The Centre for Global Education is proud to be offering, with their partner organizations, the followingvideo conferences in November and December. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website, www.tcge.ca. Each conference is limited to six schools, and filled on a first come, first served basis, with priority participation is given to CGE/TAG member schools. For the complete listing of 2015/16 events, visit this link.
Join high school students from across North America as they come together to seek out and build consensus on how our scientific communities, local, national and international governments should move forward with Stem Cell Research. Students will hear about ground breaking research and learn about the implications it has on the ethical debate.
Join the Centre for Global Education, TakingITGlobal, and Staples, as we bring the world’s students together in A Global Response to Climate Change, LIVE from the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. Students will examine the complex nature of climate change, hear from global Climate Change visionaries and innovators, and talk about practical steps and movements students can be involved in to make a difference.
December Video Conferences: (Click on link for more info)
This one-part video conference will explore Resistance Art, looking at historical and current examples of work which bears witness to conflict and oppression or which actively confronts oppression. Guests will include several young visual artists from a variety of conflict settings in the Middle East, as well as several well-known artists, all of whom will share their work, discuss the intent and answer questions from students.
Shakespeare Festival (Dec 9, 9:00-10:10 MT/11:00-12:10 ET) Gr 10-12 ◇
Similar format to Liberalism Day. Four, fourty miniute session.
UNESCO Human Rights Day (Dec 10, 9:00-10:30MT/11:00-12:30ET)** – Gr 9-12 ◈
Come and celebrate International Human Right day by connecting with UNESCO and Equitas, International Centre for Human Rights Education, to talk about the changing and evolving world of Human Rights. Students will spend the hour debating and sharing about the varying manifestations of Human Rights locally and globally.
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The Royal Botanical Gardens, The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, the Royal BC Museum, The Digital Human Library, Streamable Learning and Central Okanagan Public Schools are in partnership in delivering interactive educational programming across Canada. pic.twitter.com/Ff88C8pvHf