New Urban Arts’ friends Andy Cutler and Jen Silbert ask you
“WHAT’S YOUR MOST POWERFUL LEARNING STORY?”
And what do these stories teach us about what powerful learning IS and CAN BE for Providence – and the roles we all can play in making it happen?
One storyteller at a time, no more than 5 minutes each, personal examples of powerful learning moments are shared in ways that humanize and connect, shining the light on what everyone can do—strides short or long—to further catalyze innovation in Rhode Island education.
Building on the national Save Our Schools (SOS) movement to put the “public” back in public schools, Sam Chaltain’s Faces of Learning campaign, and the video series launch of “A Year at Mission Hill” in Boston, this “Learning 401” series brings together students, their families, educators, administrators, policy makers, employers, community leaders, and residents – anyone and everyone who knows learning and therefore has a voice in helping to advance it.
So spread the word, invite your family and friends, and prepare to be inspired.
For more info:
Jen Hetzel Silbert