Teaching Graphic Facilitation at the Teachers College

Nanna and I spend the morning last Tuesday with a couple of teachers students, exploring the potential of using Graphic Facilitation in their study and work with students in the primary and secondary school.

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What does good collaboration look like in practice?

Here is a photo from a harvest poster I made at visionary workshop with Monica Nissen and Toke Paludan Møller (http://www.interchange.dk/) in Hvidovre yesterday.
Lot’s of public institution working with youth are being gathered in one building, so what kind of collaboration do they want to nurture in this new location – That was the question and the answers and ideas were plenty.
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WORKSHOP TEL AVIV

19 curious, courageous souls diving in to the art and practice of Graphic Facilitation.

Heschel Sustainability center had taken the initiative to bring me to Israel for the first Graphic Facilitation training in Tel Aviv. The first day was hosted at the HUB a great co-working space for social entrepreneurs and such.
Looking forward to follow the newborn network of doodlers and very much hoping to be back in the beautiful city of Tel Aviv, rather sooner than later.

WORKSHOP & UN-CONFERENCE IN CAIRO

Building capacity in the green and sustainability networks in Cairo and beyond.

Nanna Frank and I ( http://www.toolsforschools.dk/ ) were invited to do a 3 day training in Graphic Facilitation and Visual Communication in the ICEcairo ( http://icecairo.com ) network in Cairo last week. We worked with a great group of designers, architects, consultants and entrepreneurs and had the pleasure of following their development, as some of the participants volunteered to help us in the making of a big visual harvest of the 2 day Un-conference ‘Green Cities’ that followed the training. The conference was about knowledgesharing and collaboration for sustainability and how we can be the sustainable change we want to see in Cairo and Egypt in general. I am exited to follow the development, and looking very much forward to come back and work with you guys again.

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