Youth as Agents of Change series continues with this fourth and final installation for the fall semester: “Nurturing Our Relation to Place in Education” on November 19th at 12pm-1pm via Zoom.
In a globalized world, place-based education calls folks to learn intimately with and about place. By emphasizing outdoor and experiential learning, place-based education is a practice of thinking globally and learning locally. As community members, activists, and educators, it is important to continually engage in place-based education to participate in various ways of knowing and promote justice and solidarity locally and globally.
During International Education Week, join KWIC, Trent International, Champlain College and Trent Community Research Centre to explore place-based education—what it is and why it is so valuable. This event encourages participants to reflect and share their unique experiences with place, knowledge and activism and we invite you to join the conversation with questions, comments and interactive participation.
Register via Eventbrite by November 18thto participate. Zoom details to be sent via registration email November 18th. Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/youth-as-agents-of-change-nurturing-our-rel...
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Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC) is a grassroots not for profit that has been around in Nogojiwanong-Peterborough for more than 30 years. KWIC connects people to global issues and local initiatives through opportunities that can change how we understand the world and foster equitable and sustainable communities in Peterborough and the Kawartha area. Our three key program areas are Community Education, Youth & In Schools Program and Nurturing Small and Emerging Projects. Learn more by visiting us at KWIC.info