This conference brings together creative facilitators and curious teachers to create conversations about improving classroom learning. We'll discuss concepts including 'teacher as facilitator', 'how to bring more joy and playfulness into the classroom.
Some of the take-aways from this conference would be
"find some ways to become your authentic teaching self'
'Join others who share this stance'
'Facilitators and teachers to learn from each other'
'New ways to operate the classroom and to enjoy your teaching more.'
While some presentations will be in English, breakouts will include Japanese, Finnish and Norweigian and other language speaking groups if enough speakers as well as biligual and Ghiblish groups.
This conference is free of charge! Our mission are to share passions and to learn what is happening in each country's field of education and facilitation around the world.
WHEN : March 26th Saturday, 2022
WHERE : online (ZOOM)
HOW MUCH : Free of charge!!
FOR WHOM :
- ANYBODY who is interested in creative ways to become your authentic self
- ANYBODY who wants to learn about what's happening in education fields around the world
- ANYBODY who wants to gain new skills of creative ways of operating classrooms and/or teaching
At the World Learning Cafe, we have prepared these questions to get the conversation start.
"How do we create the small steps in the classroom, to create the giant leap for the educational systems?
"What is something you would have wanted to do in the classroom?"
" You are now in charge of education in your country. What's the first change that you make?"
"If children were in charge of their own education, what would be different, do you think?"
facilitation by Simo and Hikaru Hie
College for Public Health and Social Justice
Saint Louis University
St. Louis, Missouri USA
Co-founder and long-time President of the Applied Improvisation Network
Based in Oxford, UK
English Language Lecture / Instructor
Based in Tokyo, Japan
Why are we here? To change the world by making schools and education more playful with improvisation.
Jorgen / Norway
Simo / Finland
Hikaru / Japan
Paul Z / UK