Workshop: New Perspectives on Impact Learning

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Anne Snick
Co-Author Anne Snick, Club of Rome Michael Winter, oikos International Kobe Demaeyer, Green Office for KU Leuven Naina Goel, Learning Planet Institute & KU Leuven
Description Forty years of efforts to shift towards sustainable higher education have had disappointingly little impact. This atelier builds on systems thinking to explore a different perspective on learning. Join us to explore a surprising new pathway preparing students for a complex and uncertain future!
Topic Co-creative, transformative learning environments
Format Action atelier
Bio Anne Snick holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education and works partly at KU Leuven (Belgium) and partially as independent researcher. For over thirty years, she combined research with fieldwork in the domains of social and ecological sustainability, always focusing on the systemic drivers of exploitation and regenerative alternatives. She wrote peer-reviewed publications and serves the community through public speaking, cocreation and engagement in initiatives fostering sustainability. Current projects focus on learner-driven higher education and sustainable finance. She is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art & Science, and a member of the Club of Rome.