NextFood has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 771738.

Funding: Horizon 2020, European Union
Call: Rural Renaissance – Fostering Innovation and Business Opportunities
Topic: RUR-13-2017 Building a future science and education system fit to deliver to practice
Grant agreement: No 771738
Duration: May 2018 to May 2022
Coordinator: Dr Martin Mellin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp, Sweden

Practice Abstract #1: A kick-of workshop for learning and engagement

Practice Abstract #2: Action research protocol

Practice Abstract #3: Review of existing standards and criteria for evaluation of action learning education and applied research

Practice Abstract #4: Master manual for case development, first draft

Practice Abstract #5: Case development report, year 1

Practice Abstract #6: MSc. Agroecology course: Action learning in Farming and Food Systems

Practice Abstract #7: Main practical recommendations of the University of Oradea course

Practice Abstract #8: Small scale farmers contributing to Agroecology education at Farmers Training Centre in Ethiopia

Practice Abstract #9: Aquaponics Project Wins Sustainable Supply Chain International Student Competition Game

Practice Abstract #10: Action learning Agriscapes: Enhanced extension service to young farmers based on principles and practices of the Action Learning method

Practice Abstract #11: Towards a profitable and sustainable forestry chain – Increased quality and number of micro-habitats for enhanced biodiversity

Practice Abstract #12: Development of sustainable farming systems I+II

Practice Abstract #13: Action learning to become a gastronome: experiential learning links theory and practice and develop students’ competencies

Practice Abstract #14: Three months certificate course in Agroecology at University of Calcutta

Practice Abstract #15: Nextfood educational strategy, year 1

Practice Abstract #16: Att planera och genomföra en lyckad aktionsbaserad workshop

Practice Abstract #17: Analysis of existing policies and programmes regarding education and training in the agrifood and forestry sectors

Practice Abstract #18: Results of the survey on “Educational policies on agrifood and forestry systems”

Practice Abstract #19: NextFood Sustainability Impact Framework.

Practice Abstract #20: Innovative Online Learning: A Team Competition

Practice Abstract #21: Involving local actors in action research

Practice Abstract #22: Farmers as teachers of Agroecology

Practice Abstract #23: FARM VISIT: How to open your farm to the students

Practice Abstract #24: Focus group interviews: What do practitioners and stakeholders say about future needed skills in a sustainable food system?

Practice Abstract #25: Peer reviewed literature review: What are the identified needed skills and competencies for a sustainable transition in the agrifood and forestry system

Practice Abstract #26: The NextFood Toolbox – Tools for practitioners in action-learning activities

Practice Abstract #27 – Requirements to interact with farmers and non-university actors in a field-based course

Practice Abstract #28 – Participating in action learning courses with students from multidisciplinary backgrounds

Practice Abstract #29: Strengthening farm communities through education involvement

Practice Abstract #30: Action Based Learning in an on-line environment during pandemic lockdown

Practice Abstract #31: How to be a successful agroecology student (for students)

Practice Abstract #32: Integrating systems thinking into farmer courses

Practice Abstract #33: How to include Gender in teaching agriculture and forestry

Practice Abstract #34: Challenges in training Reflection: Facilitator perspective of working with high school students

Practice Abstract #35: Finding solutions to learners’ acquisition of hands-on experience during the pandemic

Practice Abstract #36: Chat app as a tool for reflection, dialogue, and observation with forestry professionals

Practice Abstract #37: How to use time efficiently in action-learning courses

Practice Abstract #38 How to encourage faculty to use action-learning activities

Practice Abstract #39: Gaps analysis in research and education of agri-food and forestry sectors

Practice Abstract #40: Supporting reflection: use of “learning memories and key messaging”

Practice Abstract #41: Students’ development of reflection and discussion combining individual and group work

Practice Abstract #42: Playing games on serious stuff

Practice Abstract #43: Oscar food awards

Practice Abstract #44: How to develop competences to facilitate action learning in a multi-stakeholder platform

Practice Abstract #45: Observation as core competence to facilitate action learning at Farmer Training Centres

Practice Abstract #46: Web-case as experiential part of action learning under the Covid-19 restrictions

Practice Abstract #47: NextFood survey on skills for the future of sustainable agrifood / forestry

Practice Abstract #48: Photo Novella Participatory Research for Core Competence Development

Practice Abstract #49: Transforming physical meetings into digital – lessons learned

Practice Abstract #50: Facilitator’s Guide to Visioning for Success

Practice Abstract #51: Student competence development and perceptions of the multi-actor approach in online learning environments

Practice Abstract #52: Student-led reflection in online break-out groups

Practice Abstract #53: Observing and reflecting on best practice examples of valorising food biodiversity

Practice Abstract #54: Three before asking me (3B4ME)

Practice Abstract #55: How to motivate farmers to act as stakeholders in courses conducted at University

Practice Abstract #56: Motivations for farmers to participate in action learning course

Practice Abstract #57: Nextfood Audit Tool – self-assessment and reflection

Practice Abstract #58: Action research as a didactic activity for improving the competence of reflection

Practice Abstract #59: Strategies for improvements of the educational system through meeting with stakeholders

Practice Abstract #60: Reflection as a core competence in the NextFood approach

Practice Abstract #61: Visionary thinking as a core competence in the NextFood approach

Practice Abstract #62: Facilitation as core competency for Agroecologists

Practice Abstract #63: Visioning as core competency in Agroecological learning

Practice Abstract #64: Practical view on a phenomenon-based, action-learning course for policy makers

Practice Abstract #65: How to train the competence of visioning in UoK using the Nextfood approach

Practice Abstract #66: How to train the competence of observation in UoK using the Nextfood approach

Practice Abstract #67: A story to live not to tell

Practice Abstract #68: Back to nature with the organic mindset

Practice Abstract #69: Build your own farm

Practice Abstract #70: How to organize an action-learning course for Master’s students of different disciplines

Practice Abstract #71: Use non-university actors as teachers in an action-learning Master course

Practice Abstract #72: What it requires to interact with farmers and other non-university teachers in a field-based course

Practice Abstract #73: Development of inventory of skills and roadmap for the transition to more resilient agrifood and forestry systems

Practice Abstract #74: Development of sustainable farming systems I+II – dialogue

Practice Abstract #75: Development of sustainable farming systems I+II – observation

Practice Abstract #76: Development of sustainable farming systems I+II – multi-actor approach

Practice Abstract #77: New instruments for design and implementation options at Lifelong Learning (LLL) Level

Practice Abstract #78: New instruments design and implementation options at Pre- University Education Level

Practice Abstract #79: New instrument design and implementation options at University Education Level

Practice Abstract #80: New instrument design and implementation options at Vocational Education and Training (VET) Level

Practice Abstract #81: Agrifood and forestry education in Europe – an informatics approach

Practice Abstract #82: Incorporating cultural differences in an action learning environment

Practice Abstract #83: Considering the skills and training needs of facilitators in action- based learning

Practice Abstract #84: How to achieve skills in Core Competences while dealing with complex questions – in a limited time

Practice Abstract #85: A food scientist’s experience from participating in a multi-actor group working on a joint project

Practice Abstract #86: How to improve the competence of participation and help farmers in their work

Practice Abstract #87: Peer learning between the Nextfood cases

Practice Abstract #88: The importance of facilitators’ (teaching practitioners’) training and knowing the Nextfood competences first hand

Practice Abstract #89: Facilitation of action research in educational cases

Practice Abstract #90: Importance of training the facilitators and introducing them to the competences first-hand

Practice Abstract #91: Consider All Factors (CAF)

Practice Abstract #92: Facilitators creating scope for building higher-order thinking skills to enhance action- and reflection- based learning

Practice Abstract #93: Designing learning spaces that accommodate facilitation- friendly and learner-centric education

Practice Abstract #94: Development of sustainable farming systems I+II – dialogue 2

Practice Abstract #95: Challenges with talent acquisition expressed by farmers

Practice Abstract #96: Fungal diseases in oregano plants – reflections from a multi-actor educational setting.

Practice Abstract #97: Student experiences from participating in Learning Sets studying the effect(s) of cannabis protein on the quality characteristics of bread.

Practice Abstract #98: Working with stakeholders from agroecology: a way to inspire and promote students’ participation and engagement in their learning experience.

Practice Abstract #99: How can a cooking video teach about observation and holistic understanding of agroecological systems?

Practice Abstract #100: Education for sustainable agrifood systems – a literature review of existing experiences. Preliminary outcomes.

Practice Abstract #101: Practice abstract evaluation framework – Czech pilot

Practice Abstract #102: Using precision livestock farming (PLF) systems to detect mastitis in sheep

Practice Abstract #103: On being a female farmer in Greece

Practice Abstract #104: Test and development of the NextFood Impact Framework in a research context

Practice Abstract #105: The NextfOOD Audit Tool – an assessment and reflection tool for educational actors

Practice Abstract #106: NextFood Sustainability Impact Framework