Susanne Ringström

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  • Odlingsleasing-service offered by the municipal housing companies

    This type of lease-service with a "helheltsgrepp" could be offered by the municipal housing companies such as the Stockholm home, Swedish housing or Family homes. It could then be directed directly to tenants and make it easy to grow on their private balcony or on communal areas to cooperate with the neighbors.

    They already offer such opportunities for tenants to be found by itself, but it may be required that you go through the local tenants Association (and then it has to be such), then it is a process to get the vessel.

    A prepackaged service, which can be accessed as a tenant, would be a perfect nudging to start growing their own food. It would be a natural Canal where the public sector reaches out to people and can create conditions for the environmental choice in everyday life.

  • Create partnerships with creative initiatives in the local area

    Skärholmen has very great initiative so that the creative Site Design Lab's (design workshop where you can create solutions to such a man is passionate about) and House of culture with the theater and everything going on around it. You go further out on the red line, see the initiative as Subtopia which leaves room for older teens to create and influence. Perhaps one can PEP Berättarministeriet to move to the area (writing workshops for children and teachers), they are looking at more areas to be in Stockholm.

    Schools in Aberdeen could improve/build up a structure to further cooperate and get help from these initiatives in their teaching. It opens up both for students and teachers to work more creatively in the pedagogy. And to link students ' everyday life and sites they can feel safe in outside of school.

    These types of collaborations I think can create a big change for teachers (even if it's not improving the basic conditions, as needed). And if it actually integrates such a structure of interaction-you can then communicate it as I think attracts many teachers. It can be a part of raising the status of the teaching profession in the area-to feel that you are part of such a type of network of collaborative creative initiatives. It can also make you feel you are supported by a wide range of educational resources.

    Who does this: It must be a partnership between schools and the various initiatives. It would have to be settled expectations, a basic structure for how collaboration can work and a structure for how to support each other in the best possible way. This extra work would school have to add an extra allowance on (maybe seek money for) that teachers should not have to take off the existing time to create the system. The best would be a structure that will allow schools in the area also are beginning to talk more with each other and interact around the challenges and ideas.

    (Photo was taken from the Design Lab's Web site: Design Lab S )

  • Mini-Islands mean that pedestrians do not go out on bike path

    Right on the zebra crossing you describe will both bicycles and pedestrians from the intersecting walking/bike path. Time road users usually goes straight into the bike paths right there. Even though gatustenarna clearly mark cycle tracks so it is not enough. < br/> < br/> Small minirefuger that physically select bike parties might be able to help in all cases there. When something physically in the way we tend to not even unwittingly stepping out in cycle paths./Susanne < br/>

  • Separate bike paths completely off the road! /Alternativt building on the way to the park!

    Separate bike paths completely off the road! Track bike paths built into the Park instead and was physically clear separated both from road traffic and away from walkways in the Park. = more enjoyable and safer.

    Alternatively the construction of the road to park! The area feels inevitable that there should be a way there at all. Traffic could be led and the park be expanded-where two clearly marked (not just on the ground but also with small fence/refug) bike lanes for directions, see.

  • Up-cycling communities

    Our idea is to up-cycle more in order to reduce waste. To promote up-cycling we want to make it easier for people to use waste as material for creative re-use. Our idea is strengthening the local communities by providing places for people to meet and collaborate with their junk.

    In these places people with knowledge/artists/design students can coach others and help the make overs of items.

  • Sustainable architecture

    Involvement of the architect in the entire construction process, so that the building design will get a longer life, less maintenance and need less energy use (cold, heat, electricity). They must think rugged buildings that can withstand heat waves (i.e. not overheated housing), köldknäppar (i.e. good buildings with low power consumption that resists downpours with elaborate storm water management.

  • Change the terms and conditions of the teachers!

    Be more careful with it being a reasonable load for every teacher in terms of time with the children and administration (reduce the amount of administration if it is possible). This may require the need to hire more or be restructured in information between teachers and administrative employees but it should be followed up more so that the load is reasonable giving the teacher the tools to feel better mentally and physically. Perhaps methods such as scrum help with visibility to all the extra work that shouldn't have to be on every teacher.

    More special education support (more special education teachers) and may support as regards mental health (which is becoming increasingly worse over the Stockholm) from more counselors. To be able to create good conditions for their students to learn in school, should be a collaboration between the teacher and the other features of the school (as it is already present). This cooperation and these extra resources need to be increased enormously.

    Proposal: generally, I think the salary of all within the teaching profession should be increased by $ 1,000 at least (not about 10 years but now all at once). It MUST be adjusted if because that salary should say something about the importance of läraruppdraget is as a social function. It doesn't now.

    This needs to come from the very top politicians and authorities that can change and create a better environment and better conditions.

    It also needs to come from the schools. And a collaboration between the schools and the city of Stockholm, for example, to be able to get help with money to set up more resources and be able to get help to make organizational changes. The organisational changes needed to make visible to the load (time, arbetsuppgifts-wise, mentally and physically) is reasonable.

    This requires a courageous and far-sighted leadership both from the top of the schools, from the city and from politics.


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