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#19.2 - Broadband learning. Metaversity, Russia
Oleg Muromtsev is a physicist from Saint Petersburg, who turned his passion for education, music, and community organizing work into beautiful projects that change lives. Oleg co-founded Metaversity - a self-directed, community-powered learning platform, focused on the holistic understanding of human nature. Listen to this episode to discover a detailed model for creating and assessing self-directed learning programs, a story of coliving spaces in Saint Petersburg and a charming Russian storytelling accent.
Show notes: https://experimentq.org/episode/002
#18.2 - Teaching as a form of art. Studio Ankori, Israel.
Osnat Haber Koton is a professional artist and the visionary CEO of Ankori Educational Network in Israel. She holds 2 degrees in Art and has taught Visual Art and Art History and Theory at the State University of New-York for 3 years, before moving back to Israel. There Osnat transformed an old educational network and launched a visionary new school, inspired by arts - the Studio Ankori, followed by another bold move - Media Ankori.
Discover the story of education underdogs in Israel and how one fights the government, in the Supreme Court, for the right to open a new type of school. This episode is packed with wisdom, pragmatic approaches to running an educational institution and fun stories.
#17 - Sarah Bradley and Alan Webb - Community powered and self-declared master degrees
Show guests - Sarah Bradley and Alan Webb, co-founders and core facilitators at OpenMasters - a platform for community-powered and self-declared master degrees. It's an unconventional education you design for yourself around a vision of the person you want to become. On this episode, we discuss community approaches to learning, liberation, the knowledge of self, offloading the mind of a teacher, the value of unmeasurable learning and we play the future of education through the eyes of 2 progressive policymakers. Show notes: bit.ly/eq-17 Music credit: @My-Sleeping-Karma
#16 - Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius - Kaospilot and entrepreneurial leaders
Show guest - Christer windeløv-Lidzélius, a former student and now director at Kaospilot in Denmark - a hybrid design and business school, launched in 1991 with a focus on project management for the cultural sector. Listen to this episode if you want to know more about community building, why every school should be an elite institution, street-smart teachers and human faces behind education statistics. Show notes: bit.ly/eq-16 Music credit: @My-Sleeping-Karma
#15 - Thomas Heide - Change experience and building homes for lost geniuses
Show guest - Thomas Heide - a full-time philosopher based in Aarhus, Denmark. Thomas invented the change experience equation and his vision of “A home for lost Geniuses” put the foundation for Kaospilot Denmark, in early days. Listen to this episode if we want to discover a new fresh perspective for understanding the world around us and how to “educate” humans with higher consciousness, or as Thomas put it - humans who find their true self and act from their highest being. Show notes: bit.ly/eq-15 Music credit: @My-Sleeping-Karma
#13 - Chiara Carlino - Bestr Open Badges
Show guest - Chiara Carlino, project manager at Cineca - the biggest University consortium in Italy and communication manager at Bestr - the Italian open badge platform. In this episode we discuss the current state of micro-certification, getting a degree by combining learnings from multiple organizations, democratizing the training market, and building trust for digital degree providers. Show notes: bit.ly/eq-13 Music credit: @My-Sleeping-Karma
Baby steps aka Pilot
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