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  • Image of VISION BACKCASTING (reusable) FRAMEWORK
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How to design transformational education & package the pursuit of knowledge

Introduction:
This framework allows you to develop any educational program, learning strategy or curricular framework of any length for any vocation that aspires to deliver equally and authentically on not only skills and knowledge, but also attitudinal & mindset necessary for personal growth and development of the participants, staff, clients and even the wider community. This model helps educators to be more cognizant of what and how they are teaching and has the potential to inspire their attitudes about content and delivery.

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The Result
You will end up with a skeleton of an educational program that can be easily taken forward and presented linearly in the form of a curriculum, or detailed program description that will not only describe the knowledge and skills to be attained but the attitudes required to execute these confidently & professionally as sought/required by companies and future leaders.

This process is introduced, experienced and learned as part of the KAOSPILOT educational series’ 2 & 3 day master classes Read more here in facilitating and designing learning spaces.

Note: A comprehensive process & facilitation guide is available as a download on purchase: no further instructions or support is available after purchase. Te process uses small post-its and is fully reusable.

Testimonials on the framework:

'The vision backcasting framework is a great hands-on tool for (re)designing future proof education. Because it's vision-driven, it's also a fantastic instrument for grounding the process of both vision, curriculum and team development. It's a creative tool that makes it a lot of fun to work with and has an energizing effect on the process. In our organization we've already worked with some of the KAOS methodology and we will certainly use this framework as well in the near future in order to improve our educational design.'

Sharon Sprenger, Teacher and programme developer Cultural Entrepreneurship

"Being in charge of designing a the new program ‘Markedsføringsøkonom med speciale i International business & design management’ the KPs A&CFLS masterclass has been extraordinarily valuable! The competent facilitation coupled with the hands-on experience during the workshop via the Vision back casting tool, has taken my project to a much higher level and secured quality to all stakeholders, Students, lecturers, /companies hiring my students, and society.”

Peter Trasbjerg, emba
Adjunkt/Lecturer, Business Academy Aarhus

This framework allows you to develop any educational program, learning strategy or curricular framework of any length for any vocation that aspires to deliver equally and authentically on not only skills and knowledge, but also attitudinal & mindset necessary for personal growth and development of the participants, staff, clients and even the wider community. This model helps educators to be more cognisant of what and how they are teaching and has the potential to inspire their attitudes about content and delivery. – Kaospilot

What excited me about this methodology is that there are no teachers or students. There is no hierarchy – the Scholars facilitated the majority of the stages and were able to shift and change their approach as long as the remained true to the vision and the tool. They owned it and were able to navigate the space we held in a way that was meaningful to them. After years of learning and ‘codesigning’ in a particular way – this new way can be uncomfortable at first as there is a great deal of unknown. But without a hierarchy – it felt like we were all in it together and made the final products more meaningful.

Johanna Holtan, Program Manager. The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program, University of Edinburgh