LED Online Seminar Assignments 2021
The activitites of this seminar are strongly linked to the processes of the local LED2LEAP Living Labs.
A LED2LEAP Living Lab can happen anywhere. What you need is a group of people interested in advancing democratic landscape transformations within a local community. Your then need to find a community/NGO or local group to work with, and identify a landscape democracy challenge you want to tackle and impact through your work.
During the seminar, we will accompany you with theory reflection, methodical guidance, case studies and transnational reflection sessions.
Our transnational reflection sessions give you the opportunity to discuss the interim results of your LED2LEAP Living Lab Process:
Please distribute the readings within your team
- Schneidewind, Uwe et al (2016): Pledge for a Transformative Science - A conceptual framework
- Council of Europe (2000):The European Landscape Convention
- Landscape Convention Contribution to human rights, democracy and sustainable development (Council of Europe, 2018)
- Editors Shelley Egoz, Karsten Jørgensen, Deni Ruggeri (2018): Defining Landscape Democracy (introductory chapter)
- LED Team (2019):Landscape Education for Democracy (Chapters 1-3, InBo Special Issue)
- Kühne, Olaf (2015): Landscape Concepts
- Kühne, Bruns et al: Landscape Culture - Culturing Landscapes
- Hester, Randolph (2006): Design for Ecological Democracy
- Wilson, Barbara (2020): Disorientation as a Learning Objective
Assignment - April 21, 2021: Who is your community? We reflect on your conceptual community maps.
- May 12, 2021: Participatory analysis and assessment: We reflect on your process of understanding landscape assets and challenges
- June 2, 2021: Collaborative goal setting and visioning: How did this work out with the community?
- June 23, 2021: Co-Design and Transformation: Which ideas came out? Which small changes could you implement?
- July 7, 2021: Evaluation and Future Agendas: Here we reflect on the impact of your LAB activities and potential future agendas for your communities.