Activity Books for Students

Games, activities, and experiments that inspire action-based learning for students ages 6-18 years old, whose themes correspond to the 17 Global Goals, and aligned with UNESCO's plan for 2030.

Examples of facilitator guides. It is shown through an analogy of a kitchen, the pedagogical process that is suggested to the facilitators.

Impact Evaluations

Our assessment methods provide individual feedback for students and facilitators. We assess different indicators including process of learning, emotional intelligence, key skills, and actions that contribute to the Global Goals.

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Example image of a student book. It shows an open book where the process of the digestive system is explained with a character.

Pedagogical Guide for Educators

Each activity book is accompanied by a guide for anyone who wishes to facilitate the regenerative experience (teachers, community educators, families, and caregivers).

Computer image. On the screen, an exercise for children is displayed where they must choose from a series of different uses of water, which one generates the least impact.
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What does our community say?

Diverse children helping to unite the parts of the world.
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"It was a divine experience! I love learning and I am very grateful for having learned about something as important as gender equality since, in addition to learning, I can fight for myself and for those who have no voice."

—Denisha, 15 years, Panama

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These are the ingredients that characterize our pedagogical style

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Aligned with the 17 Global Goals

We use the Global Goals as the overarching theme of every educational package.

A flower with a planet in the middle.

Reality-based

Connects the rising generations to the reality we are living, the impacts, and the opportunities for transformation.

Diverse hands giving different objects such as a heart, a drop of water, a tree leaf and a heart.

Inclusive

Inclusivity fosters the essence of belonging, which allows for life’s purposes to be cultivated and realized.

A test tube, a pencil and a microscope.

Practical

Visualizing and (re)creating phenomena of the real world creates a deeper connection with the planet via scientific methods.

Hands sharing puzzle pieces.

Transdisciplinary

Reality is complex and multidimensional. It is the practice of the interconnectedness of everything.

Planet earth with a mortarboard.

Aligned with global education standards

By understanding the global benchmarks for education, we curate a mix of innovative standards  to create and elevate a unique universal paradigm of education.

Brain character with strong arms.

Complementary to growth process

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We identify the neurological, emotional, social, and physiological changes that correspond to each age group and pair them with pedagogical tools to complement the growth process.

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