Graduates from DNS work as teachers, social workers, educators, pedagogues, headmasters, curriculum developers, and NGO workers all over the world. Meet some of them on this page.
Join us for our Youth Exchange in Ulfborg, Denmark, a five-day immersive experience where you will connect with other motivated young Europeans, learn from each other and collaborate...
Even though I was a little bit scared about becoming a teacher, since I have never dreamed of becoming one, I realised that the concept of the teacher is quite different here in DNS...
I believe, it is possible to raise conscious, creative and mindful generations. I have made it the goal of my life to change the education system in my country...
We are looking for volunteers to help us host a symphony orchestra, who are preparing themselves for a big classical music concert.
I hope DNS will teach me the essential pedagogical skills that I will need in order to become the effective activist that I want to become, who uses education as a tool of mobilisation.
I feel it's a key point to keep questioning what has been considered a norm. I would like to immerse myself into what we assume about learning and teaching and search for alternatives.
Students from DNS participated in an Erasmus+ Youth Exchange to get more knowledgeable about mental health and to gain skills on how to spread awareness.
This "DNS crash course" serves the purpose to create a learning space where DNS' values, pedagogy and the idea of the 21st century teacher could be explored.
What kind of generation do we leave behind for the planet? How do we train young teachers to meet the challenges of today and of the future?
Either you rebel, or you don’t. So, we train rebels: People who dare to speak up and who learn to use their capacity to promote positive change in their community.
Join this event which takes place 10 – 12 May 2019 in Western Denmark. Preparation camp 6 – 9 May with production of theatre, art, music and other creative activities.
Reflections from an action packed Erasmus+ project at the Tvind campus with participants from six countries sharing their stories. Expressing and creating culture through different forms of workshops.