Panel / Experts of practice
Down to Earth

Transformatives Lernen, Lernen in Bildungslandschaften

Joachim Borner, Tiffany Deyvier, Tim Urbanek

Joachim Borner, Tiffany Düvier and Tim Urbanek talk about transdisciplinary and creative research methods, transformative learning and alternative routes to education which will be necessary for sustainable development and coping with the consequences of climate change.

  • 1 h 30 min
  • In German

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Joachim Borner teaches at the Universidad Academia de Humanismo Christiano in Chile. With the aid of transdisciplinary, artistic and transformative research methods (i.e. real life laboratories), he investigates social phenomena like the Anthropocene, sustainable development and the impacts of climate change. Joachim Borner has been heading the international summer university “Transmedia Storytelling – Climate Culture” in Germany and Chile. Furthermore, he curates and moderates communication projects like “Raumpioniere” and is the academic director of the KMGNE (Collegium for the Management and Design of Sustainable Development).

Tiffany Düvier, who graduated from Fritz-Greve-Gymnasium Malchin this year, has been involved in her school’s BNE-project (Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung, Education for Sustainable Development) since 2017. She is interested in learning more about herself in relation to the environment and in finding out how she can get involved in a meaningful way. In this context, Tiffany Düvier is especially interested in palm oil production and the resulting consequences.

Tim Jonas Urbanek is a former pupil of Fritz-Greve-Gymnasium and is currently completing a year of voluntary civic service at Kolleg für Management und Gestaltung nachhaltiger Entwicklung (KMGNE, Collegium for the Management and Design of Sustainable Development). Urbanek was involved in the Anthropocene-project at his school in Malchin and in this context, he contributed to the organisation and implementation of various events on the subjects of sustainability, ecology and regional development.