Re-imaging the Context of Learning and Introducing Learning Courts
What happens when we change the context of learning? If we move outdoors, or just move the furniture around in the classroom to match better what we teach? At Berghs SOC we challenge our teachers to try our four O:s of teaching: Onsite, Online, Outdoor & Outsourced.
Inspired by sport courts, we painted learning courts on the classroom floors to facilitate new seating constellations. Our purpose is to inspire teachers, and students, to create energetic and purposeful learning experiences.
- Change the context - and create a deeper learning experience.
- Learning courts - inspire change in teaching
- How to teach and train teachers (or professionals lecturing)
Head of Insight, Berghs School of Communication,, Sweden
Joakim Thulin has a background as a strategic planner and advisor with an accelerating passion for learning and education. During the last 12 years he has devoted a majority of his time to different roles at Berghs School of Communication, first as Head of School and Director of Education and today as Head of Insight. Over the years Joakim has created and implemented new models and processes that empower both learners and teachers at Berghs combining his skills and experiences working with communication strategy, creativity, learning design, psychology and business insights.