Does our higher learning model need to be restructured? The Guardian’s Sonia Sodha certainly thinks so…
As children return to school from their Christmas break, many of them will be equipped with fancy new gadgets such as tablets, e-readers and laptops. Although these devices are useful in the education environment, they cannot be a substitute for knowledge.
Charlotte von Bulow, Judy Foster and Jonathan Code are visiting the Center for Discovery from September 21st to September 24th.
The Center for Discovery is a community of care that enables and encourages people with disabilities by attending to all the aspects of a productive, meaningful, and happy life, by creating a model of an inclusive and welcoming place to belong that supports the well-being of all its members, enriches the regional economy, creates valued work opportunities on Main Street and safeguards and enriches the health and well-being of individuals and the land that sustains us.
Charlotte, Judy and Jonathan will be running a Vision and Values workshop at the Center on Monday September 21st. Charlotte will also be delivering a workshop on The Role of Empathy in Organisational Development and Leadership on Tuesday September 23rd as part of the Heirloom series of workshops