Panel Presentation TFM253
Making Systemic Change Happen - Participatory Approaches to Navigate Changing Education and Training Landscapes
Date Friday, Nov 29 Time – Room Schöneberg
Co-creation of new educational landscapes will create a sense of ownership, which in turn can bring sustainable change. Hear about the value of stakeholder involvement and the ways participatory methods work in various contexts. Take away practical tips and tricks to apply different tools in your own environment. We'll close with a collective discussion on methods and further opportunities for co-creation and systemic change in education and training globally.
Frank van den Ende
Gilde Opleidingen, The Netherlands
Frank van den Ende (1985) is an educational designer and innovator from the Netherlands. In his weekly podcast “The Active Class” and on his Instagramaccount (@theactiveclass) Frank shares hands on tips for teachers to turn consuming students into active knowledge creators. Based on his broad experience as a teacher, researcher and innovator Frank tries to inspire teachers to get the most out of their students inside and outside the classroom.
Initiative Neues Lernen e.V., Germany
Co-creation and Systemic Change in Education
Nils Reubke holds a masters degree in Public Policy & Human Development from the United Nations University in Maastricht and has been passionate about driving change within the education sector for more than 10 years. For the past 5 years he has been leading the development of the non-profit social business "Initiative Neues Lernen e.V.", which seeks to empower schools to become active agents of their own change. Nils is also a certified coach and design thinking facilitator, holding seminars not only for schools but also for members of government and non governmental organisation.
Merel van der Woude
Butterfly Works, The Netherlands
Co-creating Education for the 21st Century Through Participatory Design
Merel van der Woude is Creative Director at Butterfly Works, a social design studio pioneering the use of Design Thinking and co-creation within International Development. For the past 20 Butterfly Works has been co-creating innovative education solutions with learners and educators all over the world.
Being a design thinker Merel is an expert in finding out all needs, experiences, knowledge and the specific interest of the actors involved in a project. With her curious mind and friendly approach, she leads co-creation processes all over the world to ensure learners and educators are included in the design and development of new educational programmes, services and materials. She has led the design and development of a wide range of digital and mobile educational materials.
Merel has been a speaker and workshop facilitator for a wide range of events around innovation, education and human centred design.