KAOSPILOT AUSTRALIAN MASTERCLASS 2018 - The Art & Craft of designing and facilitating learning spaces

11th - 13th April

Huddle

Level 4, 45 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

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KAOSPILOT, the alternative business, design and leadership school in Denmark are presenting their highly acclaimed 3 day masterclass in both Melbourne and Sydney, in collaboration with Huddle, Sydney Design School and the College of Event Management.

Facilitated by Simon Kavanagh and Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius, these masterclasses, available for the first time in Australia, are designed to enable educators, program directors, trainers and consultants to explore experiential ways of learning, in order to inspire and facilitate creativity, engagement, innovation and the taking of calculated risks.

To reserve your place (numbers are limited to 24), register your interest or ask any questions, please email Simon directly at simonk@kaospilot.dk

Course dates:
11th, -13th April

Course investment:
AU $950 as part of ed2ed, public and not for profit
AU $1950 for private (non-ed) participants, consultants or trainers

A great learning opportunity if you are:

  • A teacher who is progressive and ready to explore new models for designing and delivering education and learning strategies
  • A teacher who would like a methodology that has far more reaching educational outcomes to help anchor the information inside their school / college
  • A person who designs new education at under and post grad level, who would like to introduce authentic change makers, entrepreneurs and leaders into their society.
  • A 'new' program designer who is open to fresh and inspiring ideas and approaches.
  • An organisational consultant, process facilitator or trainer who wants to explore how to design more experience based and authentic leadership workshops.

What you can expect to learn:

  • About team-based pedagogy, group dynamics and team building methods to establish strong peer-to-peer, shared learning environments that increases student engagement.
  • How to design, lead and facilitate transformational programs, learning spaces, experiences and strategies.  
  • How to establish effective frames that promote multiple pathways to learning, so that all students are engaged and successful.
  • How to run creative processes, exploring ideas and innovation using effective and fun brainstorming techniques, rapid prototyping and working with problem solving through design thinking practices.
  • About the hidden potential in practical and class-team work for the development student skills such as personal expression and values, leadership, collaboration and how to integrate them into curriculum design, daily lesson plans and a classroom environment which promotes stretch zones, risk taking, creativity and reflection.
  • The importance of open dialogue with students around transparent and proactive planning and learning agreements, supporting personal educational commitment.

Added value post completion of the course:
Each participant is invited to join the Alumni network on LinkedIn; as well as having privileged access to all workbooks, posters, tools, videos, Kaospilot presentations, and a full gamut of reading / reference materials through DropBox.