Groningen Summer Schools 2019 2 smallThe Groningen summer schools are always research-driven and multidisciplinary, offering a wide range of perspectives. A truly international experience; last year over 1600 students from 126 different nationalities joined our courses! The Groningen academics will open up their networks for you and bring in international counterparts and external stakeholders. Groningen invites you to bring in your knowledge and ambitions and to share your experiences and questions. See https://www.rug.nl/education/summer-winter-schools/



2020 Educational Change Tartu'Educational Change in Times of Rapid Technological Innovation' is an intensive summer university programme at the University of Tartu, which aims to critically examine the development of technology-enhanced teaching and learning and stimulate conversations to re-imagine teaching as well as learning in times of the digital transformation. The rationale of the summer university is to empower people to re-imagine modern teaching practices and follow the transformation of education.



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On the 24th and 25th of September 2020, a postgraduate workshop will take place at the University of Tartu, Estonia on the following topic: Interactions between German studies and neighboring disciplines. The workshop as part of a doctoral school funded by the DAAD would like to evaluate and explore the challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinary work in German studies by looking at specific projects. (Post) PhD students from all philologies and humanities are invited, who engage in interdisciplinary interactions with German studies in their projects.



sdg4The first edition of the Summer School 'Creating a Climate for Change' in June 2019 in Groningen was a huge success. At the request of former participants we will organize a second edition in 2020.

At the Summer School 'Creating a Climate for Change' - Lecturer Edition - in Groningen from 23 till 26 August 2020 we want to share exciting and develop new ideas through series of participatory and interactive workshops. Through discussing our challenges in sustainability education, we will aim to critically analyze our experiences and share our best practices. We ask participants to bring in their cases and experiences.

Over the course of the summer school the cases may concern themes:



Groningen Summer Schools 2019 2 smallThe 3rd Interdisciplinary Summer School in Gender Studies (Groningen, 24-28 August 2020) takes its point of departure in Donna Haraway’s Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chtulucene (2016) and Judith Butler’s Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990).

The areas teachers and students will work with during this summer school, are related to the key words disturbance and intervention inspired by these path-breaking scholars. We will end the summer school with joy and engagement in the writing process.