On-site: Organising intensive study programmes
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|On-site: Organising Intensive Study Programmes|
|Even though the CO-LAND Online Seminar enables goal-oriented and successful learning, both synchronous and asynchronous, for a target group of almost any size, on-site workshops offer unique and unrepeatable experiences. For students as well as teachers of spatial planning and design, these experiences are irreplaceable, especially when dealing with a topic like coastal landscapes.|
|To justify the high travel expenses with their predominantly negative climatic and ecological effects, the on-site workshops must offer learning and teaching experiences whose quality can never be achieved online. These are in particular the direct physical and psychological perception of the landscape and its complexity, the contact with the people, their everyday life, their language and local as well as the social contact with other learners and teachers.|
- Participants and people involved
This section is explaining the selection process of the participating students.
- Preparing the workshop
The on-site workshop preparations include setting up the workshop environment, contacting local stakeholders, identifying focus areas and themes, organising accommodation and working space, as well as drafting schedule, programme and a detailed manual.
- Implementing the activities
Activities are implemented according to the model of the group working process.