The Golden Triangle is the didactic triangle between entrepreneurs, education and government. Didactics defined as the art of learning from each other in mutual cooperation.
The Blended Group focuses on making these three important pillars of society and the economy work better together. By optimally setting up and arranging the didactic triangle and using modern learning tools such as blended learning. These learning tools can be developed by teachers and students themselves based on open standards and already available open content and content that they create and deliver themselves. These learning tools can be used in any existing system. The didactic triangle can only arise on the basis of leadership that serves education for the benefit of society. Education is no longer a stand-alone entity but is based on mutual cooperation.
An important condition for creating a well-functioning Golden Triangle is the insight into the existing didactic process and the necessary turnaround in it. A team of ambassadors and outward-looking teachers and students is created by The Blended Group with a broad view of the required new didactics. They will work together in a pragmatic way with entrepreneurs and the business community on the basis of a “Do It Yourself” approach that quickly leads to a change management approach within the organization.
The result for the educational organization is that an effective didactic triangle is realized very quickly with a decisive choice in the field of the required blended learning based on existing or new tools and environments such as Electronic Learning Environments or Learning (Content) Management Systems. These will be used dynamically within the educational process, whereby the secondary administrative processes will be redesigned. This approach leads to demonstrable savings and a “turn around” around leadership. The primary process and the learning process become leading.
The result for companies and governments is significant because the educational process that is set up in this way leads to high-quality and appropriately trained employees. There is again direct and personal contact with the University of Applied Sciences and ROC, which creates a targeted influence on the curriculum. Companies actively participate in the content of the curriculum through the use of Electronic Learning Environments and Learning Content Management Systems based on open standards and open content. These newly designed environments and content are aimed at an optimal result of the learning process and its applicability for the student and pupil.