Unconditional Teaching

a living manifesto for healthier relationships in education

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Team UnTeach | 3 Oct 2019 |

Recent articles

Workshop „Teilhabe und (digitale) Lehre“

Tyll Zybura | 13 Sep 2021

Am Donnerstag, den 16.9. geben Jessica und Tyll den ersten Workshop zum Thema Teilhabe und (digitale) Lehre für das Hochschulforum Digitalisierung.

Podcast: Learning is social

Katharina Pietsch | 8 Aug 2021

In this episode we talk to Sophie Gigl and Benjamin Stuhr, who are students at Bielefeld university, about how online teaching has made meaningful learning much harder for them and what this tells us about teaching and learning in general.

We choose which version of our students we invite into our classroom

Katharina Pietsch | 18 Jul 2021

In this article I explore what we as teachers can do in order to invite the best version of our students into our classroom, taking my cue from Solution Focused coaches, who are experts in inviting a version of their clients into the session that wants to make their life better and has the resources to do so.

Teaching into the void: Musings on online teaching during a pandemic [Update]

Jessica Koch | 17 May 2021 | 1 comment

Working from home has its perks but teaching can become quite a frustrating, lonely experience when asynchronous teaching is involved. After two semesters of online teaching and going into the third, I want to describe in this article the hurdles I perceive, how I overcame some of them, and what I still find challenging about online teaching.

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Where to start?

After reading a short introductory text about this project, we suggest that you start with the essays that describe the MINDSET which underlies our approach. Here, we write on how we understand ‘unconditionality’, why it is important and what kind of thinking goes along with it.

The essays in the category ANALYSIS are critical reflections on education. Here, we try to disentangle the problems that we encountered in our teaching practice, and their systemic underpinnings.

In the essays on TEACHING PRACTICES, we present particular applications of our mindset, and solutions to some of the problems we identify.

Some of our concepts explicitly address issues of MENTAL HEALTH and self-care; or they reframe institutionalized discourses in more mindful, holistic ways.


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