We'll be back with a brand new, full-length episode next week. This week I wanted to tell you about a project I've been working on. Last fall I partnered with global non-profit and kindness leader kindness.org, to explore new ways to bring kindness to classrooms. While there are wonderful programs and materials already available under the umbrella of kindness, we found in talking with teachers that there were still needs to be met. Our research revealed the need for kindness curriculum that accounts for each student's experience, home life, personality, and unique educational needs. So we developed curriculum that puts students in the driver's seat.
In just a few weeks we'll be releasing Learn Kind, an inquiry-based curriculum for K-8 students, to a limited cohort of pilot classrooms across the U.S. If you want to partner with us as a pilot classroom, or share this program with others, go to kindness.org and scroll down to "Learn Kind" to find out more. (Or you can send Rebecca a message!)
Rebecca's hosting the first Education Innovation Virtual Town Hall on February 25, 2020. The event is free but remaining space is limited. Click here to register and reserve your spot!
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