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A few weeks ago, I implemented #Challenge18 – 1 8 days of Sustainability & Leadership Challenge. Following the virality of this move, and in addition to the challenges I have successfully implemented in the past, I thought I would share with you my method for creating viral challenges online. In this article, I will address the 18 days challenge of sustainability and leadership as a study case and a piece of inspiration for building the challenge that will work well with your organization.
Solving Global Challenges Using TING Method Where is humanity heading to? The changing demography of the modern world is undoubtedly one of the most profound changes affecting countries, education systems and workplaces today. In such an emerging, dynamic and complex reality, how can schools and universities prepare students for the next? What subjects should they aim for? What skills would they cultivate? Could part of the solution be in our ability as a society, or as an educational framework, to look at both the collective and the individual
Solving Global Challenges Using TING Method Where is humanity heading to? The changing demography of the modern world is undoubtedly one of the most profound changes affecting countries, education systems and workplaces today. In such an emerging, dynamic and complex reality, how can schools and universities prepare students for the next? What subjects should they aim for? What skills would they cultivate? Could part of the solution be in our ability as a society, or as an educational framework, to look at both the collective and the individual
#SDG1 #SDG2 #SDG3 & Quality Education #SDG4 The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a holistic and integrative set of goals, that is, they have been defined together and thought of as goals that are closely related to one another. Not every goal stands on its own, all connected and intended to be applied as a uniform set. For example, it is said that a strong, healthy and just society is measured according to its attitude toward the sick and the needy. Indeed, from education to all, if we encourage quality