E3: excellence in experiential education

This past weekend, I once again had the opportunity to co-facilitate a peer group for teachers; this group is a pilot between the Wallace McCain Institute and The Gaia Project.  Our focus is on supporting teachers in offering experiential learning for students.  It was invigorating, and I’m so honoured to be part of this group.

We came up with our purpose/mission at the session: to ‘pioneer a movement in public education where experiential learning develops empowered citizens’.

My 21Leaders group has taken on the 5-year strategic planning for this peer group, and started some on it yesterday.  I can’t wait to pass it by my colleagues, and I cannot wait to see where this group goes in the future!

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