Headmistress of DRH Lindersvold
After a working career of administrative management, counselling and a period as a Development Instructor in Zambia, I have worked as a teacher and headmistress within DRH Denmark for the past 13 years. I see it as an obligation that we each use our capacity and surplus to make a difference in the world and fight together with those who are born in a part of the world where human life is dispensable. My task at DRH Lindersvold is to mobilise the students to learn and understand the main contradictions in the world, to learn how to act for the good of many, and furthermore to be ready to address the essential issues of today and tomorrow.
I am a DNS2010 Team member and DNS2013 Team teacher. I came to TVIND in January 2010 and am Team teacher since autumn 2012. I have been working as teacher/pedagogue since my school time. The world needs teachers. Diverse, experienced, open, creative and good teachers are needed, today more than ever. I believe that education is a key concept to solve the issues humanity is facing nowadays.
For us Everyday a bit different than yesterday, we experience, learn, develop and grow together but nevertheless every day is a new exciting challenge.
My name is Marianne from Denmark. I was part of the first group of Development Instructors who constructed schools in Africa. For the last 30 year I have been working with youngsters with special needs. And for the last 10 years I'm headmaster at the Small school department and Lindersvold School center, where working with young people is also a part of the concept
I was born and raised in the Netherlands and studied General Social Science from ‘90 to ’96.
I have been teacher at DRH Denmark since july ‘99.
My motivation as a teacher in the DI-program is political. The DI program is about understanding Human Life on earth. About the Global Forces, both the human and the natural kind.
It is about the Past, the Present, and how to take part in creating the Future. It is about Fighting with the Poor, reducing the effect of Climate Change and at the same time adapting ourselves to it. It is about finding ways to help the Poor in their struggle to secure their future.
My name is John from Denmark I am director of marketing and recruitment for the DNS and Development Instructor programs. I am educated teacher at DNS and have travelled extensively around the world giving information about the programs and the possibilities in becoming part of Fighting With the Poor.
Michal Krzyczkowski came to DNS as a teacher in the Spring 2014. Immediately he found his place at the college working with three different teams. He is a practical man with humor and common sense.
Alexander is a trained teacher and has worked with teaching youngsters for 8 years. He has also extensive travel experience, from study trips to Asia and development work in Belize, Central America. He is also interested science, politics and technology, as well as sports and nutrition.