If You’d Like To Start Engaging Your Learners, You’re in the Right Place…

A new Classroom Tool set

Built from 9,000+ Conversations and 13+ Years of Experience Across 3 Continents.

Dialogic Approach

Learning through shared experiences

The Socratic method

Critical Thinking Improvement

Safe Spaces

Allowing all voices to be heard even with disagreements

Safe Spaces

Allowing all voices to be heard even with disagreements
Can Our Educational System Keep Up?

The Challenge

The changes that are taking place are leading to a volatile, uncertain and complex job market.

How do we educate students for this new challenge?

We need to make a shift from Learn to Know to Learn to Be.


Rapid technological improvements


Students have full access to knowledge via online


Globalization requires more emphasis on cultural intelligence


In some industries knoweldge outdates in 6 months-4 years


The Solution

The Dialogic Approach

As the name suggests, it’s about using dialogue to educate. If done well, it can have tremendous results. These conversations invite students to speak from experience, respect, and understanding. It has been shown to increase Mindfulness, Critical Thinking, and even Cultural Differences.

The Socratic Method

It’s been over 2,500 years since the death of the great Philosopher, but his famous love for questioning is still something we should all appreciate. Not only do great questions create excitement and interest, but they also have the potential to improve critical thinking. And if you use the Epiphany Question Method, your classroom will suddenly get supercharged.

Safe Spaces

By Safe Spaces, we do not mean that there shouldn’t be disagreement. On the contrary – encouraging students to disagree and agree respectfully and inside of a framework build character and gives students the chance to explore and test new ideas. As an Educator, you have the power to empower students.
21st Century Skills + Lifelong Learning

The Benefits

This approach has major benefits, not just for students, but also for educators and institutions.


Personal and Social Responsibility


Critical Thinking










Cultural and Emotional Intelligence


Lifelong Learning







Motivates Students

Less Prep Time


Multiple Assessment Opportunities


Learn More About Students


Builds Connection and Empathy


Great Language Learning Technique



High Market Demand for this type of learning


Low Risk


Low Cost


Stronger Retention


What is the format? Who is this format for?

Facilitation is focused on the process. Allowing students to grow both academically, but also personally through a guided experience. Sessions can take many forms and fit many different objectives, but the same core principles can be applied throughout.

What is a Facilitator?
Instructors (that means you) are knowledge experts, being a Facilitator allows you to be a process expert. What that means is Facilitators empower participants to believe in their own experience, feelings, and past knowledge to find their own conclusions.
Can I be a Facilitator?
Of course! Especially if you’re an Educator – you already have a great foundation. Check out one of our Teacher Testimonials if you want to hear more.
How long is a session?
Depending on your desired learning outcomes you can create 30-minute sessions or ones that last an entire day.
What age group is it for?
Students can get engaged in these sessions as early as 11 years old, sooner for more gifted students.

But Educators can utilize these tools and approach no matter what age they work with.

Why Hire Us?

Tailored Solutions

Here are a few of the reasons why Educational Institutions choose to work with us. If you don’t see something listed here feel free to get in touch and let us know how we can help.

Teacher Training


1/2 Day - 2 Day Educator Trainings will give your team a chance to get hands on experience and the tools necessary to bring Facilitation into the classroom right away.

Student Training

Students of all ages are ready to take a leadership role if given the opportunity. Peer Facilitated discussions are one of the best ways to empower your learners.


In-House Discussions

Have one of our trained Aristotle's Cafe Facilitators come to you. We keep a 1:15 ratio of Facilitators to participants - this allows for all members to have time to speak and be heard.



Education is always the difference between healthy, helpful, engaged societies – and the opposite.

Students that have the chance to take part in activities that increase their emotional intelligence are going to make more thoughtful choices as they move into adulthood.

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Teach 21st

Century Skills

Communication, critical thinking, the ability to work with diverse teams – these are skills that are becoming more valuable than ever.

More than that, we need to do our very best to get students excited about putting their screens down and picking their voices up.


Have an idea, or a special project? We love conversations, let’s have one.

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