The melody of our future

Pause. Reset. Redesign. Corona is good for so much more than getting sick!

by Jutta Goldammer

Corona has been around so much longer than we suspected: According to an entry by Johann Gottfried Walther in the Musical Lexicon from 1732, Corona, Coronata is a musical sign, which means “general silence or a general pause. (…) You also need it in an round to notice the place where all the voices can come to rest if you want to close.”

Corona has been around so much longer than we suspected: According to an entry by Johann Gottfried Walther in the Musical Lexicon from 1732, Corona, Coronata is a musical sign, which means “general silence or a general pause. (…) You also need it in a round to notice the place where all the voices can come to rest if you want to close.”

How about if we used this crisis to pause until all the voices came to rest? Until the song that we have been playing up to now has ceased, that song that has got caught in endless loops of bigger, faster, more of the same?

How about if we listened to the silence for a while and hearken what kind of new song is coming to us from the future – in an attitude of curious discovery, of not-yet-knowing, in an attitude of a beginner’s mind that dares to question everything and think everything possible?

How would it be if we then tuned a new melody in a crowd improvisation, one that arises because we listen to each other, also consider quiet tones and advance together into the terra incognita of a song that fills all musicians and listeners with deep joy, a song that is vibrant and uplifting? A song we can be proud to be part of the ensemble?

How would this song sound? What would the chorus tell? Which world would it make resonate, which realities would conjure up? How would it differ from the current melody? And: Which instrument would you play?

“We will not go back to normal.
Normal never was.

Our pre-corona existence was not normal
other than we normalized greed, inequity,
exhaustion, depletion, extraction, disconnection,
confusion, rage, hoarding, hate and lack.

We should not long to return, my friends.
We are being given the opportunity
to stitch a new garment.
One that fits all of humanity and nature.”

Sonya Renee Taylor

Helpful resources for pausing and musical crowd improvisation:

1. Come to rest

You are juggling home office, homeschooling, home-kindergartening, fending off your corporate bankruptcy, and the flood of information about Corona and you ask yourself with red-rimmed eyes from endless video conferences, how in the world we can speak of this being a time to calm down? Let us assist you here:

2. Design the melody of your life

We have designed a reflection canvas for you here, with which you can perceive the existing and new melodies of your life and the world around you. It will help you find out what is out of rhythm and what should set the tone in your life in the future. Download here for free the canvas and a step-by-step guide with helpful questions that will lead you through this design process.

3. Become part of the crowd improvisation process

Here you will find suggestions on how you can become part of this crowd improvisation process beyond the conscious shaping of your life, and how you can get involved in shaping the future from your living room in the #stayhome period:

4. Other inspiring contributions, why it is important to shape the future beyond the corona crisis and what it could look like (Articles in German):

Online Future Forge

Design the future with collective creativity and wisdom – join in as an initiator or co-creator

Do you have a great idea for the world but you still don’t know exactly how to realize it? Have you started a project that faces the challenges of our time, but you got stuck somehow? Then apply here as an initiator in for one of our free online Futures Forges. Together with you, we adapt the two-hour virtual workshop format so that the concentrated imagination and expertise of the co-creators invited will bring great benefit to you and your project.

Apply here until June 23rd

Zukunftsschmiede Ideengeber

Wann möchtest du Hilfe bekommen? Deine Chancen steigen, wenn du flexibel bist. (Uhrzeit CEST)
When do you want to get help? Your chances are higher to get in when you are flexible. (time CEST)


Do you enjoy supporting others by solving tricky problems and getting involved with your creativity and experience? Would you like to experience an inspiring online workshop format Visionautik style? Then join one of our online Future Forges as a co-creator.  You can register here:

Register as co-creator

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COP moving forward

10th Anniversary of the Hosting Transformation Community

Co-initiated by us in 2012, the Transformation Hosts International network supports change agents and transformative educational institutions with collegial exchange, conferences, research projects, visibility and practical tips.  In addition to theory and practice talks and Erasmus+ synchronization, we cordially invite you to the online anniversary party, where we also celebrate the relaunch of the Hosting Transformation website. Look forward to multi-sensory, interactive delights and opportunities to meet other awake friends of Transformation.

Friday 21.1. 18.00-20.00 CET in our Zoom-room 5776776777 Password: launch

Alchemy of Transformation #1 – Cohesion

Ingredients for Successful Transformation Processes – online and offline

Even though alchemy is said to have the power to turn lead into gold and to perform other outstanding refining processes, the choice of basic ingredients is of paramount importance. In this series “Alchemy of Transformation – how to boost transformation processes online and offline” we will share our insights from 65 online experiments and interviews and 10 practitioner exchange sessions carried out in our European research project “Online Transformative Learning” as well as our long experience of impactful offline transformation processes.

We first present some significant basic ingredients of successful transformation processes. In later episodes we will look at the more complex interplay and the right mix ratios in process facilitation, programme design, choice of methods, software and evaluation.

Cohesion despite diversity. Relief in Indianapolis, Photo: Andrew Seaman

Alchemy of Transfromation #1 – Cohesion

Every major social challenge has the potential to unite or divide. Every really big challenge needs cooperation, relying on each other, standing up for each other in order to be able to overcome it, especially if the challenges involve transformation, because the desired state is still unknown and associated with uncertainty. Then it needs both the emotional support for the key players and a thorough understanding of what a new desirable state should look like.

But there are those pesky people who have completely different opinions. If only they thought or acted like us, we would have a whole lot less problems! So? Have you ever caught yourself thinking this way? As a vaccination supporter, as a vaccination opponent, as a climate activist, or, or, or? I have and I am not proud of it.

For some months now I have been noticing how impulses of separation and division in and through media, different social groups, families and friendships create discord and make common action more difficult.

I invite you to join me on a journey of exploration to find out where and how we can strengthen cohesion and promote constructive togetherness in these wild times – as a family member, as a citizen of our country, our municipality, as an inhabitant of this planet.

In this first part of the series “Alchemy of Transformation”, I want to share with you ideas about how to build bridges and promote cohesion. They are a mix of self-experiments, experiences from the Visionautik Akademie, insights from interviews, discoveries from people who inspire me and curiously explorative claims. Try out what inspires you and help strengthen connections, nurture a culture of cohesion and overcome mental gaps in your surroundings. Any suggestions that don’t seem plausible or appropriate for you, just feel free to throw them overboard!

Building bridges with curiosity

Neugier hilft Brücken bauen und Gräben überwinden.

Curiosity helps build bridges and overcome barriers. Photo: Carl Newton

Curiosity is a miracle elixir. Curiosity helps to venture into unknown territory, even if it scares you. Curiosity, or let’s say: genuine interest in what the other person has to say, opens doors and hearts, even of people who are completely different from us. What helps is to park one’s own concepts for a while and to be benevolently amazed at how the other person comes to completely different perceptions and conclusions through his or her own personal mix of experiences and situation. What also helps is not to judge – neither the other person, nor oneself and one’s possibly unpleasant feelings that arise. Both sometimes really cost a lot of overcoming, especially when the other triggers your own pain points or questions your world view. You can be proud if you succeed anyway. Give the people around you the gift of turning towards them with honest interest and listening to their ideas, views, concerns and hopes. You will be surprised how a personal closeness can develop in this way, even if you have completely different opinions.

Filling the world with benevolence

Kindness is a Superpower.

Kindness is a Superpower. Photo: Andrew Thornebrooke

We live in a time of massive uncertainty and it is not surprising that many people are overwhelmed by it and cling to straws and scapegoats. The social practices of yesterday are being radically called into question in many fields right now. What was considered secure yesterday no longer counts – who doesn’t get stressed about that!

What would it be like to look at people who are acting narrow-minded and incomprehensible right now with a gentle, loving, benevolent eye, as we do with someone who has had a rough day, and instead of accusing them or proselytizing, consider how we might relieve their stress and insecurity? What specifically might help bring that benevolence into everyday life, professional life, learning spaces?

Creating spaces of safety

One of the most important tools that has emerged in guiding our visionautic participants through uncertainties is to create an atmosphere in which everyone is allowed to be who they are and everyone is welcomed, seen and heard. How powerful the so-called “Psychological Safety” is, has been found out by Google in their research project “Aristotle”. You can read more about this in the next part “Alchemy of Transformation” about trust. This also includes allowing ourselves and others to express feelings – even unpleasant feelings that scare us and that we would like to remove as quickly as possible. There is no need to happen much with those feelings – just allowing ourselves to really feel them often works wonders. There are a number of helpful tools and settings for such emotional hygiene, such as Conscious Discharge, as explained here by emotion expert and author Vivian Dittmar (in german). If you don’t yet have an environment that accommodates such a practice, you can use the online discharge platform here. You can also get inspired by our photo series “10 tips for more stability in your life”, to find out what can ground you and make you feel safe.

Providing places of half-bakedness

Experimental Spirit in Jean Tinguely “Le Transport”, 1963. Photo by Jmersina

Let’s admit it openly – to many problems of our times we still have no satisfactory solution. How could we? In the complexity in which health, ecosystems, the behavior of humans and other living beings are interwoven and in which consequences of actions are reflected only far into the future, groping, experimentation and trial and error are needed. Instead, there is often an obvious or unspoken pressure hanging in the air expecting to take clear positions, to hold the most mature, well-reasoned opinions possible, and to be totally sure about them – in political shows, in schools, universities, or private discussion groups. The consequence? Gaps in knowledge are concealed, insecurities are covered up, and once opinions have been formed, it is difficult to back away from them without losing countenance. How wonderful would it be if there were more of these places, where half-baked things can be discussed and moved on together, where people are allowed to approach a topic without already having an opinion on it, spaces for searching, groping, researching, an explicit culture of trial and error and not knowing, of which failure, dead ends and misconceptions are an inevitable part.

Making peace with uncertainty

Tastend durch unsicheres Gelände.

Groping through uncertain terrain. Photo: Lorenz Kerscher

A good foundation for such places is a friendly and relaxed approach to uncertainty. Uncertainty has become an integral part of our lives. We have outgrown the doubtful paradise of a society with fixed statuses, inherited professions and firmly established role patterns, and of course we don’t want to go back there. The flip side, however, is that we have endless choices and thus endless opportunities to make decisions that we later regret. It is much more challenging to navigate the vast sea of possibilities than it is to ride a streetcar that follows the rails of ancestors or authorities.

Unlike fear, which speeds up action and blocks thorough thinking, uncertainty is a warning signal, which invites us to go slowly and carefully: “Watch out, here comes something unknown, something new, here you won’t get anywhere with routines.” Uncertainty thus invites us to go our way in an alert and conscious manner. This is a quality that promotes innovation and is an appropriate state in times of not knowing. Highly recommended on this topic are books and lectures by philosopher Natalie Knapp, well summarized e.g. in this video “Why our uncertainty is helpful” . In addition, it is helpful to strengthen your own foothold. Helpful questions might be: What can I rely on? What holds me together at the core and where do I fall apart? What is still valid for me when everything falls away? What gives me strength and support? What makes me feel safe?

Rituals of letting go the old and welcoming the new

Begrüßung des Neuen Jahres.

Welcoming the New Year. Photo: Noah Eleazar

You probably just celebrated New Year’s Eve in one way or another, one of many rituals from the old to the new that help charge change with dignity, gratitude and anticipation. At Visionautik Academy, we are big fans of rituals, whether they are rites of passage such as firewalking and arrow breaking or forgiveness rituals such as ho’o pono pono. They provide clarity and strengthen the bond between those involved. How can such rituals build bridges and strengthen cohesion? Well, forgiveness rituals break down dividing walls and reopen for a new encounter, even when they are one-sided. Rituals of letting go and welcoming the new can enrich our communication culture in many ways, e.g. in a controversial discussion everyone could sacrifice an old thought and celebrate a new one, thus helping to make it easier to engage with each other’s thoughts and mature together in the discussion. I’m sure you can think of many other ways how letting go and welcoming the new can make your work or learning spaces freer and easier.

Conscious use of words and images

Wörter und Bilder bewusst wählen.

Consciously choose words and images. Photo: Glen Carrie 

Many images used in everyday life, in politics and in the media emphasize the divisive, reinforce an “us and them”, sometimes downright incite groups against each other and feed fears and blame. In his article “Genug gespalten (divided enough)” in the Frankfurter Rundschau, author Fabian Scheidler vividly describes the mechanisms that are triggered by this and how important it is to address issues that we can only tackle together instead of engaging in trench warfare. It is worthwhile both to listen very carefully and to examine what is conveyed to us consciously or unconsciously between the lines through these images. And it is also worthwhile to observe ourselves: When do I use terms and images that divide and sow discord, and when do I ensure that reconciliation and togetherness can arise through the way I think or speak? Perhaps you find the following time-tested concept helpful for this self-observation: It is attributed to Socrates, but also appears among the Sufis and the Quakers – with different names: the 3 questions, the 3 sieves, or the 3 gates that the information must pass through in order to proof valuable to be spoken out: Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?

Connecting through a change of perspective

Change of perspective. Photo: Meriç Tuna

The classic change of perspective that helps to create connections is empathizing with one’s counterpart, thereby dealing more gently and lovingly with what bothers us about the other. Especially helpful in our work at Visionautik Akademie, but also in private conflicts, has been jumping to a kind of bird’s eye view, such as with the Harvard concept, which breaks away from positions and asks about the interest behind them, e.g. what is the need behind the desire not to wear a mask, drive an SUV, gossip about others, etc.? Most of the time it is much easier than the position to understand the need behind it and moreover it opens up manifold possibilities to satisfy these needs in different ways that might cause less conflict or disturbance.

Try it out

Reject Division.

Reject Division. Photo: Sarah Ardin 

I’d love you to join in the effort to overcome division and weld us inhabitants of this planet together to celebrate our existence and collectively meet our challenges ahead. I am curious to hear about your experiences!

A brilliant start to the anniversary year

Looking back at 2020

Looking back at 2020

2020 has been gentle on us. Of course, there was a lot that we, like others, missed. What hurt us most was postponing our long-term leadership and incubator program ‘Visionautikum’. We love working in direct contact with people and we were really missing this. We have also suspended or redesigned our salons of courage and a few other events. In return, we had the time to develop some new online formats that would otherwise not have existed, such as the Future Forges. These are short collaborative innovation sprints that allowed us able to give a number of future projects a boost, such as the social business “Foodprint” from an international group of students.

But above all, we have experienced – without having planned it beforehand or suspecting it – that many parts of our work have proven to be extremely crisis-proof and pandemic-compatible. We have been working on international projects for years, with partners across Europe and the USA. Therefore, we were already well-practiced in dealing with video conferencing, creative remote work, using real-time collaboration tools, building trust online and leading virtual teams, dealing with time differences, and a lot more, so that the switch to online activities was very easy for us. Some of our projects could simply continue as planned, such as the EU project “Building Capacity for Transformative Learning”, in which the book “A transformative Edge” was created, a joint effort by over 40 authors from all over the world. Or the project “Blended Adult Learning for the Social-Ecological Transition”, which will still continue this year.

Nonetheless, we too made a huge leap in running online workshops that went way beyond how we have been working in recent years. We have greatly expanded our repertoire on how to conduct online workshops in a creative and varied way, how to enable deep encounters and meaningful conversations, and how to ensure that the participants can contribute even to multi-day conferences full of energy and fun. We were sometimes surprised by how much community, fun and trust can arise without real encounters and how many possibilities there are to hold a conference without constantly sitting in front of the screen. We especially learned a lot from the moderation of two multi-day online conferences – a team workshop for the project “X-Topien” and the kick-off of our EU project “Hosting Empowerment”. We had the luxury of having two very experimental groups in front of us who got involved with a remarkable openness, from systemic constellation over bodywork to an online spa.

Still, we were able to hold a few live events that we particularly enjoyed: a train-the-trainer seminar in Croatia, a team-building workshop for a new project team, a firewalk in Austria, a Salon of Courage, and the Event “Learning Future” with the presentation of the new book. Here you can find some retrospective photos.



by Jutta Goldammer

with best wishes for the new year, we joyfully hand over our futuromat, which will help you to get rid of everything old, annoying and outdated and to transform it into what you want for the new year from the bottom of your heart. It’s very simple: Insert your old stuff, press the button and let yourself be enveloped by the steaming clouds of your dreams and desires, which smell of winter air, roasted chestnuts and crunching snow. They will accompany you through the new year and remind you at exactly the right moment what is really important to you and what you actually wanted.

I admit, this machine was born out of a longing that I am a little embarrassed about. I move in a world in which it is cool, yes, indispensable, to be agile, flexible and tolerant of ambiguity, to think in a interconnected, systemic and open-ended manner and to recognize complexity, uncertainties and unpredictability. A machine like the Futuromat, in which one comes from state A via a clearly defined process B to a desired result C, is too linear, too mechanistic, too simple. It is completely clear to me that we cannot meet the challenges of our time with a mechanistic worldview and that we cannot master them with a linear logic of thought.

And yet I am sometimes exhausted by so much complexity, uncertainty and unpredictability. Stressed out that I had to convert a seminar into a multi-day online conference within a weekend due to a short-term lockdown. Confused while shaping the future because I am aware that only in retrospect the effect of my actions will turn out to be a blessing or a curse. Overwhelmed by the many possible influences that have to be considered. And then I feel a deep longing for simplicity, for stability, predictability, security. In the past year I permitted myself this need and made the most amazing discoveries:

Islands of stability

In order not to drown in the endless sea of uncertainties, it often doesn’t take so much. Small islands of stability help gain strength and then plunge back into the thundering waves. In my experience, grandmothers have a special talent for creating such islands. Places where you can arrive and just be who you are without being judged. Add a steaming cup of tea and the island is ready. Even if I hopefully have a few years left before I become a grandmother myself, in the last year I have learned to be this island for many people. Just by calming myself down. On the plane it is said that should you put on the oxygen mask first and only then help the others. That’s exactly what I did. Surrounded by tension and buzzing nervousness, I repeatedly took care of my own calm and stability and was surprised how immediate the effect was not only for myself: Without pushing or doing anything extra, my counterpart’s panic and insecurity transformed into calm and confidence. It worked with people who were afraid of Corona, with crying babies and with deadlocked teams.

Support leg & free leg

Stability and security do not contradict an agile, creative, free-thinking mind, but rather strengthen it. As a tango dancer, I know how valuable a stable support leg is to make dynamic swings and embellishments easily with the free leg. I found out that this doesn’t just apply to dancing. In our innovation processes, we learned that an atmosphere of trust in which everyone could feel safe, as well as a defined methodological framework with fixed times and a clear focus, were most important. The freer and further the participants’ dared to think and develop all the more. Many pioneering artists and thinkers also created stabilizing fix points in their lives with the help of rituals and habits. For example Immanuel Kant established an almost pedantically structured, exactly repeating daily routine which allowed him to maximize the freedom of his philosophical thinking.

Clearing out your life

How can the need for simplification be satisfied without negating complexity? The focus on what is really, really, important to one, as the philosopher and founder of the New Work movement Frithjof Bergman puts it so beautifully, helps to let go of all insignificant. It helps to say no and to recognize clear paths in the maze of a thousand possibilities. What is worth living and fighting for? What is it that still counts when everything collapses? Whom and what needs to be protected, wherever the world or my life is heading for? For whom and for what is it worthwhile to continue in times of dry spells? Which of my actions are indispensable? Really indispensable? I found the last year very supportive for this exploration: Less activities out of habit, fewer courtesy meetings, more intensive contact with few people and more often the question “Is what I plan to do now really important?”

No matter where your life will lead you to in this new year, how many imponderables and storms your path may encounter and how many risks you will dare to take – we at the Visionautik Academy wish you that you can go through this year with confidence, that you will always again encounter islands of stability to hold on to and recharge, that your supporting leg and your free leg are in good balance and that you are accompanied by the certainty: This feels right!

10 tips for more stability in your life

1. Play with little childrenImmerse yourself in the here and now and allow yourself moments in which the world can be very simple.
2. Create rituals that give you stabilty Which small, uncomplicated ritual could help you to strengthen the rhythm in your day or to support you in typical situations of unrest? Define it and decide to try it out for a month or so – no matter if you feel like it at that specific moment or not.
3. Cook a grounding dish from Ayurvedic cuisine Golden Milk Almond Smoothie
6 recipes to harmonize “Vata”
6 Rezeptvorschläge für das Vata Dosha (Deutsch)4. Explore your personal stabilizing anchorsWhat gives you security? What relaxes you when you’re upset? Is it a certain place, people, activities, objects, certainties, memories or thoughts? Make a list of possible first aid measures to help you get hold of these anchors.5. Remind yourself that you are not alone even if your path leads into the unknown. You have many allies, whether you know them or not. Let the Keep Going On song strengthen you.
Surround yourself with benevolence. Be picky about what you feed your mind with.
Keep going song
6. Find out what you are ready to let go of Put it in thought in the shredder of the Futuromat. Or write it down and destroy it. Affirm the moment of release with a deep sigh.
7. Set an intention Distill what is really, really important to you and what serves as a compass. Write it down. Personalize in thought the clouds of your Futuromat that will accompany you this year. Affirm this act with a big, dangerous smile, which signals to the world: “If I have to, I am ready to fight for it!”.8. Do a grounding meditation A selection of guided meditations for grounding, rooting and centering:
Relaxing the nervous system in gravity (in German)

Click Here9. Focus on people who do you good, listen to encouraging news and don’t believe everything you think. Only take in as much indigestive news as you can really process – you are not serving anyone, if you are well informed, but full of despair that drains your power to act.
Play with small children. Immerse yourself in the here and now and allow yourself moments in which the world is very simple.
10. Dance for your lifeAnd last but not least, we recommend our favorite remedy that works at all times for all situations: dance!e.g. Henning Wehland: Tanz um dein LebenThanks!Thanks for the photos to David von Diemar, Sophie Walker, Michal Parzuchowski, Nathan Dumlao, Tabitha Turner, Jamie Street, Bruce Kee, Estée Janssens and Tim Marshall.

Thank you for all the good inspiration as well as meditations, recipes and music – you can find the links to the people to whom we owe them at the respective place!
Danke für die Fotos von David von Diemar, Sophie Walker, Michal Parzuchowski, Nathan Dumlao, Tabitha Turner, Jamie Street, Bruce Kee, Estée Janssens and Tim Marshall.

Book launch 31.8.

An evening in a world of joyful learning – with inspirations, activities, book launch, and insider stories from educational pioneers. 


Event and Booklaunch for educational pioneers and changemakers

Let yourself be carried away during this evening into a world of joyful learning – with inspirations, activities, and insider stories from educational pioneers. Meet people who are pursuing new ways of teaching, co-create with them bold educational worlds, and relish experiments of pleasurable forms of learning. Some of the 40 authors of the book „A transformative edge“ will be present and will invite you to conversations and treats from the book. With Transformatorium, Waffles of Change, Try out Tent, Transformation Garden, and the chance to get a free copy of the book. After a long time of online events, this will be our first event with real contact – naturally corona-conform, in the fresh air, with social proximity and spatial distance :-).

Get inspired and co-create the future of learning.

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We are happy to host this event in a real place of transformation: In the Prinzessinnengärten, which – together with the “Kiez-Chapel” – resurrected an old cemetery in Neukölln. Now it is a lively community meeting place for the neighborhood and an experimental space for learning with nature.


Languages: German and English with translation where needed.

Participation in the event is free thanks to Erasmus funding. Donations that support our work are welcome.


The challenges of our time – from interaction amongst us humans to deal with nature – demand to find and tread new paths how we live, do business, work, meet each other, and how we think. How can we learn to treat ourselves and our planet differently? How can we transform ourselves personally and as a society? What does learning for a sustainable society look like? How can we, instead of fear scenarios and compulsion, use and strengthen curiosity, creativity, and the desire to contribute as impulses for development?

The Visionautik Akademie has been pursuing these questions since it was founded in 2008, by accompanying social entrepreneurs and visionaries and by researching and experimenting with methods to learn and innovate.

The concept of transformative learning according to Jack Mezirow has highly inspired us and so we have worked intensively with it for the last two years as part of an Erasmus project. Together with 4 European partner organizations we grappled and further developed it, collected, and tried out transformative methods. The result, among other things, is “A Transformative Edge”, a book with personal stories, knowledge, inspiration, and a comprehensive collection of approaches and methods of transformative learning. 

It is a pleasure for us to share these treasures with you and to offer you a few samples to try out yourself 🙂 – on the 150th birthday of the educational pioneer Maria Montessori, in a place that continuously transforms death into life!

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Webinar Transformative Learning

Webinar Lively Transformative Learning

for trainers, teachers, facilitators and coaches

We cordially invite you to our interactive train-the-trainer webinar “Lively Transformative Learning”. In this 4-hour free online event we will give you a nutritious concentrate of the results from our EU project “Building Capacity for Transformative Learning”. Learn backgrounds and useful practical knowledge about transformative learning, reflect on your work and connect with other people from this field.


June 20, 2020, 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. (CEST) German
July 25, 2020, 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. (CEST) English

Where: You will receive a link to the video conference when you register

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