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Connecting Your Students to the World in the Age of COVID

Friday, February 19, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

Connecting Your Students to the World in the Age of COVID

Presented by Khuzama Rizwan Khan, Director of Program and Knowledge Management, Girl Rising; Stacie Cassat Green, Principal, 64 Crayons; and Kayce Freed Jennings, Director of the Girl Rising Educator Program, Girl Rising

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This past year has challenged us as individuals, families, communities, countries and globally—and it has profoundly impacted educators, students, teaching and learning. But, on the positive side, we have learned to pivot in order to meet the evolving needs of the moment. At Girl Rising, where we use storytelling to focus on themes of social justice, gender equity, and global citizenship, we have developed new free resources that are flexible and can be easily used for distance, hybrid or in-person learning. Our new interactive online learning experience brings young people together at a time when they are feeling unconnected and inspires them to use their voices to create change at a time when change seems urgent.

Watch Girl Rising in a conversation that explores these strategies for helping students connect to the world, access their resilience and develop their personal agency during this age of COVID. In addition to discussing the online module, we discuss the other strategies we are using around the world to reach students during the pandemic.

This recorded edWebinar will benefit teachers across subject areas and grade levels, as well as school and district leaders. 

 

Khuzama Rizwan KhanAbout the Presenters

Khuzama Rizwan Khan has over 15 years of experience in program management and education in international development. She has extensively worked in the areas of child protection, life skills education and women’s economic empowerment and has designed and delivered (global and regional) programs in both development and humanitarian settings. Khuzama received her MA in development studies from the University of Melbourne, Australia. In her spare time, she can be found enjoying long walks regardless of the weather conditions, reading nonfiction, and exploring healthy food blogs and new recipes.

 

Stacie Cassat Green

Stacie Cassat Green is the principal of 64 Crayons, a woman-owned consulting business that specializes in the design of technology tools, online workshops and courses, and curriculum development for learners of all ages. She has over 20 years’ experience creating learning experiences for digital, face-to-face, and informal environments using an approach that values creativity, high engagement, and deep understanding. Her portfolio includes projects for Union College, Skidmore College, New York 6 Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges, Intel Corporation, Advanced Practice Strategies, SERP, PBS TeacherLine, MIT, Department of Defense Education Activity, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Cengage, and Harvard University. Stacie also teaches in a digital media and learning design graduate program at Harvard University Division of Continuing Education.

 

Kayce Freed JenningsKayce Freed Jennings is Senior Advisor at Girl Rising and Director of the Girl Rising Educator Program. She has been with the project since its inception as part of The Documentary Group, which she co-founded. Before that, as a producer for ABC News, she covered international and national news while based in London, Atlanta and New York. She produced for virtually every ABC News broadcast and was on the staffs of Nightline, World News Tonight and 20/20. Kayce currently serves on the board of Win, New York City’s largest provider of shelter to homeless families, and the advisory boards of SOLA (School of Leadership, Afghanistan) and the Bridgehampton Child Care Center.

 

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Girl RisingGirl Rising uses storytelling to raise awareness and ignite action so that girls everywhere are valued and educated. Powerful stories about courageous girls who confront barriers to their independence—Including poverty, child marriage, violence, slavery, and tradition—Inspire students to see beyond their borders, and believe in their capacity to create change.


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Friday, February 19, 2021
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
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