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Creating Changemakers Game: Bringing Your Core Values into the Classroom

January 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC+0


Join us for an hour of fun, celebration, and connection as we play several games designed to help us think about how we can bring the values that matter to us into our classroom. We’ll explore and share ideas of how you can integrate values like compassion, curiosity, systems thinking, sustainability, and celebration into your work. Registration required.


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Elaine Reimann

Elaine Gwendolen Reimann is a seasoned education professional specializing in the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. She has over 20 years of global teaching experience, with expertise in curriculum coordination, sustainability, and systems thinking. Elaine’s multilingual abilities and experience living on four continents provide her with valuable cross-cultural insights. Her academic credentials include a Certificate of School Management and Leadership from Harvard and a Master’s in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Elaine works with an international NGO in Thailand and is the author of ‘The Supportive Classroom, Language Acquisition in a Multilingual Environment.’


Kath Lane

Kath Lane is a primary school teacher from the UK who has a passion for educating about nature and sustainability. She has been teaching for over twenty years in the UK and at international schools such as Green School, Bali and United World College of South East Asia. She has a Master’s in Educating for Sustainability and is now working as a Forest School leader and supply teacher. Kath believes that through systems thinking and connection to nature and community, we can all learn the skills and qualities needed for a sustainable world.


Kacey Dewing

During 25 years in the classroom, I strove to empower my students with the knowledge and skills to understand the world, their interconnected place within it, and their responsibility to improve it. Central to my teaching is the belief that knowledge becomes the power to do good when combined with accurate information, intellectual skills, and compassionate attitudes. As a member of the IHE team and a Solutionary Micro-Credential Program Facilitator, I guide other educators, students, and changemakers to find greater meaning and inspiration in their teaching, learning, and lives. I have B.A. degrees in geography and international studies from the University of Oregon and master’s degrees in Middle Eastern Studies and Education from the University of Washington. I have travelled widely, including a year of study in Syria and Egypt. I now live in Portland, Oregon where I enjoy home and garden projects, outdoor activities, and lots of soccer.


About LearningPlanet Festival

We are official partners of the LearningPlanet Festival 2024: 24 – 27 January! Since its launch in January 2020, the annual LearningPlanet Festival has been a free, open-to-all event dedicated to celebrating education and lifelong learning. This year, we are bringing the world together on the International Day of Education, 24 January, and for 4 consecutive days, with hundreds of online and onsite events worldwide.
With over 300 partners, the Festival explores new ways of learning, teaching, researching, and making a positive impact in light of complex societal and environmental challenges. By highlighting the extraordinary diversity of actors and learning territories that are engaged at the local, national and international levels, this gathering nurtures a culture of hope and engagement.


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