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Transform.Ed Briefing #23
Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of Hope, UNESCO’s Happy Schools Initiative, and the story of a high-school teacher to give you the perfect inspiration for the week!
“If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.”
– John Dewey
Amidst the launch of multiple chatbots like ChatGPT, Bard, Claude, et cetera, the tech hype around Generative AI seems real. Last week, we asked our readers about the possible impact of AI on education, and 67% felt that AI has the potential to change education but needs regulation. This transformation will have significant implications for the future of education and humanity, leaving us perhaps with no scope for even a peccadillo!
The Global Citizenship Foundation’s June 22-23 Forum event will discuss how to leverage AI for enhanced learning experiences. If you or your colleagues have not yet, you can still register here!
With this carefully-curated edition of Transform.Ed Briefing, you can explore featured articles, stay informed about the latest education policies, participate in our weekly poll, discover global events, indulge in a recommended movie, enhance your skills with professional development opportunities, enrich your knowledge with our book recommendations and stay on top of finding exciting job opportunities!
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In service of education and visionary education leaders,
— Aaryan Salman
Global Citizenship Foundation
📄 Big Ideas
Discover thought-provoking insights from the .ed Magazine and around the web!
By Dr. Douglas Bourn | .ed Magazine
By Heart-Mind Online
🗳️Poll of the Week
Our weekly poll, designed to spark conversations on critical topics impacting you and education.
📜 The Policy Pulse
Stay informed about the latest developments in education policy with our curated selection of articles, policy briefs, or other valuable resources.
Going Global with the Happy Schools Framework: Supporting Holistic School Happiness to Improve Teaching, Learning and Well-being
🗓️ Global Events for Educators
Explore exciting upcoming events for educators worldwide.
Jun 17: SAW Friday Night Comics Workshops
(Free Entry) This is an Online Event hosted by Sequential Artists Workshop.
(Free Entry) This is an Online Event hosted by Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE).
Jun 22: Dublin Declaration Implementation: Strengthening the Dialogue Between Civil Society and Policy-makers in Central Europe
(Free Entry) This is an Online Event hosted by the Global Education Network for Europe (GENE).
Aug 30 - Sep 01: Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER) 2023 Conference
(Paid Entry) This is an Onsite Event hosted by the Institute for Higher Education Management at WU - Vienna University of Economics and Business.
🎬 Lights, camera, education!
Enjoy a thought-provoking film recommendation.
The story of a high school teacher who successfully inspired his dropout-prone students to learn calculus.
💻 Courses & More
Enhance your skills and competencies with our handpicked courses and professional development opportunities.
By Commonwealth Education Trust (via Coursera)
📚 Must Read Book
Discover our featured book recommendation, carefully selected to inspire and empower education leaders.
💼 Job Opportunities
Explore exciting career opportunities and openings in educational institutions and international organizations.
🇨🇱 Educational Assessment and programme management specialist (Service Contract), UNESCO, Chile (Deadline: 26 Jun 2023)
🇲🇾 Secondary English Teacher, The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (Deadline: 30 Jun 2023)
🇺🇸 Head of School, Fay School, Massachusetts (Deadline: 06 Jul 2023)
🇬🇧 Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Enterprise, Queen's University Belfast (Deadline: 07 Jul 2023)
🇨🇳 Deputy Head of Senior School, Wellington College International Shanghai, China (Deadline: 31 Jul 2023)
🇭🇹 Education Technical Advisor, Save the Children, Haiti (Deadline: Open until filled)
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The Global Citizenship Foundation is a leading specialist international organization based in South Asia (NCR Delhi, India) and the European Union (Tallinn, Estonia). Its principal mandate is to realize the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 4 and Target 4.7 (Education for Global Citizenship and Sustainable Development). Since 2016, the GCF has impacted education in 70+ countries, striving to transform education for human and planetary flourishing.