IDYL gUG is a non-profit limited commercial company, commercial register no. HRB 201 447 B, based in Berlin. The purpose of the company is:
IDYL is a learning technique that promotes creativity, the creation of new educational opportunities, the connection of different disciplines, ingenuity, joy and the art of community living.
IDYL Learning especializes in the performing arts of puppet and object theatre through the variety of disciplines, artistic techniques and applied technologies that interact in an advanced pedagogy. This pedagogy is based on Project-Based Learning (PBL) with multiple intelligences, Binomial Power-Up (BP) and other techniques of personal and social development.
From 25 February to 15 April 2019 we trained teachers from Neuquén, Argentina, in IDYL Learning.
In Buenos Aires we had a meeting with the VOZ Foundation -Transforming high school- and we talked about the importance of art and creativity in education.
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We also compile some of the impressions of managers and teachers on the methodology applied in
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«UNESCO’s priority is to ensure “quality education for all”, and arts education is an essential tool to achieve this goal, since it favours in a unique way personal development, social cohesion and critical reflection, and by doing so it helps the reinforcement of universal values such as peace, tolerance, mutual understanding, as well as sustainable development...»
«Faced with creativity, the "structured" world behaves like a cotton garment. At first it resists, but in the end it gives way and becomes more comfortable»
This pedagogy is based on Project Based Artistic Learning (PBAL), Multiple Intelligences, Binomials Power-up (BP) and other personal and social development techniques.
We have two flexible training programs. From them we study and adjust a more personalized training plan.
– Modular programme.
– Intensive programme.
- Teachers of all levels.
- Educators and social workers.
- Librarians, therapists and artists who want to work in the field of education and social integration.