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Exchange on how to practice AoH in schools, the education system, non-formal education, etc.

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Hosting a day with a local school 1 Reply

From Johan in Sweden: Hi all,Tomorrow I will finally have a chance to take into practice in a larger(?) scale of what I picked up at the AoH training in Oslo one year back.We were approached by the…Continue

Tags: school, local

Started by Ria Baeck. Last reply by Geneviève Emond Apr 13, 2012.

AoH in formal education 4 Replies

This is a conversation thread as it happened on the AoH emaillist. It started with a question by Alexis: anyone knows / has experiences with Art of Hosting in formal education?Any good case practices…Continue

Tags: youth, formal, education

Started by Ria Baeck. Last reply by Ria Baeck Mar 12, 2012.

Open Space with young girls

This was shared on the Open Space emaillist; but I found it relevant here in this group: Dear Open Space friends,last December I facilitated an Open Space with 140 girls (aged 11-16 years) in the…Continue

Tags: girls, youth, Space, Open, Berlin

Started by Ria Baeck Mar 9, 2012.

Events + Harvest of AoH in Education 6 Replies

Interesting events that work with the AoH framework, the methods, dialogue...Harvest and reflection of events we hosted or attended...Continue

Tags: education

Started by Frauke Godat. Last reply by Frauke Godat Feb 9, 2012.

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Comment by Gertrud Graf on August 15, 2011 at 9:53am

 

Hello Katharine, 

if you are traveling in your 14 month leave, may be you will come to berlin some day, i would like to meet you, ore to come in contact with your idea to introduce AOH, practices and principles, to students. Its also  my habit and my toolbox in the process of working together with learner and teacher

 

 

Comment by Katharine Weinmann on August 15, 2011 at 9:39am

Hello All

I work with a public school board in Canada. For the past 9 years I have used AOH practices in my work with school leaders to help them experience and then transfer into their schools, a more respectful, authentically engaging and intentional way of leading, learning and engaging.  AOH principles ground my consulting, coaching and facilitating with them, their staffs and community members.  As I return, after a 14 month leave, I will introduce AOH, practices and principles, to students, as a means of experiencing and helping to co-create civic citizenry. 

Comment by Gertrud Graf on August 15, 2011 at 9:17am
Great nana, I am curious what well happen and also about your harvest in english, may be you want to have a look on a kind of harvesting with students on a german public school, i wish the best, gertrud
Comment by Nanna Frank on August 15, 2011 at 8:44am
Thanks for the support Benjamin
Comment by Benjamin Aaron Degenhart on August 15, 2011 at 8:34am
fabulous! so good Nanna - all the best for it, this is epic!!
Comment by Nanna Frank on August 15, 2011 at 8:31am

Dear education-group.

In one month we will be hosting a training in Denmark focusing on the future of public schools. We will upload the harvest on this website: http://fremtidensfolkeskole.wordpress.com

It will all be in danish though, but I hope we can find time to create a english summary for this site too.

I will encourage you to check out the danish site also, it is already up and running :)

 

Comment by Jennifer Lea Burrows on April 8, 2011 at 2:31am

The closest learning theory that speaks to the AoH principals that I have found is Connectivism which integrates the principals explored by chaos, network complexity and self organisation. George Siemens wrote an excellent article called Connectivism: Learning and Knowledge Today

http://admin.edna.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/2150/34771/1/gs2006_sieme...

Comment by Merlina Missimer on March 28, 2011 at 2:42am
This might be interesting to get  involved in http://education.ted.com
Comment by Gertrud Graf on March 23, 2011 at 5:53pm

hello learner and teacher in the world, I am inspired of the ideas of slowlearning,  http://slowlearning.wordpress.com, ( at the moment in german) http://gertrudgraf.wordpress.com/ (in english), 

the art of teaching and improvisation by teaching, thanks to frauke for starting the process and also for here idea.. future goes to school, gertrud from berlin

Comment by Carla Kimball on March 23, 2011 at 9:46am

I am in several conversations right now about how to bring AoH practices in education in the US, so, I'm interested in following this thread.  Thanks for setting it up.

Carla

 

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