Creative soft skills – To be defined or just discovered?

Creative soft skills – To be defined or just discovered?

Article by Silja Suntola – Xamk University Defining credits in our traditional educational system lays much on the tradition of science. It correlates strongly with the amount and level of knowledge a person can master and apply in a given subject. When we move...
The EU Skills Agenda 2030

The EU Skills Agenda 2030

Article by Raffaele Vitulli, Project Manager at Materahub The EU’s transition to a green and digital economy and the wide deployment of artificial intelligence and robotics require an unparalleled shift in skill sets due to new jobs being created and other jobs...
How we use creativity to stimulate development

How we use creativity to stimulate development

Article by Sineglossa Alessia and Federico met in 2005 in Bologna during a master’s degree in scriptwriting and performing arts. Both of them had already had experiences in the theatre, but Alessia is a sociologist, while Federico is a philosopher: while Alessia tells...
Using soft skills in working with young people

Using soft skills in working with young people

When we talk about the basics of working with young people, it is inevitable that we always think about two things: the development of that young person and the process they will go through. It is often forgotten that these processes are much more important than the...
Rhythm and feeling: Flamenco steps into my daily work

Rhythm and feeling: Flamenco steps into my daily work

Photo by Amy Gatenby on Unsplash A reflection Who am I? When I introduce myself I always start with my name and then I switch to what I do. That I work at Rozet and that I am project leader of non-formal learning processes in team education. BORING! Why do I think...