“The thing that I like the most is the change that I see in them as far as leadership and self confidence, and the fact that they’re not afraid anymore to say ‘Hey, can I try it this way?’
Kathy, Teacher, USA”
Chris Stevens Youth Network educators presented about their global projects during a virtual presentation called “Connecting Educators and Youth through Virtual Exchange Projects in the Middle East, North Africa, and the U.S.” as part of the Global Education Conference. The webinar included participants from Tunisia, Algeria, North Carolina, Polynesia, New York, Spain, Kansas, and more. Leaders from YouthCaN, CIVICS, and the Solar Cooking Projects gave presentations about their projects. The demonstrated how the CSYN model manifests itself in these wonderful and globally successful projects.
Not only were specific projects examples from service, environment, and education realms explored, but this interactive virtual presentation also discussed some of the impact of doing these projects in tandem with their global peers.
This is how we feel that we belong to the global community and we can have easy access to the whole world.”
Kheira, iEARN-Algeria Country Coordinator
The kids have learned a lot…how…
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