30 Days After: A podcast on change in changing times
In march 2020, 120 students from Kuben upper secondary school in Oslo took part in a 30-days change experiment. It was then when a global pandemic hit and changed everything. This podcast (in Norwegian) explores what happened from the perspective of its protagonists.
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In march 2020, 120 students and their teachers from Kuben upper secondary school in Oslo took part in a 30-days change experiment, where they could choose something they wanted to change in their everyday life. They did so as part of their engagement in the SEAS project, where cChallenge is a central tool for participants to explore change and its implications across the personal, practical and political spheres. Just when they were half-way into their challenge, however, the global COVID-19 pandemic hit and changed everything. The students and teachers continued to hold their challenges, though, and made it through the 30 days, only in a way no one could have anticipated.
The 30 Days After podcast (in Norwegian) explores what happened from the perspective of its protagonists, the students. It is a conversation about how young people feel and see themselves as agents of change in a world that has already changed. How did the experiment go, what where the students' experiences, and what did they learn about change?
The 30 Days After podcast is led and produced by Victoria Emilie Støtvig Aanonsen and Cathrine Skutle, who study their Master in education at the University of Oslo.
The SEAS blog focuses on current research and activities in the intersection between scientific literacy, open schooling and sustainability challenges when students collaborate with families and stakeholders from civil society and industry in becoming agents of community well-being.