Children's Land (TiNi)
It is a methodology created to develop in the new generations empathy for life and the purpose of prospering by regenerating life and human relationships. It consists of giving them a space of land, which can be from three pots, where they nurture life and biodiversity with care, become related to Mother Nature, and with her as a guide and ally, they generate well-being for themselves, others and nature. .
The Children's Land can be implemented at home, school, neighborhood and community, in urban and rural areas, in various ecosystems and protected natural areas. In educational institutions, he achieves that Mother Nature is recognized and institutionalized as a teacher in "empathy for life", together with his "classroom", which is used: 1) so that students grow in regular and positive contact with nature ; and 2) as a pedagogical resource that allows teachers to mainstream the environmental approach and sense of purpose in the various curricular areas.
Children's as agents of change
countries applying the TiNi methodology
Recognized as a good practice of Education for Sustainable Development by UNESCO.
Recognized by the Ministry of the Environment of Peru as a good practice of Education for Sustainable Development.
Institutionalized by the Ministry of Education of Peru as Living Spaces (EsVi), present in 5,900 schools
Institutionalized by the Ministry of Education of Ecuador as TiNi for good living, present in more than 6,000 schools.
Institutionalized by the Municipality of Rapa Nui.