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MONDAY – 04-25-2022 – PROGRAM

Yaacov Hetch

Yaacov Hetch

Israel

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Valeria Kechichian

Valeria Kechichian

Argentina - Spain

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Mike Hynes

Mike Hynes

USA

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Sabine Devlieger

Sabine Devlieger

France

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Briony V. Bussche

Briony V. Bussche

Belgium - Caribbean

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Cécile Faulhaber

Cécile Faulhaber

France

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Yaacov Hetch – Israël

Anil K Gupta

Inde

In 1987 Yaacov Hecht founded the first school in the world that was called a Democratic School, in Hadera, Israel.

In 1993, he convened the first International Democratic Education Conference that was first called Hadera Conference.

In 1996 Hecht founded the Institute for Democratic Education in Israel (IDE), and within it, the academic faculty for DE teachers.

His book Democratic Education: A Beginning of a Story, which has been translated to English, Portuguese, Bulgarian and Korean is a source of inspiration for groundbreaking educators and entrepreneurs all over the world.

In 2010, Hecht founded “Education Cities – the Art of Collaborations” an organization that promotes collaboration and networking in the classroom, in the school, in the city, in the country and worldwide.

Hecht is a sought-after speaker around the world. He regards the reinvention of educational systems towards the rapid changes of the 21st century as his main mission today.

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The future Democratic Schools

Preparing our children to an unknown world in a changing present

“In a rapidly changing world…” – These are the words that usually open any talk about ground-breaking education. Well, here comes Covid-19 and teaches us about rapid changes. So rapid that almost all known frames are gone over night. This talk will deal with the advantages of Democratic Education in preparing our children to an unknown world in a changing present. 

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Conference Schedule

5 – 6:30 AM – CDT – Chicago – Mexico
6 – 7:30 AM
– EDT – New York – Toronto

7 – 8:30 AM – ADT – São Paulo
10 – 11:30 AM – UTC 0 (ou GMT) – Greenwich Time
11 AM – 12:30 PM – CET et WAT – London
12 – 1:30 PM – CEST et CAT – Paris
1 – 2:30 PM – EAT – Moscow – Israel
3:30 – 5 PM – IST – Delhi
7 – 8:30 PM – JST – Tokyo
8 – 9:30 PM – AEST – Sydney

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Valeria Kechichian – Argentina – Spain

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Valeria is a change advocate, healer, Akashic Records channel, community builder, motivational speaker and conscious-living ambassador.

After not fitting in most of her life and dealing with self-destructive behaviors, she started the healing journey that would change her life forever.

In 2010 she co-founded Longboard Girls Crew, the now biggest community in the action sports industry that empowers girls and women in more than 60 countries.
She’s now devoted to her non-profit Longboard Women United, helping hundreds of girls and women in extremely unprivileged areas around the world.

She exposes the system and advocates for change in her many talks and conferences, including two TEDx Talks.

Through her newsletter AKASHA she helps people in their awakening process, sharing healing techniques, guided meditations and conscious-living tips.

In her own words: “In a system pushing us to live in fear, living in Love is a revolutionary act. The time is now. We were born to anchor and expand the new frequencies to manifest the new earth and we can only do it together”.

She lives in the forest and beach of Cala Blava, Mallorca.

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Heal to become

The importance of teaching kids trauma release to increase their life chances

All trauma has effects and consequences in life! Without healing these traumas, life chances and positive opportunities reduce. In today’s and tomorrow’s world, it is important to give children the tools (energetic or otherwise) that we did not have so that they can cope with difficult and challenging situations: how to release pain, anger, sadness, fear, frustration, and other negative emotions or different tensions.

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Conference Schedule

4:30 – 6 AM – PDT – Los Angeles
6:30 – 8 AM – CDT – Chicago – Mexico
7:30 – 9 AM – EDT – New York – Toronto
8:30 – 10 AM – ADT – São Paulo
11:30 – 1 PM – UTC 0 (or GMT) – Greenwich Time
12:30 – 2 PM – CET et WAT – London
1:30 – 3 PM – CEST et CAT – Paris
2:30 – 4 PM – EAT – Moscow – Israel
5 – 6:30 PM – IST – Delhi
8:30 – 10 PM – JST – Tokyo
9:30 – 11 PM – AEST – Sydney

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Mike Hynes – USA

Caroline Sost

France

Dr. Michael Hynes works as a Superintendent in New York. He is a Fulbright Specialist and an associate professor of education and leadership at Stony Brook University and Long Island University. His mission is to spread the message of the importance of a holistic approach to educating children around the world. He emphasizes the importance of play, recess in schools, mental health and yoga and mindfulness in the classroom. Dr. Hynes is a former assistant superintendent, principal and teacher.

He’s also a TEDx and keynote speaker who is the author of the book Staying Grounded: 12 Principles for Transforming School Leader effectiveness. Dr. Hynes has published numerous articles and has been featured on over 30 podcasts related to school leadership and education. Recently, Michael was featured in the documentary Chasing Childhood. Hynes has focused his work on transforming schools by focusing on wellness, which articulated the significance of social, emotional, physical and cognitive development for students. He also develops strategic plans for schools and school districts. Dr. Hynes educates organizations on global school initiatives and universal best practices and has worked with the Finnish school system.

Hynes received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Bethany College and his doctorate in educational administration from Dowling College. He has undergone professional training to integrate organizational learning and school leadership into programs at New York University, Stony Brook University and Harvard University. Dr. Hynes has been awarded the “Friend of Education Award” and the “Distinguished Leadership Award” by Phi Delta Kappa as well as the Visionary Leadership Award from the Family and Children’s Association.

Caroline Sost

  

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Can this 12-step program from Finland aid education around the world?

Why should we bother to learn from a small country of just 5.5 million people that is less diverse than America, and that has a history very different from our own? Finland may have the world’s best schools, though they are far from perfect. But to ignore education insights from Finland would be a huge mistake. Let’s discuss 12 simple things all schools can do.

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Conference Schedule

6 – 7:30 AM – PDT – Los Angeles
8 – 9:30 AM – CDT – Chicago – Mexico
9 – 10:30 AM – EDT – New York – Toronto
10 – 11:30 AM – ADT – São Paulo
1 – 2:30 PM – UTC 0 (or GMT) – Greenwich Time
2 – 3:30 PM – CET et WAT – London
3 – 4:30 PM – CEST et CAT – Paris
4 – 5:30 PM – EAT – Moscow – Israel
6:30 – 8 PM – IST – Delhi
10 – 11:30 PM – JST – Tokyo
11 PM – 0h30 AM (26th) – AEST – Sydney

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Sabine Devlieger – France

Noé Esperón

Mexique

Mother of 3 children, international coach, clinical psychologist, psychoeducator, researcher in applied sciences and international trainer specialized in the human needs necessary to express individual genius, creative power and highest collective potentials, in harmony with universal abundance.

Director of the International Center for Research, Training and Accompaniment (IRTC) of the NGO Peace and Kindness in Action with an international educational mission of general interest.

Designer of the transformative education program for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the “Solidary and Creative Schools and Cities for Peace, Climate, Abundance and the SDGs” in connection with the UN and UNESCO.

Co-designer of creative self-coaching practices and innovation levers lived together and in synergy on a daily basis of the “International Peace Trees and SDGs Program”, based on the model of big trees and forests.

In 6 years, the NGO has already equipped, supported and helped more than 500,000 children and educational communities in 27 countries around the world, including a very large number of children traumatized or in great psychological distress due to armed conflicts, bombings, displacements, separations, priority neighborhoods, regions of the world in great shortages and poverty.

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The Intelligence of the Great Trees and Forests to help the genius in everyone

Revealing together the most beautiful version of humanity

Today, we are at a crucial turning point for the future of our Humanity, the future of the younger generations and their planet. We, the human species, are endowed with a “phenomenal inner technology”, totally under-exploited today. The most peaceful, sustainable, resilient and thriving living organisms on earth, large trees, and their solidarity-based functioning in forests, have inspired a model for collective transformative education in applied quantum physics.

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Conference Schedule

7:30 – 9 AM – PDT – Los Angeles
9:30 – 11 AM – CDT – Chicago – Mexico
10:30 AM – 12 PM
– EDT – New York – Toronto

11:30 AM – 1 PM – ADT – São Paulo
2:30 – 4 PM – UTC 0 (or GMT) – Greenwich Time
3:30 – 5 PM – CET et WAT – London
4:30 – 6 PM – CEST et CAT – Paris
5:30 – 7 PM – EAT – Moscow – Israel
8 – 9:30 PM – IST – Delhi
11:30 PM – 1 AM (26th) – JST – Tokyo
0:30 – 2:00 AM (26th) – AEST – Sydney

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Briony Vanden Bussche – Belgium – Caribbean

Julien Peron

France

Briony is founder of the School of Elves and is co-founder of the Micro-society Network.

She is singer-songwriter, author of children books and creates innovative educational methods where cognitive skills, artistic expression and personal development are integrated in contemporary stories and fairy tales.

She founded an innovative primary school in Belgium and was several years director. She launched during the last 12 years various initiatives in the field of education and business.

She trains entrepreneurs in business expansion and quantum thinking and is co-founder of the Micro-societies Network.
Micro-societies are laboratories of imagination, self-sustainable mini-cities where every aspect of life is represented and where every participant develops living skills through 5D-schooling without borders.

Project based learning labs are spread in the green environment and are integrated in the daily functioning of a micro-society. A micro-society is an open, inclusive and thriving community which ensures economic and personal empowerment for every individual, leveraging and collaborating with regional local communities, cultures, ecology and ecosystems.

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Quantum thinking and imagination

Innovative schools for tomorrow’s world

During this workshop we will focus on the power of imagination.
How we can use the power of imagination to create the dreams we desire and to align yourself with the field of infinite potential or quantum field to accelerate your dreams? We will also give tools how to use this tools with younger children through songs and fairy tales, so that they learn to use the power of thought and dreams and how to balance emotions and create more strength and confidence.

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Conference Schedule

9 – 10:30 AM – PDT – Los Angeles
11 AM – 12:30 PM – CDT – Chicago – Mexico
12 – 1:30 PM
– EDT – New York – Toronto

1 – 2:30 PM – ADT – São Paulo
4 – 5:30 PM – UTC 0 (or GMT) – Greenwich Time
5 – 6:30 PM – CET et WAT – London
6 – 7:30 PM – CEST et CAT – Paris
7 – 8:30 PM – EAT – Moscow – Israel
9:30 – 11 PM – IST – Delhi
1 – 2:30 AM (26th) – JST – Tokyo
2 – 3:30 AM (26th) – AEST – Sydney

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Intuiteurs sans Frontières – France

Étudiants de 18 à 27ans

Monde

For this new round table of Intuiteurs sans Frontières, Bénédicte Fumey, co-creator of the New Earth Manifesto (French ambassador), invites:

Cécile Faulhaber

After a career in new technologies, Cécile Faulhaber feels the urgency to live life to the fullest. She leaves a comfortable life, which in fact was not so comfortable, …in search for a more meaningful life.

In the middle of Nature she had her first experiences of connection, realized alternative projects, and then synchronicities brought her to Canada.

The global vision and experiences she discovered at the Wolf School were so strong that she decided to make a film, “The Other Connection, a school in the wilderness“, to share the outcome of her quest.

This school, based on indigenous cultures, is one of the most successful in the world in terms of the amount of time children spend in the wild Nature. Its goal is to bring the culture of connection to light and life through mentorship and community, with mother Nature as the teacher.

“It takes a whole village to raise a child”

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The path to self-reliance through wilderness and community

Cécile will present a “cultural facilitation” inspired by the cultures of the first peoples and whose connection to nature, to others and to oneself, offers children a true path to autonomy.

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Conference Schedule

10:30 AM – 12 PM – PDT – Los Angeles
12:30 – 2 AM – CDT – Chicago – Mexico
1:30 – 3 PM – EDT – New York – Toronto

2:30 – 4 PM – ADT – São Paulo
5:30 – 7 PM – UTC 0 (or GMT) – Greenwich Time
6:30 – 8 PM – CET et WAT – London
7:30 – 9 PM – CEST et CAT – Paris
8:30 – 10 PM – EAT – Moscow – Israel
11 PM – 0:30 AM (26th) – IST – Delhi
2:30 – 4 AM (26th) – JST – Tokyo
3:30 – 5 AM (26th) – AEST – Sydney