Fika Chat with Mikael Enelund from Chalmers about the flexible education concept Tracks
Podcast "Fika Chat on the Future of Education" – episode 28
Johan Fridell chats over coffee (fika) with guests from or outside KTH about the future of education in general and the change programme "Future Education at KTH" in particular. In this episode with Mikael Enelund from Chalmers about the flexible education concept Tracks.
Time: Wed 2024-02-14 15.30 - 16.00
Video link: Zoom
Participating: Johan Fridell, Gunnar Tibert, Mikael Enelund
The chat in Zoom will be open as usual, so everyone is welcome with questions and reflections.
Today's guest: Mikael Enelund
Tracks is an educational concept at Chalmers that develops both learning and learning environments. Students are offered tracks between different programmes in the form of elective courses. Within the framework of Tracks, there are opportunities for individualised studies and collaboration between industry, society and academia. The range of Tracks courses should be flexible and rapidly changing – just like our time and age – and is largely based on challenge-driven courses and projects.
Tracks has existed at Chalmers for a few years and now we are very curious about how it's going. In this week's podcast episode, Johan and Gunnar talk to Mikael Enelund who leads Tracks at Chalmers.
About the podcast
Johan Fridell chats over coffee (fika) with guests from or outside KTH about the future of education in general and our change programme " Future Education at KTH " in particular.
Co-create for the podcast
Since we are podcasting live, you have the opportunity to ask questions and comment during the conversation. If you have your own wishes about what you would like to hear, or maybe even participate in the podcast yourself, you are welcome to contact email@example.com (write "podcast" in the subject line).
Podcast host: Johan Fridell
You may recognise the podcast host Johan Fridell, who, during the corona pandemic, podcasted with a former KTH colleague about digitalisation at KTH. Search for Fikapodden (or & Fika) on Spotify or Youtube.