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Radical Learning. Towards experiential, distributed and collaborative environments of learning and capacity-building

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This document contains a proposal for a radical new environment of learning and capacity-building rooted in social innovation and oriented towards shared social value.
Radical Learning is about imagining how the education and training systems of the 21st century could look like, and how we can shape them into platforms of individual and collective empowerment for the common good. It is about linking intentional and unintentional learning, and connecting formal, non-formal and informal learning contexts in a way that helps build continuity in meanings and actions. It is about acknowledging the human condition of plurality as the key precondition for self-realization and self-attainment. Most and foremost, Radical Learning is about recognizing life and living experiences as the most powerful drivers of learning.
Radical Learning is a model, an infrastructure and an approach at the same time.

Indeed, Radical Learning is deeply entrenched in Impact Hub Florence. As a community of 150+ professionals that daily share working spaces, interests and projects, Impact Hub Florence is a collector of a broad and varied set of knowledge, competencies and skills.

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Beyond Learning in Silos
  3. Radical Learning Theory of Change
  4. Impact Hub Florence as a Learning Environment
  5. Radical Learning Building Blocks
  6. Call to Action - Join Us!
  7. References

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Find the publication here:

Radical Learning - vision paper

This document has been elaborated by Laura Martelloni, Glenda Galeotti, Alessandra Zagli and Riccardo Luciani - the core team leading RL from the initial stage of conceptualization and ideation.

Resource Author(s): 
Laura Martelloni, Impact Hub Florence & Lama Development and Cooperation Agency
Glenda Galeotti, Alessandra Zagli, Riccardo Luciani
Publication Date:
Monday, 23 September, 2019
Type of resource: 
Opportunities and Resources
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