Continuing from Monday last week (read part 1 of this reflection here), here are more thoughts and material around How to create a learning city?
The newsletter from the national office for the UN Decade for Sustainability Education is in my inbox with a toolkit on the topic for 2011 Sustainability in the City
In the mailbox via slow mail the programme of the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation arrives. The foundation is organizing a conference on Urban Futures 2050.
On facebook the City of Change in Switzerland is passing my way.
Waking up, I am thinking about a summer school concept we might be organizing around the Art of Hosting training with future@ucation. The concept of the Survival Academy during the COP15 in Copenhagen comes up.
And the community organizing actions around the social hot-spot at Leopoldplatz – could this public square be an open-air summer learning space?
A university film project: www.romanhagenbrock.de/2010/10/14/leopoldplatz/
Through the OpenCourse 2011 (topic in week 2: networked learning) I „meet“ Robert Nicola (Research & Education Innovations, Cisco Germany) on Twitter: @robertnicola Creating Connected Learning Societies: Connect, Collaborate, Innovate. http://bit.ly/kLeRJW #opco11
Through the link above I am directed to the Cisco White Paper on The Learning Society
After a meeting on Thursday with the calling circle of the upcoming Art of Hosting training in Berlin one of many calling questions currently reads How do we want to learn and lead in changing cities? Let’s see with which question we end up with in this inquiry…