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[EduFutures] Joachim Borner & Anja C. Wagner: A first interim conclusion

What is this episode about?

The AI summarizes this podcast episode as follows, “The conversation explores how Transformative Learning can work in rural areas, how it impacts people’s lives, and how it offers new solutions to existing challenges. A variety of approaches come up for discussion, including leveraging local resources, developing sustainable communities, and fostering innovation. Overall, it’s a very interesting conversation that provides many important insights.”

Okay, a bit superficial, but not miserable either. What is happening here in concrete terms?

We then mentally go through the eight conversations with our guests that have been recorded so far and try to spin a thread about how everything is connected to everything else – and what we take away from this for our reflections.

Feel free to suggest other interesting guests!


General podcast description

The limits of the planet have been reached. It needs (once again) a big transformation how we humans can and want to shape our life on earth. Jobs will be eliminated in the future, qualifications will become obsolete, and the promise of education will mutate. In short: Everything is changing!


Transformative learning in rural areas – together with Dr. Joachim Borner from KMGNE

What is it about?

For many, the city is not only a place of longing, but is also considered to be probably the most ecological way of life for the majority of people. The influx into the metropolises continued for years – until a countermovement began. Now more and more people are drawn to the countryside. Young families in particular are seeking their fortune in new, collectively networked structures in the countryside.

Rural areas are changing not least because of this – energy is flowing and with it new hope. What does this mean for the new learning of all from and with all? What new opportunities for participation are emerging?

The podcast

We want to analyze this constructively and critically here – with all the problems and hopes that are associated with it? To that end, we are opening up a research space with this collaborative podcast series to work together to figure out how people can transformatively shape the many changes taking place.

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