Global Learner’s Success Conference
An Anthropologist proposed a game to an African tribe’s children. He put a basket, full of fruit, near a tree and told them that whoever got there first, won the sweet fruits.
When he told them to run, they all took each other’s hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that, as one could have had all the fruits for himself, they said, UBUNTU. How can one of us be happy if all the others are sad? Ubuntu in the Xhosa culture means, “I am, because, we are”.
And as Ubuntu is the theme of this year’s conference, we would like to invite you to join us for two days filled with exciting information about how to create your own micro-school and see the newest techniques in creating critical-thinking students who can co-create their own futures.
You’ll hear from teachers and parents who created their own micro-schools from the ground up. You will learn how they began and the ups and downs that they experienced throughout their journey. You will also visit other micro-schools, from around the globe, to see what they are doing and see the newest techniques they use in their micro-schools. You will learn how to engage students in the entire process of their education and to look beyond obstacles, for opportunities.
Watch them to get a perspective on the theme of our conference
If you are interested in innovative education, or you want to apply teaching techniques such as those used in exclusive schools like Harvard University, which are reserved for only the few ($50,000 (+) a year/student).
We offer techniques they use, and beyond. They have spent millions of dollars in research to find best outcomes. We are now able to expose these methods to the public and especially all teachers and parents. Whether you have a micro-school or want to start one or even if you want to homeschool your children, it is you that we want to help
We welcome everyone who understands that we can only build an effective educational system from bottom up, where all of us are participating, holding hands, as it is with our conference theme, “UBUNTU”.
Our conference introduces logical thinking in every school, for all children. Teachers and parents will become the leading educational force now, and will be considered first when funding arrives as they will already be practitioners of the techniques offered by GEAC.
If your child’s school isn’t using these techniques, please consider incorporating them within your community! ACT – don’t wait for change to happen without your input. Give your community this opportunity. I AM, because WE ARE – “UBUNTU”.
March 25th and 26th March, 2023
The Conference features 35 presentations from 14 countries around the globe, sharing their knowledge of how to open a micro-school. A sampling of the presentations include; positive teaching, hands-on active learning, passion projects, urban gardening for micro-schools and a plethora of exciting and cutting-edge learning techniques. So, join us, as we reveal the newest available research in education! See you at the conference!
|DAY 1||MARCH 25TH 2023|
|Mackensie Oliver||United States||First Three Steps: Starting a Micro-School in the US|
|Cassie Janisch||South Africa||Misty Meadow School, Where It All Began|
|Cassie Janisch||South Africa||Presenting Misty Meadows Micro-school|
|Maria Yary Cano Rave||Colombia||A Corporation without Limits – An Alternative School Model|
|Angie Orjuela||Colombia||Experiences in Creating Micro-Schools|
|Susanne & Jasper||Trinidad and Tobago||Discoveration in Nature with a Five-Year Old|
|Kerstin Klaes||Switzerland||The Swiss School System|
|Dorothy Bonk||United States||The GEAC Model of Micro-Schools|
|Samuel Kamwanje||Malawi||Critical and Practical Education Inspired by GEAC|
|Sofia Clara All-Myrrhenea||Trinidad and Tobago||Micro-School Situation Around the Globe|
|Suzanne Glick & Amber Wright||Canada & United States||Creating a Micro-school in the US & Canada|
|Suzanne Glick & Amber Wright||Canada & United States||12 steps to Launch a Learning Center|
|DAY 2||MARCH 26TH 2023|
|SPEAKER||COUNTRY||TOPIC: LEARNING TECHNIQUES|
|John Ramirez||United States||Creative Math for Everyone|
|Rebecca Kisakye||Uganda||Active Learning|
|Rebecca Kisakye||Uganda||Active Learning Strategies|
|Anneri Miguelina Abreu||Dominican Republic||Montessori Education|
|Sheila Kihima||Kenya||Teaching Methods and Techniques|
|Nicholas Kellah & Ramsy Mumo||Kenya||Socratic Teaching|
|Kerstin Klaes||Switzerland||Mind Mapping|
|Maria Yary Cano Rave||Colombia||Experiences with the Montessori Method for Neuro-Diverse Children|
|Nikoletta Krizso||Hungary||Positive Teaching|
|Sharon Kimmelman||USA||Growing in an Urban Environment|
|Juliet (Student)||Gaiana-USA||Active Learning From A Student’s Perspective|
|Latnie (Student)||Gaiana-USA||Active Learning From A Student’s Perspective|
Various Topics on Microschools and Learning Techniques
Masters Degree in Neuroscience of Education, notable thesis in the use of AI and Bilingual Education, trademarked a novel methodology to teach math named Inner-Math; a multidimensional approach to the instruction of basic arithmetic, simplifies processes and extremely successful with elementary age students.
Director of the Vice-Rectory of Graduate Studies and Research at the Universidad Nacional Evangélica Recinto Santiago. Expert in education and research; Post Doctorate in Philosophy and Research, Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Specialization in Administration of Educational Centers.
For more information on the global Education Conference, how you can take advantage of this opportunity, and queries / participation in the Conference, fill in your details in the form below to register. We will send out the link two days prior to the event to your email. We hope to see you on March 25th and 26th March, 2023, from 8:00am – EST.
Global Learner’s Success Conference
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We are grateful for your generous donation towards taking the step to eliminate the “middleman” in working directly with children, where there is the greatest need. Your commitment to filling the basic needs; the bare necessities, for micro-schooled children around the globe, gives rise to hope that communities can become self-sustaining and families can learn how to be nurturing once again. Thank you.