By: Andrew Goldring(Editor)
379 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Permaculture is a valued way of designing and creating sustainable systems. Used all over the world on farms; in homes, gardens and communities; in building designs, businesses and schools, it helps to create healthy, positive and sustainable places to live.
Permaculture has relevance for anyone who wishes to improve the environment and quality of life – whether they are concerned individuals seeking change in their home life and surroundings; working at a community level to improve the local area, or acting as professionals within organisations looking to change their working practice.
Published in association with the Permaculture Association (Britain) and Permanent Publications, The Permaculture Teachers' Guide seeks to share the skills, insights and techniques of 35 experienced teachers. There are discussions on the principles of teaching; examples of practical, hands-on learning sessions reflecting a range of teaching styles and approaches; patterns and checklists for course convening, and lists of further contacts and resources.
The Guide covers:
- Aspects ofteaching
- Central themes
- Beginnings and endings
- Aspects of permaculture design and practice
- Convenor's guide.
The Guide is intended for anyone who has attended a Permaculture Design Course – whether a practised teacher who wishes to share and draw on the experience of fellow facilitators, or a recent "graduate" looking for support as they build up their teaching repertoire and skills.
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