The human being always emerges from the moment.
Especially during puberty there is a storm in the head.
Evolutionary Pedagogy is a way to support and bring order.
Puberty drives everything crazy. Just a child and now already on the way through the next door. Everything is crazy in the truest sense of the word. Crazy because during this phase of life, many new connections are formed in the mind and some things are sorted out.
Moodiness, zero-enthusiasm, volatility, no motivation – the whole range of emotional outbursts is used. It is a challenging time for the young people themselves, but also for their families. It is in this process of becoming that group security is formed. The purpose of the action is in focus. It is about the balance between one's own individuality and the adaptation and behaviour in the group.
Who am I and how can I stand up for myself? Excessive demands, lack of self-confidence, fear of failure or aggression are often the order of the day. This 'tangle of wires' in the head coupled with the onset of sex hormones is an explosive mixture.
Movement is an outlet. Targeted exercise helps to bring more ease and orientation into this tense phase of life. Precisely in this phase young people need a lot of encouragement in order to confidently continue on the path to self-responsibility and independence.
"I (13 years old) had severe concentration problems and never got anything done completely. My mother sent me to Karin. She helped me a lot with her good encouragement and the exercises".
My problem was the German lessons. I (15 years old) had a hard time with the material and the teacher who taught it. After a short time, I noticed that something changed after the exercises. I can't say what, but it felt different. The exercises became easier for me and I also found it easier to write. In German, I managed to pass the re-examination and I also find it easier to deal with the teacher. I can set myself apart better.
Although I (12 years old) am a very good student, I had a very marked drop in performance during homeschooling. The tasks I had to organise myself became more and more and I could not motivate myself to deliver them on time. After a few sessions with Karin, I managed to motivate myself more and manage my tasks better. I also felt better. The school year ended well for me in the end and I very much hope that there will be no more homeschooling time.