20oct1:00 pm2:00 pmUTC-3 - Paula Barberis1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Argentina

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Greetings and general introduction. How does school teach for the unknown? We will be framing that question within the challenges we face as a country and as a region.
Ezequiel Listoffsky presents how he addresses this issue through project marathons in schools.
We will have several in person/live testimonies from teachers, students, parents, former students and consultants (1-2 min each) on how they think they can answer this question.
Andrés Kupervaser (former student) will share his entrepreneurial journey while he was at school and beyond those years, reflecting on uncertainty and how to adapt to a changing environment.
Fundación Agroecológica Iguazú will share their teaching and learning model, which is nature based and focusing on regeneration practices. How can we change the narrative of our planet Earth and think in terms of healing?

Paula Barberis

Region Leader – GMT-3h Timezone

Paula Barberis specializes in educational innovation. Her main focus is the inclusion of technology with purpose through student centered instructional design. She is currently the director of Learning at Egg Cooperation where she leads the development and implementation of innovative solutions for cooperation-based learning environments. She has over 20 years of experience in education and has been part of leadership teams in widely recognized schools in Argentina such as Carmen Arriola de Marin and St Andrew’s Scots School. She has also been consulting for big scale educational projects in Argentina and abroad, assisting the redesign of their learning landscapes and the effective use of space. Paula is a Teacher of English Literature (UCA), a Set designer (IUNA) and an Education and Technology specialist (UdeSA). She is part of the founding team of Festival Recreo and co-founder at Wintu, a consulting team dedicated to transforming learning practices.


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Time

(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location

Argentina

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