What does it mean to be a school that is dedicated to learning for sustainability, the full implementation of global competency in curriculum, and relevant community impact? The Inspire Citizens’ Global Impact School model provides a blueprint that allows educators and schools to pinpoint areas of opportunity and development around nine strands for greatest, sustainable impact. Participants will get hands-on opportunities to experience of each of the stands, helping to pinpoint next steps towards transformative global competence education via:
Analyzing opportunities and parlaying cultural, geographical, and educational strengths of the school and community.
Supporting missions, visions, and unity of community culture around global competence Ensuring research-driven, best practices in professional learning communities and development.
Seamlessly embedding global competence into pre-existing curriculum, pedagogical approaches, and new initiatives to bring relevance and life to teaching and learning.
Creating student, teacher, and community wellbeing programs that identify wellness strands connected to social-emotional learning, physical, financial, and mental health.
Partnering locally and globally to implement the UN SDGs and global competence initiatives by students, teachers, and whole schools.
Sparking inquiry into the campus as a learning lab, highlighting operations and management practices of the school that allows for relevant learning and sustainable thinking.
Facilitating soft skills: the human and people skills that support student leadership, communication, and collaboration to develop community impact projects and high level service learning relationships.
Enhancing the responsible production and consumption of media through a unique Global Youth Media platform and program.
In this workshop learn more about this model and how you can use it to shift your school towards a more sustainable operating model
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