ACT : the fifth pillar of L’Échappée Volée

The methodology designed by Brightness allows L’ Échappée Volée’s participants to learn to innovate for the common good — in an effective, inspiring, fun, surprising and engaging way.

The fifth pillar of Brightness methodology is “commitment”. The objective is to apply the acquired know-how and skills to innovative projects serving the common good. As engagement allows to connect knowledge nodes, it is at the core of a sustainable learning process.

The process developed by Brightness is based on five pillars. It is divided into specific activities, which are designed to meet educational objectives. L’Échappée Volée follows a determined schedule where multi-tasking is forbidden at every stage. It is thus not a traditional event in its form and intention. It rethinks traditional acculturation and training programs in the same way that TED redesigned the academic conferences’ format. It is based on different event formats and designed to respond to the various stages of the educational process : surprising experiences, talks, pitches, controversies, workshops, masterclasses, Q& A, agoras, firechats, interactive meals, artistic performances, labs, etc.

Learning methodology by Brightness.

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