Move This World 5th Annual Global Summit in Transforming Education Through Creative Practices
“OUR TASK must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening the circle of understanding and compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”
- Albert Einstein, World-Changer
… Are YOU up to the task?
Move This World invites you to SAY "YES!"
Say YES to the call of world changers who have carved the paths we now follow.
Say YES to the opportunity to join forces with other visionaries to co-create the change we want to see in the world.
Say YES to serving your community.
Say YES to Empowerment, Empathy, Connections and Change.
Say YES to YOU!
Einstein gave us world-changing gifts of time and space. Move This World invites you to say yes to giving yourself the world-changing gifts of time and space this August - the time and space to reflect, create, collaborate, and learn.
This summer, we are widening the circle of understanding and compassion. Move This World’s 5th Annual Global Summit in Transforming Education Through Creative Practices is your opportunity to join forces with thought leaders, educators, administrators, creative arts therapists, sports for development professionals, and youth workers for an earth-shattering weekend in New York City, August 22-24, 2014. Come and be inspired, be renewed, be transformed. Say yes…
The weekend will kick off Friday evening with a featured performance by BIG APPLE PLAYBACK THEATRE (See BAPT on youtube!) and meet-n-greet, followed by two full days of exciting workshops, performances and presentations from innovators in the fields of education, applied arts and more!
Move This World is THRILLED to host Keynote Speakers leading the charge in Transforming Education at Global Summit 2014:
* Dr. Maurice Elias, Professor of Psychology; Rutgers University
Academic Director, The Collaborative, Rutgers’ Center for Community-Based Research and Service (http://engage.rutgers.edu/); Coordinator, Improving School Climate for Academic and Life Success (ISCALS), Rutgers Center for Applied Psychology
* David Banks, President and CEO of The Eagle Academy Foundation, Eagle Academy Foundation
Training will focus on three content areas: Self-exploration, community building, and curricular application
Sample sessions include:
- SELF: Strengthen your self-awareness, self-management, and the ways in which these skill sets intersect in daily life and work to cultivate emotional resilience
-COMMUNITY: Learn tools for establishing, building, and maintaining community and a safe space, both physically and emotionally in order to support positive school/organizational culture
-APPLICATION: Develop a personalized action plan for utilizing a creative framework for Social and Emotional Learning
The Move This World approach has a proven impact in addressing chronic absenteeism, decreasing suspensions, and supporting student achievement and teacher effectiveness
Past attendees include: District representatives, principals and teachers from Baltimore City Public Schools, NYC DOE, and DC Public Schools, university professors, social workers, school counselors, teaching artists, and creative arts therapists
Accomodations: Out of town guests can book a room at Hostelling International - New York by visiting hinewyork.org. Discount codes are available and provided upon registration!
*Continuing Education Credit is provided by Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES)
Your space is waiting. Don’t let any more time go by. Stake your claim and get your tickets to Move This World’s 5th Annual Global Summit in Transforming Education Through Creative Practices TODAY!