Weekly 90-minute video Learning Modules – Where a cohort of like-hearted educational leaders will share their thinking and leading practice.
Experiential Learning – A unique and inspiring learning journey to experience what the future of education could look like, bringing a sense of wonder to your current teaching practice.
Innovation Lab – Collaborate with peers and experts from all over the world in developing innovative educational projects.
Time commitment is of approximately 4 hours a week. Certificates of completion will be awarded and projects showcased in an exclusive online hub as well as on social networks for their future development and implementation.
The program is intended for educators who:
Want to break away from the status quo and are looking to relaunch their career.
Wish to learn about the latest trends in education and how they will shape the future of learning.
Need to reconnect with their vocational call and seek to renew their sense of purpose.
Want to expand their connections to liaise with leaders and educators all over the world.
Are ready to develop hands-on innovative education projects.
What you will take away from this program:
A sense of renewed passion for your work.
Meet and add new peers to your network.
Gain new insights on how to bring innovation and leading practice into your workplace.
Learn new leadership skills and strategies to navigate the current complexity.
Derive new strategies for success from leading thinkers in the educational space.
Dr. Judy Willis, a board-certified neurologist combined her 15 years as a practicing neurologist with ten subsequent years as a classroom teacher to become a leading authority in the neuroscience of learning. With her unique background as both in neuroscience and education, she has written ten books and more than 200 articles about applying neuroscience research to classroom teaching strategies.
Christian currently lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He trained as a general and child and adolescent psychiatrist in Argentina and at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Director from 2000 to 2010 of a nationwide reference centre for children with special needs (FLENI – CETNA) and founder of the NGO PANAACEA (a national Autism Program for children adolescents and adults).
Since 2000 he explores different contemplative practices, with a special interest in human evolution, meta-cognition and wellbeing and its application in healthcare, psychiatry, education and teacher education. In 2006 he was invited to share a dialogue with HH Dalai Lama about Science and Spirituality. Current director for Latin America and Spain of the Academy for Mindful Teaching, being certified as a Child and Adolescent Mindfulness trainer, Eline Snel Method (www.elinesnel.com).