Theres Konrad

Theres Konrad
Leuphana University Lüneburg · Kooperationsservice

PhD
Lernarchitekturagentin / Learning Process Designer and Facilitator / Education for Sustainable Development

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Education
August 2013 - May 2015
Lund University
Field of study
  • Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science (LUMES)
October 2009 - September 2012
University of Vienna
Field of study
  • Cultural and Social Anthropology

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Publications (4)
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Intrapersonal competency was recently added to the key competencies in sustainability framework (Brundiers et al., Sustain Sci (Online), 2020; Wiek et al., Sustain Sci 6:203–218, 2011). How it can be developed within sustainability education is yet to be explored. However, theoretically-supported and evidence-based insights from interpersonal compe...
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Project-based sustainability courses require and facilitate diverse interactions among students, instructors, stakeholders, and mentors. Most project-based courses take an instrumental approach to these interactions, so that they support the overall project deliverables. However, as courses primarily intend to build students’ key competencies in su...
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Purpose For professional sustainability work, graduates need to be able to work in teams and collaborate with stakeholders; in other words, they need to have developed interpersonal competence. There is growing evidence that project-based sustainability courses facilitate interpersonal competence development. However, research so far has focused on...
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Purpose Advanced skills in communication, teamwork and stakeholder engagement are widely recognized as important success factors for advancing sustainability. While project-based learning formats claim to advance such skills, there is little empirical evidence that demonstrates how interpersonal competence is being developed. This study aims to des...

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