Verena Friederike Hasel Sun, 18th February 2024, 5:00 pm The crisis-proof child Learning for the world of tomorrow Lecture The schools of today will decide what our world will look like tomorrow and whether our children will get through difficult times well. Artificial intelligence will drastically change the way we live and work. Verena Friederike Hasel explores the question of what and how children should learn in the 21st century. To do so, she travels to places in Finland and Germany where the future has already begun. She explains the psychological foundations of new learning methods, dispels common misconceptions and draws a very concrete picture of how teachers and parents can best promote skills such as self-regulation, personal responsibility, creativity and communication. Verena Friederike Hasel is a psychologist, journalist and author. She writes for Die Zeit and the Tagesspiegel. Her non-fiction book Der tanzende Direktor – Lernen in der besten Schule der Welt was published in 2019. In 2022, she founded the Trust Foundation for Democracy, which aims to bring citizens’ assemblies to Germany.