Ashoka Changemaker Schools
Ashoka UK are delighted to invite you to the official launch of our ‘Changemaker Schools’ Programme! Please join the Ashoka team for a breakfast networking and panel discussion on Monday 7th April from 8.30am - 10.30am at Google Campus.
8.30am – 9am: Join us for a networking breakfast
9am – 9.20am: Launching Ashoka Changemaker Schools Programme
Ashoka, the founding organisation of the social entrepreneurship movement, has now got an even bolder vision – to create a world where Everyone is a Changemaker.
To do that we need to ensure our schools and universities teach the key changemaker skills – empathy, teamwork, leadership and creativity. Ashoka’s Changemaker Schools programme aims to identify, connect, and empower innovative primary and secondary schools from across the globe which understand the value of emotional intelligence and have embedded it into their internal culture and curriculum. These schools support students from an early age to become agents of change in their community and the wider world.
9.20am – 10am: Panel Discussion - Re-imagining education in the 21st century
The launch of Ashoka Changemaker Schools will be followed by an exciting panel discussion on the future of learning.
Panellists will include:Eric Dawson, Ashoka Fellow and Founder and CEO of Peace First Taddy Blecher, Ashoka Fellow and Founder and CEO of The Maharishi Institute Ed Fidoe, Co-Founder of School21 and CEO of the 21 Trust Tim Curtis, Change Leader at Northampton University Chaired by Rob Wilson, Director of Ashoka UK
10am – 10.30am: Questions
Join the Conversation Online: We’ll be tweeting live from the event using #AshokaEdChat, or to tune in to a week of Ashoka celebrations, tweet using #AshokaAtSkoll This event is brought to you in partnership with Emerge Education and forms part of the Ed Tech event series at Google Campus
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