Hi, I'm Susi, based in western Massachusetts (USA). I wanted to be a teacher or a gardener when I grew up
LeAnne Grillo, Maine, USA Spaces for Change, teacher
Hi, my name is Sandy Dang from Washington DC. I am the Co-Founder and Principal of 11 Plus Philanthropy.
I want to be a teacher.
Elizabeth Reaves from Sustainable Food Lab
My name is Aneeqa Rana. I reside in Casablanca Morocco, but am from Houston Texas. My organization is DreamLab Education. I wanted to be a hotelier. :)
Hi everyone, Christina Cody, South Carolina USA, FIT2getherCCSD (within a school district). I wanted to be a marine biologist.
Enet Mukurazita, I am from Zimbabwe, today am in Waltham MA, I wanted to be a nurse
Ana del Toro Mijares
Hi everyone. I'm Ana del Toro originally from Monterrey, Mexico and currently working in Boston!
Hi, I am Sonja from Cologne Germany, UNICEF Germany and i wanted to be a Superhero :)
Justin Rogers, Albuquerque NM, with We Own It. Wanted to be a scientist/professor
Mariana franco, New York, Teach for All, teacher
I'm Hina from Karachi, Pakistan. I work at the Citizens Foundation, non-profit that works in education
Matthew Turner, from San Diego, with the Mindful Team, and I want to be an actor
Hi Merith, from the UK living in Washington DC with UAEM.org - I wanted to be a ballerina ha!
Juan Pablo Murra
Juan Pablo, Monterrey, Mexico. Astronaut
hi, I am Alfonso Rodriguez, from Mexico. I work for Instituto Natura, Learning Communities project. University professor
Akshay Gupta (Haiyya)
Hii everyone, I'm Akshay from Delhi (India). I am working with Haiyya as Head of Campaign & Mobilisation.
Maggie Guzman, from Monterrey, Mexico! politician!
Rizwan Tufail. Toronto, Canada, Affiliated with the Institute for Change Leaders, Wanted to be a pilot :-)
erika de aguero
Erika De Agüero, Mexico, Via Educación.
armando from Mexico. I wanted to be a farmer
Hi, this is Don from Charleston, South Carolina. I did not know what I wanted to be.
Hi everyone, this is Carolina Ampudia, I’m in Fort Lauderdale.
Feel free to pop any questions or reflections here in the chat box as we go
Congratulations Mariali Cardenas and Via Educación!!!
Amazing and beautiful work!
Thank you Mariali for sharing! I would love to know if you have tried the participatory methodology with parents or other members of the community. Beyond the school (teachers/students). And what was the experience.
I’m currently facilitating similar youth leadership and engagement focused on wellness and equity in South Carolina, USA. Did you develop specific curriculum for various grade levels and is it available?
I am working as part of a team to create a place based climate curriculum in our high school. Systems leadership is a core pillar. We are applying for a FoodSystems Vision Prize and would love you all to join us in the submission as collaborators. Sign up here https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/food-system-vision-prize/open-submission and find us. The submission is call CRAFT Climate Resilience through Agriculture Forests and Technology.
Mariali - It would be great to get any materials on the methodology for us to apply or try in our contexts.
Fantastic work Mariali. I would like to know how do you continue sustaining relationship once training’s are done and you move to other schools. Do have quarter catch up with teachers and school principals?
this is an email you can write to if you would like to get more information and set up an implementation process that is suitable for you firstname.lastname@example.org
Please share the title of the book?
Leading Change Network
Hi Sandy, we'll make sure to get the title from Mariali and share it with everyone after the session!
do you use local media and social media for student projects
Genuine participation. Very important
the beautiful, and coherent, implementation of the same core ideas at each level of stakeholders
There is a systematic way to lead change with youth.
deep engagement with the community early on the projects helps create a system that makes change sustainable even in the face of regular government and administration changes
Shifting the mindset of what and whom school is for created a virtuous upward spiral
How important it is to adapt framework’s to social context
learning: ensuring your community is a collective and how they can bring their questions and find solutions among them.
meeting students AND teachers where they are to start for genuine engagement…they have to want to do it
Silvia Alicia Espejel
Too many! Participation for children is not the same for adults… We have to bring children HOPE! Also, we still have bigger questions regarding the inequity of the world and we have to work harder and keep asking us how to build a better world
Realizing you actually can BE the change you want to see by living it since you are young is so valuable.
realizable, tangible goals for developing confidence
Civics and Citizenship: Theoretical Models and Experiences in Latin Americaedited by Benilde García-Cabrero, Andrés Sandoval-Hernández, Ernesto Treviño-Villareal, Silvia Diazgranados Ferráns, María Guadalupe Pérez Martínez
Check Chapter 10.
Juan Pablo Murra
Thanks Mariali! Congrats and very proud of your work.
Silvia Alicia Espejel
Thank you, Mariali!!! You are all an inspiration!!!!
Thank you everyone
Thank you, Mariali for a great session.
Thank you so much Mariali!!!
Thank you all and Mariali!
thank you Mariali!!!
Thank you all!
yes would love you know about you and work I work with Haiyya
Thank you Mariali!
Learning: Changes can come from the top but we are working on start a change that comes from the bottom from the children voice. We are teaching them that they have a voice that can be listened.