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Springfield Community Garden design task

Introducing the Springbank Community Garden

At the heart of permaculture is design thinking that creates benefical interconnections. When teaching courses we like to set the students a live design task to cement their experiential learning. Mimicking nature, teaching plants the seed of potential in the fertile medium of the mind. We are thrilled to announce that the live design task […]

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Tutorial in Essay Writing

For my ongoing commitment as a permaculture educator and communicator, it’s important that I develop strong communication skills. I hope that blogging becomes an effortless activity that allows me to quickly communicate my ideas. I want to develop good habits of quick and concise composition and can see the parallels that exam conditions present. After […]

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Public Speaking Course II – how to structure a talk

Public Speaking Course II – how to structure a talk

We began class with warm up vocal exercises. These included working our register from a high pitch to low and back up in an expanding waveform. Sliding from a “vvvvv” to a “zzzz”, high to low. We moved onto jaw relaxation exercises. I did some research on Alexander Technique and now understand how important relaxed […]

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Permaculture Teaching Collective – planning meeting

A group of like minded teachers have got together to to set up a London based permaculture teaching collective. Our aim is produce high quality and consistent courses in a mutually supportive environment. We desire to use permaculture principles and ethics to design this set up so that it is robust and fair for all. We […]

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