Chapter 14 Designing change: seeing beyond the obvious and influencing others
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While the policy work of Andy Penaluna is well known to many in Europe, this chapter provides fascinating insights into the initial artist/educator who was inspired to redefine what is EE, and how it should be taught. As an educated artist and designer, Penaluna outlines his transfer of an attention for detail into classrooms and within policy documents and settings. A champion of curiosity-based learning, Penaluna discusses his desire to become redundant in the lives of his students, after having first help equip them with the problem-solving skills that will carry them forward into their own lives. Interestingly, despite his acknowledged achievements in EE, throughout the chapter Penaluna credits much of his development as a key figure in EE to his wife, and his reliance on her business acumen.

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