I’d like to share with you my perspective on regenerative systems education in brief:
The focus of regenerative systems development is not solely on reducing resource extraction and its impact (on Earth and each other) but above all on (re)connecting and regenerating environmental, social, human, and other resources.
Regenerative systems education is learning and skills-building that aims to support the co-creation of regenerative communities.
The pedagogical approach is grounded in living systems thinking and experiential and collaborative learning that will benefit students and communities meaningfully.
Pedagogical principles include relationality, reciprocity, sharing, openness, co-creating, and overall practising a deep understanding that humans are a part of Earth and not apart from it.