Thu Nov 17, 2022, 10:30 - 12:00

Sample lesson Homo Florens: an innovative economic human view


In present-day Higher Economic Education, man is primarily seen as a rational and individualistic being who is primarily out to satisfy his own needs to the maximum. This view does not do justice to the value that people attach to relationships with their fellow human beings. This is what the example lesson Homo Florens is all about.

Participants in this sample lesson experience how an interactive lesson on human images in economics can take shape. The lesson begins with an introduction to economic human images. Then the importance of renewing them is discussed. This gives participants tools to train students to become leaders of tomorrow. These leaders will make different, more humane choices in which the interests of others are embedded in their economic actions (and those of the organizations where they work).


Thu Nov 17, 2022, 10:30 - 12:00



HBO - Online


Institute of Leadership and Social Ethics/ Learning for Tomorrow

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