Sociocracy in schools

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Sociocracy in schools

The future needs people who are agile and resilient ~ who lean into complexity with curiosity, confidence and collaborative skills.
There is a shift happening in our globally interconnected world. People are recognizing the need for more peaceful, inclusive, and participatory practices within our organizations. Many pioneering educators recognize the need to incorporate these practices into our school systems, and they are longing to connect with like-minded people and learn more about different frameworks that may help guide their efforts.

“Sociocracy in Schools” was an online presentation where pioneering practitioners in education connected with other changemakers while learning more about Sociocracy in schools. Sociocracy as a framework allows people to experiment with more harmonious, inclusive, and effective ways of working together. Wondering School is an independent research project that is currently making a documentary to explore schools that incorporate Sociocratic practices between adults and students. Support them and share with your school!

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"A possible future in which by giving people the power to be heard allows feelings of empathy to grow and thus innovation, coupled with a harmonious, engaged community, can bring about a society in which everyone and everything is given the respect and care that it deserves."
"We see the possibility of vibrant community hubs, networked together, that are places where we go beyond what is right or wrong, so we hear each unique person as a whole being and where we all take responsibility to take action every day, and these are homes of such powerful creative potential - a fertile soil that any creative seen we plant into this soil germinates grows into something beautiful."
"Sociocracy as a way to empower children and youngsters in the development of inclusive communities with the sense of trust and belonging."
“We are imagining Sociocracy will help adults and children develop better communication skills and higher emotional intelligence so we can create a more peaceful world.”