How can a week off of the traditional timetable help us transform classroom practice and build more socially, emotionally and community connected learners?
This interactive session will introduce participants to specific case studies from courageous schools across the globe who have taken a week off the traditional timetable to engage students in meaningful learning experiences within the community. Projects range from community curated cookbooks, to student produced documentaries with local NGOs addressing issues of social justice.
After learning about each case study, participants, in teams or individually will use a highly effective design process to come up with their own community connected learning experiences that create more socially, emotionally, and globally aware learners.
It’s optional, but encouraged to attend this session with colleagues from your school or program.
As a visitor you can view up to two presentations per month after that you will be required to subscribe to 21st Century Learning Conference
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