Sarah Bradley and Alan Webb are the co-founders and core facilitators at OpenMasters.org - a platform for community-powered and self-declared master degrees. It's an unconventional education you design for yourself around a vision of the person you want to become. On this episode, we discuss community approaches to learning, liberation, the knowledge of self, offloading the mind of a teacher, the value of unmeasurable learning and we play the future of education through the eyes of 2 imaginary progressive policymakers.
Show guest - Abhijit Sinha - a young innovator, and the founder of Project DEFY. This episode was recorded inside a nook - meaning a self-organized community learning space, hosted at Protovillage, 100 km away from Bangalore, in India. We dive into the story of project Defy, take a critical stand on the schooling system and imagine the future of education in India.
Over the last twelve years, François Taddei served as the co-founder and director of CRI Paris (Centre for Research and Interdisciplinarity) which experiments and spreads new ways of learning, teaching, conducting research and mobilizing collective intelligence in life, learning and digital sciences. We cover a wide range of subjects, from the story of CRI to collective intelligence, the future of work and the needs to question our society.