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Fostering Global Leadership: The Patiently Impatient Path to Change

1/13/2013 “There could be no creativity without the curiosity that moves us and sets us patiently impatient before a world that we did not make, to add to it something of our own making.” —Paulo Freire Every communication I receive from Joseph Hindogbae “Hindo” Kposowa begins the same way: “Dear Aunty Jeni.”  It started almost …

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Creating the Conditions for Accidental Learnings: Dialogue with Syrians, Palestinians, Canadians…and Wookies

11/4/2012 This fall, I was honored to be part of another multi-point video conference on the Middle East in Transition for Global Encounters, a series being offered to schools through a partnership between the Centre for Global Education, TakingITGlobal, and the Research Journalism Initiative.  The two-session series included a curriculum for classroom and asynchronous homework activities, which we’d spent …

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