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Learning to give power to the people | OPEN eLecture


09. Mar 2015 18:00 - 20:00
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Public participation
09. Mar 2015 18:00 - 20:00


Lecturer

Jeroen de Vries (NL) in collaboration with Frans van den Goorbergh

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Teaching Landscape Architecture eLecture series | March OPEN eLecture

OPEN eLECTURE - open for LNI members and non-members

Teaching Landscape Architecture series - teachers for teachers
Monday evenings 18:00-19:30 CET
Moderation by Elke MERTENS & Nilgul KARADENIZ

--- Lecturer---
Jeroen de Vries in collaboration with Frans van den Goorbergh
--- Title ---
Learning to give power to the people: competences for students and young professionals
--- Subtitle ---
Teaching skills for participation of the public for
landscape architecture

--- Summary ---
Participation of the public is a hot subject because the public is becoming more aware of their right to influence policies, design, management and maintenance. Many national and local governments have a policy to stimulate public participation. It is a challenge to create learning environments similar to situations in practice, because of the complexity of the participation process and the various factors and actors influencing the situation.
In the VHL landscape programme students learn to build upon the motivation of residents and make use of different toolkits for participation. The education programme is focussed on organising the creative process, and developing imagination and structuring and presenting the outcomes within a given framework and offering various approaches. The landscape architecture course organizes teaching in participation processes and creates, within the context of external projects, a powerful and inspiring learning environment for students to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge. Improving this part of the programme is a contiuous effort.

--- Jeroen de Vries CV Abstract ---
Educated as a landscape architect at Wageningen University with a specialisation in landscape design and landscape ecology. He combines working as a professional practitioner with education.

His personal mission is to foster quality of outdoor space by consultancy, education and research especially by promoting sustainability and ecological quality.

Partner of the DG Groep in Boskoop, which is an office that advices on strategic and management plans for green areas, final designs, quality of open space and GIS applications for management of green areas.

At Van Hall Larenstein he carries out applied research. Subjects are enhancing biodiversity by design of metropolitan landscapes (Design for Biodiversity),a research project on sustainable, multi-layer and multifunctional projects (Het Nieuwe Maaiveld) and a research project on international competences for landscape development. Currently he is chair of the Examination Board of Landscape Architecture and co-ordinates international collaboration.

Comittee work
past member of the executive committee of the Netherlands Association of Landscape Architecture (NVTL).
Working group of Sustainable Urban Planning and co-author of the book Sustainable Urban Planning.
Past president of ECLAS
Steering committee of LE:NOTRE, EU-funded thematic network for teaching and research in the field of landscape architecture

eLecture Series

Teaching Landscape Architecture Series - teachers for teachers

09. Mar 2015 18:00 - 20:00

Language(s)

english

Event Type

eLecture

Language(s)

english

Contact Person

Elke Mertens, Nilgl Karadeniz

Related to Channel(s)

Landscape Design
Landscape Planning

Related to Neighbouring Disciplines(s)

Not related to any LE:NOTRE Neighbouring Discipline

Related to Project Group(s)

Not related to any LE:NOTRE Project Group

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