Make the podcast that you wish were already there.
The podcast format can be used for many things and has become a worldwide million-dollar industry.
In the podcast class we explore how the podcast can be used to grow a community around your interests and advance your beliefs to more people. You can use the podcast to tell beautiful fictional stories, but it can also be the to reach more people with a message about a sustainable things, knitting, home brewing, football, or whatever is your field of interest.
Kristoffer is a firm believer that is it is not enough to practice what you preach you also have to preach what you practice.
On a more theoretical level we discuss community building, feature journalism, the use of scenic effects, copyright, reaching listeners and much more.
Kristoffer works as the school's communications officer and teaches in the subject "Udeliv". He is an outdoorsman to the core and participates in all the outdoor activities he encounters. He served as senior defence officer, earned a master's in political science, studied communication at the journalism college, and took many instructor and outdoor skills courses. In his teaching, Kristoffer draws on his broad experience of teaching children, adolescents and adults in more recreational activities, military officers, and university students.
Even though outdoor life involves much fresh air and sweat on the forehead, Kristoffer believes that it is more than just a physical challenge. Outdoor living is about choosing the primitive over the comfortable option. It's about taking small group trips using sustainable transportation, whether on a bike or foot. Through journeys and experiences in nature, Kristoffer shows his students the contrast with the typical hectic, technical, and complicated everyday life. "Outdoor life is a scarcity of things and surplus of time. Everyday life is a scarcity of time and surplus of things. "
Kristoffer's outdoor adventures align with the school's philosophy regarding sustainability. When you must transport items, food, and water, it becomes visible what you genuinely need. When you must take your waste home, you are forced to think about what impact you have the globe. When you do not have an electronic device begging to be viewed, you instead look out on the horizon or up in the sky.
Through conversation and reflection over the campfire, our outdoor experiences form lasting memories, knowledge, attitudes, and actions. It is Kristoffer's goal that the pupils develop as individuals and also as a group where everyone has responsibility and make decisions.