The Regenerative Education Podcasts – Planting the seeds of change

Last month the first of three microseasons of The Regenerative Education Podcast has been published on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. In each episode, one om my PhDs, Bas van den Berg who is director of education of the Mission Zero centre of expertise at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, engages with a leading practitioner, professor, teacher, and/or activist that is trying to connect their educational practice to making the world a more equitable, sustainable and regenerative place.

The podcast aims to discover the design dispositions and elements of a regenerative education for the ecological university. An ecological approach to education that nurtures the appropriate participation in the healing of places and self in times of socio-ecological crisis. Bas van de Berg did a remarkeable job in pooling together a great group of people who provide wonderful insights in how to create cultures and forms of education, teaching and learning that can help create a world that is more sustainable than the one currenty in prospect.

Bas interviewed me in the third podcast of season one, titled planting the seeds of change. This link will take you to the 40 minute interview that took place in July via Zoom: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3QgZ7K2xGlBf6FGON3AU1t

You can also visit any of the sites below for the entire Podcast Series

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