Van 25 tot 29 augustus vond in Bunnik het Festival Buitengoed X11 plaats. X11 media en vormgeving is een school voor vmbo en havo in Utrecht waar ongeveer 950 leerlingen onderwijs volgen. De docenten zochten elkaar op in de laatste dagen van hun zomervakantie omdat het onderwijs zich onder druk van het coronavirus en deContinue reading “Festival Buitengoed X-11”
Chaos, complexity and failing forward is something start-ups do. Order, structure and measured learning is what educational institutions do. That sounds contradictory and what can we learn from it.
During the inspiration-day, 4th of April 2019, at our own University I took people into the facilitation of learning in complexity. Inspired by Kaospilot I started with an idea about the future of work. Do we prepare our students for that future?
During a seminar about high impact teaching I facilitated a workshock on impact in higher education learning spaces. In setting the stage I let people experience complexity.
I’m a KaosPilot! By taking the learning journey of the KaosPilot Masteting the Art and Craft of Facilitation and Designing Learning Spaces I’m more ready than ever to lead people through chaos.
As a gentle disruptor I was, together with Jorg Andree, responsible for the Da Vinci programme of the Hanze University for Applied Sciences. Together with a few colleagues I coach the students and put together an unique programme every half year.
If you are a cyclist and design enthusiast I have a great thing for you. An attractive wooden bicycle that has an awesome ride. I expected a great looking bike but I fell in love with it because of the ride. Using it on a regular base puts a smile on my face everytime.
This manifesto is about the future of education and it is gaining worldwide support. John Moravec whose perspective on education is global and futuristic started this manifesto in 2015. He is the founder of Education Futures LLC, author of a book called Knowmad Society, and co-director of the Invisible Learning project.
A beautiful girl, an awesome person that rides very fast on bikes. I met her during the celebration of Dorian van Rijsselberghe’s 2nd Olympic Gold Medal. An ambitious girl who enjoyed training and racing on her MTB.
As a educational designer of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences I was invited by the University of Leiden on one of their Future Fridays. On future fridays students, professors and partners have sessions about a certain topic. This time Future Work was the topic.
I have a wonderful job and get payed well for it. I have a challenging task to challenge the status quo and work on the future of higher education. I love it! To become better in my job I always looking for learning opportunities.
Laird Hamilton is one of my role-models. Today I had the opportunity to talk about the lessons learned from him. In a presentation for honours student of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Sports Studies we talked about being ready and what a freesports mindset means for learning.
March 2017 an interesting book came out. It’s a reflection of the design research Marco Broekman and Dingeman Deijs did for education in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. FLEX TEST ROC digged into the ecosystem of vocational education. The focus was on accommodation and the strategy to be flexible and hybrid towards new learning possibilities.
A two days preperation for next season. As a performance coach of Waddenteam we created a learning environment of reflection and team-culture. A mix of lego, sports, walking and talking made it a powerful session to bring the athletes closer together. They have a clear view of the collective ambition and the individual goals andContinue reading “Teamsession on Mindset and Performance”
JB Inflatables is one of the biggest business in the world of designing and producing inflatable attractions for the sports and leisure industry. In the search for new markets Roland Baks (JB) and I combined or expertise and started designing inflatable obstacles for stand up paddling (SUP).