#scil11 – One day | Two cities

Today was our rest day and we each went in different directions. I spent the morning in Delft and the afternoon in Rotterdam. Two very different places. Delft is reminiscent of what Amsterdam must have looked like and Rotterdam, after being decimated in the war, is now a modern, bustling harbour city.

Delft

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And then to Rotterdam. I took the architects tour and walked my feet off.

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This is the Rotterdam Library, looks a little like the Pompidou Centre, in yellow.

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I think all of The Netherlands were in Rotterdam today.

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There were lots more photos to take, but just so you know I was there…

What does it take to inspire, empower and equip leaders for world where change is the only constant? I am an educational consultant and PhD candidate with the ILETC Project at Melbourne University. I facilitate workshops and regularly speak in the areas of: People, Place and Pedagogy in the new paradigm Facilitating change Challenging current practice Learning space design Equipping leaders to navigate change International education context I am passionate about rethinking school and learning to inspire and equip young people for an exciting future. To contact Anne and find out more about the work of SCIL or make contact visit: scil.com.au

1 comment on “#scil11 – One day | Two cities

  1. Anne,
    Thanks for sharing all the beauty you witnessed today! It interesting to note that given the ‘either or choice’ of a visit, I would choose Delft. The visual experience was so, so comforting!
    Thanks again!
    Colleen

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