Panel 13: Who Will Teach the Teachers?
Education in 2050 – Taking Back Our Schools
Sandra Lindberg, System Change Not Climate Change
This presentation traces a possible future of education in the year 2050. Expanding beyond merely the classroom, this talk suggests that this future also has the potential to rethink capitalism and reintegrate humans with planet (more).
A Creative World Needs Child Centric Communities
Hasmukh Sapnawala, Experience Based Holistic Learning Environment
By 2050, this presentation envisions we have moved towards self-sustaining communities where the focus of life is promoting happiness, health and harmony for everyone, specifically children. The presenter will walk us through the steps needed to get to such a world given where we are now (more).
Storefronts for Good: Local Action through Coursework
Susan Dieterlen, Syracuse University
Local, repeatable actions can sidestep government dysfunction and financial limits, while strengthening city-wide community. Neighborhood storefronts are an everyday nexus of sustainability and justice, fighting food deserts, unemployment and vacancy while improving walkability. This talk will explore this topic as a way to combat climate change while improving socio-economic conditions in more depth (more).
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