The results of ‘Teaching the Commons’ video contest announced (Update)

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The three winners of the first World Commons Week ‘teaching the commons’ video contest have been determined

 

FIRST PLACE

Van Panchayat: The Forest Commons of Himalaya

by Varun Raja (Apex Film Works, Bhopal India) and Seema Ravandale (University of Massachusetts Amherst).
Intended educational audience: university level and the broader public. 

SECOND PLACE

The SICADE-model to understand Institutions for Collective Action

by Coline Serres, Damion Bunders and others with the Institutions for Collective Action team at
Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Intended educational audience: University level.

THIRD PLACE

Lego, Minifigs and Dinosaurs: The Tragedy of the Commons Explained

by Frank van Laerhoven at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
Intended educational audience: secondary and possibly primary school.

HONORABLE MENTION – OTHER FINALISTS

Listed in alphabetical order.
Note: The vote tallies for the third place candidate were very close.

 

The Institutional Naturalist – for university students

by Erik Nordman, Grand Valley State University
Intended educational audience: university level.

Teaching the Commons: A Remote Experience

– for university students

by Elia Elisa Cia Alves and Alan Henrique Gomes, Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil
Intended educational audience: university level.

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