The Tavistock Chair in Social Science for Education and Change, a collaboration between UNIR and Tavistock Institute, provides new ways of learning.
The series of open classes on the Dynamics of Evaluation which started in June brings a new way for the Tavistock Institute to talk and reflect with people from all over the world.
Among the activities of Tavistock Chair is the exploration of how digital and physical worlds are connected, considering how they can complement each other and enable more people with common objectives and interests to connect who are not normally able to sit together, to talk, reflect and learn. This has proved to be a successfully with our previous open class and will continue for the current academic year.
Our colleagues are delighted to talk on key elements such as reflection, psychodynamic approach, complexity and communication of results, which shape our daily practice. We would love to share these online encounters to deepen the learning and understanding of what is needed to improve our world.
Using and exploring the technology as a way to include all kinds of stakeholders in the creative, improvement and learning processes is a core element of this series of open-classes.
What can emerge from this new approach?
You can discover it over the following dates:
28 January (15:30-16:30 GMT) (16:30-17:30 CET)
Communicating Results (Milena Stateva, Richard Allen, Laura Stock & Cristina Castellanos)
30 November (15:00 BST/16:00 CET) [PAST]
Handling Complexity (Eliat Aram, Dione Hills & Kerstin Junge)
29 September (16:00 BST/ 17:00 CET) [PAST]
A System Psychodynamic Perspective (Leslie Brissett & Giorgia Iacopini)
18 June (12:00 BST/ 13:00 CET) [PAST]
Evaluation as Reflective Practice (Camilla Child & Dione Hills) (podcast available)
More open-classes on other topics will follow, you will find them by following us on Twitter and Facebook or though our newsletter.
The Tavistock Chair in Social Science for Education and Change, is a collaboration between UNIR and Tavistock Institute that provides new ways of learning.