Projectmanager, adult educator (Nina.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nina Reiter, studied educational science at the University of Graz.
Since 2008 involved in European cooperation projects in the area of adult education. Since 2010 trainer in the area of adult education on a freelance basis for a variety of educational institutions in Austria and also within the area of trainings for unemployed or mentally ill people.
Main area: train-the-trainer courses and the topic: Learning to learn – learning tools for trainers and multipliers as well as curriculum development/methodical approaches.
Voluntary work for the red cross in the area of psycho-social support.
Presentation in B3 session: Open collaboration in curriculum designing – opportunities and risks for adult educators
To openly collaborate in a era of social media presence, online learning and global interconnection seems to be the next logical step. However, on a micro-level adult educators, trainers and teachers do expierience competition as well as business rivalry. The most inovative training design filled with reasionalble method makes the match. How do we balance a healthy rivalry and open collaboration?