Webinar – practical informations


Script, v.5, 08.12.2017

Please notice, that this post contains both a timetable, the link to collaboarate and at the bottom of the post 3 questions for you to consider.

  • Starting point: 
  • On the blog Ict-based Educational Design there will be a blogpost with all needed informations including this timetable, questions, groups and names spread out on groups and the needed links to join discussions and watch videos: The link is https://open-tdm.au.dk/blogs/itdd17/
  • Link to the very central place, where all communication takes place on collaborate:


No passwords are needed to enter this room.

13.15 Getting ready:

  • Tom Gislev helps the participants on what to do. He demonstrates chat & raise your hand-functions in Collaborate and how to share screen
  • Sarah Robinson & Klaus Thestrup are ready at the screen, talking to those who arrive in collaborate
  • Moderators at their offices (Lars at the studio or Klaus´s office, Blair online)
  • Everyone check the links to the blog and comes back to collaborate

13.30 Introduction: Dewey´s school – in the future

  • Sarah Robinson & Klaus Thestrup discuss John Dewey’s text and relevance for the school for the future. To do this they present Deweys model from 1907 standing by a screen and elaborating on an existing drawing
  • All are urged to write a statement in the chat to the right. Some of these are commented by S and K.
  • Tom guides us to the next step of the webinar

 13.50 Interview with Lars Reng

  • New ways of learning. The SMILElab – Lars Reng explains. He uses a few images for us to see while he explains. (Screen?)
  • Tom guides us to the next step of the webinar: Participants are split up in break-out groups + share the screen function is explained again.
  • Links to the 4 four videos on youtube:

14.10 Group work based on the events at DOKK1

  • 4 groups
    • 1 moderator in each group: Christian Dalsgaard, Francesco Caviglia, Lars Reng (+ Klaus Thestrup), Blair Stevenson (+ Sarah Robinson)
    • Each group consist of 4 students from Aarhus University and 2-3 from OULO university. The Danish students in the single group come from the 4 teams.
    • Each group sees one video
    • Each group uses the model generated by the Aarhus students as inspiration, discussion and question development
  • Tom guides us to the next step of the webinar

15.00 Reporting back by the group moderators:

  • Each moderator reports back about max 2-3 important things that was discussed in the groups.
  • Tom guides us to the next step of the webinar

15.20 Plenary discussion:

  • A school for the future?
  • Blair Stevenson talks about what he saw and heard during the afternoon
  • Tom guides us to the next step of the webinar

15.50 Thank you and goodbye

  • Sarah & Klaus says goodbye

16.00 the webinar is done




  • Questions for the webinar:



  • What are the central competences, students need when taking part in a pedagogy for change in an unpredictable world?
    • This question is based upon the model: Pedagogy for change in an unpredictable world by Sarah Robinson (Link: https://youtu.be/eGsh5ZvqQC8)


  • How can we use creative and entrepreneurial experiences to construct global communities?
    • This question has to do with an education based on openly networked, production centered and shared purpose (Mimi Ito: https://clalliance.org/resources/mimi-ito-delivers-keynote-at-8th-annual-21st-century-learning-conference/)




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