On the 1st of June 2017 STAK participated at the annual meeting of the Danish University Colleges at Koldingfjord Hotel. The program was filled with a lot of interesting information regarding 21st century skills in a Danish educational context, presented elegantly by AU professor Ole Sejer Iversen. Although the day provided some important educational questions, we also had to say goodbye to the official chairman of the board Harald Mikkelsen who retired.
The meeting was not only filled with educational speeches and debates but also our very own educational game STAKÅNDET, which became the catalyst for both critical reflection and a lot of fun and laughter.
Through STAKÅNDET we tried to convey the feeling of being a Danish student in the 21st century. A student who isn't really able to predict the future of his/her's very own way through the educational system and who has to face the constant battle of trying to fit the ever-changing requirements.
A problematic, which almost any student of today can relate to. The game raised great awareness and underlined why 21st century skills would be greatly beneficial in making the students more equipped for the constant changes of society.
In order to secure the meeting went smoother, the programme was carried out with the assistance of Anja Bo as moderator, who also participated in STAKÅNDET as a journalist alongside our very own journalist Klein. The program ended with Carsten Koch summarizing the main points and the most important parts of the day, before he invited all the guests for a drink on the terrace.