2:30pm–3:30pm, Thu Feb 2, 2023
A presentation by Ingrid Geier, PhD from Salzburg University of Teacher Education, co-sponsored by the College of Education and College of Social Sciences.
The importance of transformative learning (TL) takes on a new significance. Change processes require a common view of education, society, and the environment to bring about a sustainable socio-ecological transformation. TL can contribute to educational policy at the university level. But which socio-ecological transformation processes can be implemented in educational contexts to initiate change? This presentation shows initial considerations to create learning occasions for students to think in alternatives, to develop problem-solving strategies and identify individual and collective scope for action.
Ingrid Geier is professor of Education at the University of Teacher Education Salzburg Stefan Zweig. She is head of the Department of Educational Research and School Pedagogy and teaches active-citizenship learning and effective methods of teaching and learning. Professor Geier was a Fulbright scholar and visiting professor at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, College of Social Sciences in 2019. She runs several research projects on active-citizenship learning and service-learning, social responsibility and transformative learning in higher education, always linking theory and practice.
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Location: College of Education Wist Hall 233