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Schools of tomorrow

Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557, Berlin, Germany

04 May at 6:00 pm — 06 May at 12:00 pm

Save to Calendar 4-5-2017 6:00 pm 6-5-2017 12:00 pm Schools of tomorrow

What knowledge is needed in order to shape the future? At the kick-off conference for Schools of Tomorrow, educational theorists and school practitioners will discuss the challenges facing tomorrow’s schools with teachers, parents, students and artists.

How do we learn today? How do schools become laboratories of democracy? How will the school of the future work with digital technologies? What role do the arts play in developing new forms of acting and thinking? What new partnerships are needed to strengthen schools as social places? And how would young people themselves organize learning? To examine these inquiries, international case examples of new critical approaches as well as findings from past experiments will be drawn upon. The results of the conference will form the starting point for a series of school projects to be realized during the 2017-2018 school year.

With contributions from Ange Ansour, Arjun Appadurai, Gert Biesta, Catherine Burke, Luis Camnitzer, María do Mar Castro Varela, Sharon Dodua Otoo, Luis Armando Gandin, Keri Facer, Håkan Forsell, Carmen Mörsch, Mizuko Ito, Jugend Hackt, Katie Salen Tekinbaş, among others.

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What knowledge is needed in order to shape the future? At the kick-off conference for Schools of Tomorrow, educational theorists and school practitioners will discuss the challenges facing tomorrow’s schools with teachers, parents, students and artists.

How do we learn today? How do schools become laboratories of democracy? How will the school of the future work with digital technologies? What role do the arts play in developing new forms of acting and thinking? What new partnerships are needed to strengthen schools as social places? And how would young people themselves organize learning? To examine these inquiries, international case examples of new critical approaches as well as findings from past experiments will be drawn upon. The results of the conference will form the starting point for a series of school projects to be realized during the 2017-2018 school year.

With contributions from Ange Ansour, Arjun Appadurai, Gert Biesta, Catherine Burke, Luis Camnitzer, María do Mar Castro Varela, Sharon Dodua Otoo, Luis Armando Gandin, Keri Facer, Håkan Forsell, Carmen Mörsch, Mizuko Ito, Jugend Hackt, Katie Salen Tekinbaş, among others.

Program

Thursday, May 4 06 pm
Opening: Schools of Tomorrow
With Keri Facer and Sharon Dodua Otoo
Lecture-performance, lecture

Friday, May 5 10 am
Schools of Tomorrow: Keynotes, Presentations, Workshops
With Mizuko Ito and Katie Salen Tekinbaş
Conference

Saturday, May 6 12 pm
Schools of Tomorrow: Keynotes, Presentations
With Arjun Appadurai, Gert Biesta and Luis Camnitzer
Conference

More Information

http://hkw.de/en/programm/projekte/2017/schools_of_tomorrow/schools_of_tomorrow_start.php