Schumacher College has over the last 20 years developed a distinctively transformative educational model, with a focus on interactive, experiential and participatory learning. This involves providing stimulation for ‘head, heart and hands’.
Key elements of the pedagogical approach include community living and working, valuing trans-disciplinary approaches and different types of knowledge (analytical, intuitive, sensory, perception and emotional).
We will meet once per module in three different places of the Iberian Peninsula to give heart and hands to our intentional learning community.
From Thursday evening to Sunday afternoon we will explore the material of each module with tutors and facilitators within the landscape of Albayda Centre in Cordoba, Spain; Vale da Lama in Algarve, Portugal; and Posada del Valle in Asturias, Spain.