Friday, November 7, 2014
Through presentations and discussions, the International Education Conference links curricula that addresses global issues (e.g., world conflicts, human rights, climate change) and problem-solving strategies applicable to everyday dilemmas that students confront.
Karen Robinson, Senior Education Manager for the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights Education Project, Speak Truth to Power.
Emily Pilloton, Founder and Executive Director of Project H, an education non-profit that uses design to empower youth and transform communities.
A complete schedule, including afternoon breakout sessions, will be announced soon. The event is intended for K-12 teachers and administrators, but open to all interested individuals. Attendees can earn up to 6 clock hours/CPDUs applicable to ISBE licensure requirements.
RSVP on this link by Tuesday, November 4th, for CPDU eligibility and to receive complete conference materials.
The Chicago International Education Conference is free and open to the public. RSVP is not required to attend.