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Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard

Social psychologist, trainer and facilitator, researcher in education

Expert for  UNESCO, European Commission and Council of Europe Evaluator and monitor for the European Commission H2020 programme 

 

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Phd candidate, school of education at Háskóli Íslands 
President of Learn to Change, Change to Learn 
2006-20017: Long Term Pedagogical Consultant  for the “Council of Europe Pestalozzi Programme for Education Professionals ” 
and Network Moderator for the Council of Europe’s  online community of practice
Strasbourg, France

 

 

I am a facilitator, a trainer, and researcher bridging theory and practice working in the area of collective intelligence and cooperative learning, education for the 21st centurydemocratic practice, education,  intercultural communicationdynamic governance and leadership training with 30 years of professional practice.

As the Pedagogical Consultant for the Pestalozzi Programme of the Council of Europe, I coordinated international professional development a learning for teachers and I facilitate a pan-European community of practice geared towards democratic competence, and educational issues related to living together in mutual understanding.

Today, I am a Phd candidate at Háskóli Íslands School of Education studying ‘Conversation as a learning ecology’ and how professional develop through engaging in online professional communities.

In 2016, I co-founded the NGO Learn to Change, Change to learn (L2C) . At L2C, we facilitate teacher professional development and learning and lead a Community of practice. We act to develop democratic practices in all walks of life, in school, workplace, family, community…  We favour whole school and community approaches for living democratic cultures…

My clients are the European Commission, the European Wergeland Center (Norway), European Universities, the City of Strasbourg and French training institutions, and museums.

Prior to my international work, I worked in Paris (France) and Seattle (U.S.A.), Senegal & Mali…  in poor relinquished neighbourhoods, with immigrant and refugee communities, giving voice to those who are disenfranchised; giving tools helping marginalized communities to organize, learn and have their dignity restored by their active participation, in accord with my personal and ethical, political commitment to social justice.

 

VIDEOS

The future of the Pestalozzi Community of practice

Moldova – National Network

Pestalozzi Summer School 2014

 

MY PUBLICATIONS

coverECIT    ppn4   Cover-religious diversity resource ALF    teacher-education-for-change-the-theory-behind-the-council-of-europe-pestalozzi-programme-pestalozzi-series-n1

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