Article by Vesa-Matti Lahti Senior Lead, Foresight and Strategy, Sitra Vesa-Matti Lahti, a friend and colleague in Helsinki, Finland, has written a wonderful piece about bildung and what an idiot one can be: https://www.sitra.fi/en/blogs/what-an-idiot-i-have-been/ Vesa-Matti has also written this great piece about the need for bildung as we are facing wicked problems: https://www.sitra.fi/en/publications/gaps-in-our-bildung/#the-secret-behind-nordic-success
The Bildung Rose is a description of society and an educational model for connecting our inner worlds to the society in which we live. Understanding the relationship between self and society is crucial because as societies become more complex, we too must change in order to survive and thrive. According to the model, societies evolve, grow and become more complex … Read More
An introduction to bildung. The Erasmus+ project BILDUNG explores bildung in adult education across Europe 2020-2021. Read the booklet online and learn more about the project here: https://eaea.org/project/bildung/?pid=15007. There is also a 5-page-version that has been translated into 13 languages. Author, Lene Rachel Andersen.
Article by Vesa-Matti Lahti Senior Lead, Foresight and Strategy, Sitra Gaps in our BildungIt is a well-known fact that solving wicked problems such as the climate crisis requires changes to lifestyle, technology and political decision-making, but in addition we need to develop our fundamental ways of thinking. Therefore, it is high time to update our conception of what is known … Read More
Now it is here: the global, online bildung blog, magazine on Medium: https://medium.com/bildung We have been working on it for a while, but now it is finally here! (Pop the Champagne!) Whenever you have an idea for an article about bildung, please feel free to drop us a note about it at – or just write the full article … Read More
By Lene Rachel Andersen OK, under normal circumstances, this would not be newsworthy, but these are not normal times. The European Bildung Days 2020 and 2021 were organized entirely online. Except for Mette and myself, who may have spent a total of 8 work days together at the Nordic Bildung office since March 2020, Sandra, Niklas, Nadja, Mette, Marc, and … Read More