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Multi-School Training at Revolution School in Philadelphia, PA


  • Revolution School 3033 W Glenwood Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121 United States (map)

Wayfinder Overview

Project Wayfinder is innovating education with a year-long purpose learning curriculum called the Wayfinder Toolkit. Designed at Stanford University’s d.school, our curriculum uses a wayfinding metaphor to equip our next generation with tools to unleash purpose in their lives and meaningfully contribute to the world they are a part of. Our toolkit is currently being taught by 200 teachers to more than 4000 students at 64 schools and colleges across the US and in 11 countries.

 
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We’re on our way to Philadelphia!

In collaboration with Revolution School, Project Wayfinder is hosting a two-day training for educators in your community on January 28th and 29th. This multi-school training is designed to give teachers the opportunity to …

  • Deepen your understanding of the new and emerging purpose learning research out of Stanford University and Boston College

  • Experience Project Wayfinder’s leading curriculum to implement in your classroom and forge purposeful connections with students

  • Build community with neighboring Wayfinder schools and share the cost of training

LEAD TRAINER: Casey Pettit, National Director of Outreach and Partnerships

WHO IS THIS FOR?

This training is open to any educator from organizations serving students aged 13-24 including high schools, after-school programs, non-profits and summer camps.

ABOUT HOST: REVOLUTION SCHOOL

Noelle Kellich
Head of Teaching and Learning

Through the following commitments, Revolution School hopes to become a beacon and support for other innovative educators in Philadelphia and beyond.

  1. The school would be place-based, with a program inextricably connected to Philadelphia’s local assets, issues, and opportunities.

  2. They would do more than pay lip-service to diversity: they would seek and honor it in everything from tuition to community partnerships.

  3. They would create a “new way to do school,” moving from subjects to systems thinking, putting curiosity, creativity, evidence, and growth at the center of everyone’s work—students and teachers alike.

CURRENT NORTHEAST PARTNERS

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Reserve your training spot TODAY

Have questions? Email skylar@projectwayfinder.com

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