Your Name and Title: Kyle Wagner, Innovative Learning and PBL Specialist
School or Organization Name: Transform Education
Co-Presenter Name(s): Evelyn McCulloch
Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Hong Kong
Language in Which You Will Present: English
Target Audience(s): Teachers and Teacher Leaders
Short Session Description (one line): How to use community mapping and design thinking with students to address global issues on a local scale.
Full Session Description (as long as you would like): Interested in helping your students address and solve large global problems like poverty; hunger; clean water; and reduction of inequalities on a community level? Looking to connect them to key community stakeholders along the way? In this session we will discuss community mapping; a strategy first introduced by Alfie Chung to the Jane Goodall Institute to help students better connect to their urban environments, and how you can use it with teachers and students to address problems in your own community. In this session you will learn:
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GEC Conference Co-Chair
Kyle, we need specific tags as outlined in Step 9 here:
For example, 2019Teacher or 2019Students. You can use as many as you like. If you use these tags, then people will be able to see your session in a particular strand that we've identified!