What do liberating structures, mimicry, lucky tickets and John Cage have in common? These were topics we discussed in our Exchanged session on Random Design. After looking at some online tools about randomness, we dived into examples and discussed our own ideas. Our random chosen Storyteller Janja, the Quality Officer Mario and Summariser Elisabeth contributed their perspectives.
About the sessionImprovisation is an important part of teaching. This competence might be even more relevant in digital environments. In this first part of our session we will explore the potential that lies in digital improvisation. Frank Renold from the improv company anundpfirsich will lead this part.In the second part of the meeting we will determine the topics for 2021 as well as the responsibilities.
AboutThe discourse was about the topic «The value of failure». In this sessions we talked about our own digital mistakes, analyzed them and tried to identify helpful structures for productive failing.
For this mailing we want to highlight on insights that we elaborated during our collaborative exploration:
In our Session #2 we discussed how the future of space will look like.
AboutIn this Zoom session, we first discussed, in small groups, our current professional and personal situation since the Corona lock-down. Even though we all live in different countries and at different school (cultures), we had very similar experiences:
We are overwhelmed, but also inspired, by the amount of new media applications to work with, the new impressions and teaching styles. Also, juggling between personal and professional life (privacy, time management) has also been a challenge to many.
a stroll through our Miro board you can read where we all shared our thoughts and experiences in digital teaching and learning, focusing on "challenges" and "opportunities",
and thinking about how to embed these into future scenarios. We all agree we need time to reflect and learn from our experiments and innovations of the past months. - So it's a good time to start today!
For everyone who couldn't participate, our Zoom session was recorded: