WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY
Where: Our 4-day educator training will be held at Stanford's d.school
When: June 22-June 25, 2017
What: We will immerse administrators and teachers in Project Wayfinder's newly developed set of tools and resources from our Wayfinder Navigation Toolkit.
Who: Our training is open to high school educators including advisory teachers, administrators, school leaders, and counselors and non-profit groups that work with high school students.
APPLICATION CLOSED + TRAINING IS FULL with 50 educators from 25 organizations across the world.
We are very excited to be hosting our first ever 5-day summer program at Stanford's d.school to help young people develop a sense of purpose and become meaning-makers.
Our 5-day summer program will be held at Stanford's d.school from July 8th-12th. We will immerse students our Wayfinder Navigation Toolkit and mix in experiential education from purpose learning, outdoor ed, and design thinking. This will be a FUN and exciting opportunity for students to help them figure out what is meaningful to them and begin to craft lives of purpose.
Learn more and apply here!
WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY
Where: Our 4-day educator training will be held on O'ahu at the University Lab School. (Here is a campus map pointing to University Building 3, more details on parking and room location will be included in later communications.)
When: July 24-July 27, 2017
What: We will immerse administrators and teachers in Project Wayfinder's newly developed set of tools and resources from our Wayfinder Navigation Toolkit. This toolkit is inspired by the work of Polynesian Voyaging Society and the inspiration of Polynesian voyaging and navigation. But this is not a “how to” on voyaging - this will be a deeply immersive and transformative experience for educators, cultivating the tools we need to navigate through life. Click here to read more about the inspiration for this project in UC Berkeley's Greater Good.
Who: Our training is open to high school educators including advisory teachers, administrators, school leaders, and counselors and non-profit groups that work with high school students. We will not be accepting middle schools at this time, but are open to some college-aged program leaders. Priority will be given to Hawaiʻi schools, but mainland and international schools can apply. The training will be limited to 40 people. Schools are highly encouraged to apply with one or more people from their home institution. We only need one application per school/organization.
April 10: Application opens
April 21: Application closes
April 28: Applicants notified
July 24-27: Educator Training on O'ahu at University Lab School
Program cost is $975 per person (not including room, board, or travel). We can offer a limited number of scholarships or partial scholarships applicable towards the program cost for school teams with demonstrable need, and encourage you to answer the questions about this at the bottom of the application page.
If any questions please email Project Wayfinder's Education Coordinator Sonia Doshi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FULL: A webinar presented by Patrick Cook-Deegan and Bob Lenz, moderated by David V. Johnson.
This webinar will explore:
What does the future of high school look like in the next 10, 20, and 30 years? Where are the trends pointing?
How can the growth of neuroscience help us develop better learning systems and strategies for our students?
What is the future of product- and project-based learning, and how does this fit into new models of innovative high schools around the country?
How do all these trends look in light of the new administration in Washington?
Heading back to Envision to test our Wayfinder Toolkit with Impact Academy’s 100+ freshman
Trying our new gratitude activity, "Gratitude Island," with Gunn High School freshman during a session of the Titan Connect Program
Prototyping a new exercise called "Braving the Unknown" with SOHS students from the "Designing Your Life" class. This activity is designed to be a follow-on to our Purpose Compass activity, where SOHS students examine and explore their fears more deeply to venture beyond the visible horizon.