“Rebellious Teaching” is excited to announce its very first online Masterclass, “Go Rebel: Use the Collective Creativity of Groups”, hosted by conversation designer Ruben Klerkx.
The free workshop will take place on the 9th of December between 1 and 2:15 pm on Zoom. It is open to anyone curious about how to make the most out of ideas in a group setting – because the more ideas you can generate as a team, the greater your innovative power becomes! The Masterclass is also a great opportunity to explore the possibilities of online collaborations, showing that video conferences in times of a pandemic can be as interesting and inspiring – or even more so – as live meetings.
In this workshop you will learn why we share so few of our ideas, and you will experience how you can adapt your interactions to optimise exchange and sharing in groups online and offline. The result? The collective creativity and intelligence of your group/class/team increases. One thing is certain: after this workshop, your online and group sessions will look totally different! The event will be followed by a Q&A round hosted by Die Junge Akademie’s member Nausikaä El-Mecky, who leads the Rebellious Teaching project.
Both Ruben Klerkx and Nausikaä El-Mecky are available for interviews.
Date Wednesday, 9th of December between 1:00 and 2:15 pm (CET)
Partecipation Places are limited. Registration is required: diejungeakademie.de The free event will take place digitally in English via Zoom.
About Ruben Klerkx Ruben Klerkx is a Conversation Designer and Facilitator & Practitioner of Engagement & Interaction. He helps people to deal with complex situations and challenges by working on their creativity, interactions and co-creations. Ruben strongly believes that our ideas are worth gold and that we neglect our ideas too often. By creating a safe space to be yourself and practice self discovery in groups, he shows how ideas can be nurtured into an even better reality. For Ruben, it's all about people and the way they design their conversations. thecreatorscompany.com
Die Junge Akademie was founded in 2000 as the world’s first academy for outstanding young academics. Its members – who come from all academic disciplines as well as creative fields – explore the potential and limits of interdisciplinary work in new projects, aim to encourage dialogue between academia and society, and provide new impetus in discussions about scientific policy. Die Junge Akademie is supported by the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW) and the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. Its office is located in Berlin.
Die Junge Akademie Christiane Caldari-Winkler Tel.: 030-203 70-650 firstname.lastname@example.org www.diejungeakademie.de