The Learning for Well-being Magazine recently published their first online issue, which aims to share and discuss the core principles and practices of Learning for Well-being (L4WB).
Learning for Well-being is a consortium started by the Universal Education Foundation and provides a holistic framework to address the challenges that create fragmentation within and between humans and their relationship with their environment. The magazine is an extension of this initiative to deepen the understanding of L4WB principles and further stimulate the L4WB community.
Each issue with have a different theme with authors from various sectors and backgrounds featuring differing perspectives. The first issue is centered around the theme “Measuring what Matters.” It is aimed at interested academics and researchers, international experts, among many others, to engage in critical reflection and contribute to tools for professional development.