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Date: Tuesday, Jan 19, 2016

Time: 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Add to CalendarLearning to Live Together: Our Most Daunting Challenge01/19/2016 10:00 AM01/19/2016 11:00 AMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverLeader: Dr. Graham Pike, Dean, International EducationUNESCO’s landmark 1996 report on Education for the 21st Century proposed four pillars of education: Learning to know; Learning to do; Learning to be; and Learning to live together. Global events in succeeding years have suggested that Learning to live together, which UNESCO regarded as the culmination of the other three pillars, is the most problematic. In this session, Graham Pike will trace the eclectic influences that have shaped his perspectives on learning, drawing on experiences ranging from designing a children’s museum on world issues in North Carolina to implementing teacher development projects in the war-torn Middle East. His reflections on these experiences will attempt to illustrate why Learning to live together is so challenging and why so little progress has been made in recent years.Open to all VIU Campus Community Member (including students – please share with them!)This is part of the Successful Student Learning Initiative (Year 2) and the Leaders on Learning Series.false

Leader: Dr. Graham Pike, Dean, International Education

UNESCO’s landmark 1996 report on Education for the 21st Century proposed four pillars of education: Learning to know; Learning to do; Learning to be; and Learning to live together. Global events in succeeding years have suggested that Learning to live together, which UNESCO regarded as the culmination of the other three pillars, is the most problematic. In this session, Graham Pike will trace the eclectic influences that have shaped his perspectives on learning, drawing on experiences ranging from designing a children’s museum on world issues in North Carolina to implementing teacher development projects in the war-torn Middle East. His reflections on these experiences will attempt to illustrate why Learning to live together is so challenging and why so little progress has been made in recent years.

Open to all VIU Campus Community Member (including students – please share with them!)

This is part of the Successful Student Learning Initiative (Year 2) and the Leaders on Learning Series.

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