In this episode, we want to explore this question. And I will take into consideration the publication by Shelly Wimpfheimer.

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In this episode, we will discuss how those decentralised learning environments could be useful for organising your teaching.

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In the following, we will start with a description of the Toulmin model and an example. In the second part, we will draw some practical conclusions for your personal knowledge management.

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The aim of this episode is to provide practical advice on how to make university-practice partnerships work in your next projects.

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In today’s episode, I will introduce you to the field of entrepreneurship learning and education research that is primarily concerned with analyzing and reflecting on the process, conditions, contexts, and results of learning and teaching during entrepreneurial activities.

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In this episode, I will review and share with you a recent reading of Otto Scharmers' book ‘The Essentials of Theory U’ (2018).

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In today's episode, I will start with a short introduction to digitisation in social work and educational institutions before we move on to the development of digital literacy skills and the exploration of the strategic mindset "digital leadership".

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In today's episode, we will explore the social economy and have a deeper look at social enterprises that provide individual social services for the people in need of care. In particular, care workers have to deal constructively with uncertainty and insecurity, ambivalence and ambiguity.

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In this episode, we’ll be looking at how this specific medium of communication can be used more effectively by students and teachers alike. Meanwhile, we introduce a new open educational resource  to be published in a few days— the Classic Management Murder Podcast Series which is an interactive format to acquiring new knowledge about the main ideas of the classical management schools.

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