By the Coordinator of the NetEduProject Jordi Díaz-Gibson in collaboration with Peter Miller & Alan J. Daly. Ferran Adria is widely recognized as one of the best chefs in the world. As education scholars, the authors of this commentary have developed an ongoing collaborative research relationship that has drawn considerably from Adria’s approach. They suggest that this […]read more
Tag Archives: Ferran Adrià
The research group Pedagogy, Society and innovation with the support of information and communication technologies – PSITIC of the Ramon Llull University of Barcelona, It develops its research activity, training and transfer of knowledge and services, around new paradigms community socioeducacionals, inclusors and networking, and specifically on the quality and sustainability of the processes of transformation and innovation in education, with the support of the information and communication technologies and the new sociodigitals environments.
C/ Císter, 34 08022 Barcelona
SchulePLUS (www.schule-plus.de) is an online network where teachers can find excellent partners and projects for their schools. Thus, it aims to bridge the gaps between formal and non-formal education.
Sachsendamm 93, Berlin
‘The NetEdu provides a great framework while thinking about reimagining education.Their tools support us to understand how community partnership with teachers, parents, students, and community leaders play a significant role in the development and transformation of children’s lives and help them to thrive in this 21st century’.
The NetEdu community is at the forefront of advancing the field of ‘weaving thriving learning ecosystems’. And this may be the most critical purpose of our time’.
“Professionals working together do not always give rise to sustained collaboration, and collaboration does not always lead to innovation. However, when the institutional design is appropriate, and the collaborative process is properly facilitated, there is a good chance that collaborative innovation will be successful”