We Go Green: A WE Schools Resource

The WESchools website is fantastic for students and teachers everywhere. It is so neatly organized and makes it super easy to navigate from different tabs and articles. WESchools is a program that challenges students to identify the local and global issues that empower them with the tools to take action. WESchools also encourages that teachers…

WE Embrace Anti-Racism

The WE resource is an amazing resource for educators. I was unaware of this organization and all of the good that they are doing in order to impact the world. I was truly inspired after viewing their resources. In this blog post, I will specifically discuss the WE Embrace Anti-Racism section.¬† As a future educator,…

WE Charity explained

Craig Kielburger was inspired to take action in spite of the story of Iqbal Masih who escaped child slavery and was murdered for advocating rights for children. It is explained how their fight against child labor has grown into a global movement to provide children with tools that can aid them to free themselves from…

Understanding Local Hunger by WE movement.

WE charity is an international organization that partners with schools in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The organization aims to provide students with learning programs and tools to make social change in the world. WE charity also provides educators resources that can be used in their classrooms. One of the resources that…

WE Mental Well-Being Course

WE has made a few courses and modules for educators and help with common issues within their classrooms. The course I would like to focus on in this blog post is the Mental Well-Being module. This module consists of 4 sections: Understanding the issue. This section introduces the topic of mental well-being and provides a…

Using We.org Educator Resources for the Future

My experience finding a digital planning tool in We.org’s teaching How did I get there? Before selecting a particular skill and resource, I want to discuss how I got to choosing the WE Are Innovators: Inclusive and Sustainable Innovation lesson plan for elementary school students. I Started by scrolling down the homepage to WE Virtual…

WE Walk for Water with WE Schools

WE Schools is a unique, step-by-step program that challenges young people to identify the local and global issues that spark their passion and empowers them with the tools to take action. Teachers and students work together to learn about the world and to take action to create meaningful change. WE Schools has fantastic resources, lessons,…

Exploring Out of Eden

This week for our blog post assignment we were tasked to research the Out of Eden journey on National Geographic. At first, I found the different options and abundance of information very confusing, but after looking through you can see each topic has its specific place and everything is organized very professionally. For this blog…

My Out of Eden trip experience.

This past week I had the great opportunity to tour new places through Out of Eden on the National Geographic website. Out of Eden’s Paul Salopek is a American journalist who has traveled over 20,000 miles in Asia and Africa. Salopek’s odyssey gives viewers a look at historical sites, current conditions of regions and stories of…

Exploring the Out of Eden Walk

This week I got to learn and explore more about The Out of Eden Walk on the National Geographic website. This walk followed a gentleman named Paul Salopek, who is a fifty nine year old writer and journalist, across the world on a 21,000 mile walk. This walk took around a decade to complete. ¬†While…