Interested in learning how Social Innovation can be integrated into the curriculum? Or, curious about what Social Innovation is? Check out the Social Innovation Zone located in the Exhibit Hall on April 26th & April 27th.

Vendors will showcase what their organizations are doing to create a nurturing ecosystem for social innovation and utilize open collaborative space to engage in conversations about social innovation and social enterprise, ideation and how social innovation can be fostered both in the classroom and in the community at large. Vendors in the Social Innovation Zone will offer 30-minute demonstrations about a topic of their choice.

Join aspiring young social entrepreneurs and the organizations that support them in the Social Innovation Zone, to ask questions and to learn more about Social Innovation!

 

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Presentations

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Problem and Solution Finding: Finding the real problem leads to finding the best solution

John Scully, New Media Manager, The Royal Conservatory

Brian Hayes, Special Education Resource Teacher, Sagonaska Demonstration School

Mike Di Donato, Special Education Resource Teacher, Sagonaska Demonstration School

Participants will explore the problem and solution finding framework that 6 Social brings to schools and communities.  By diving deep into the actual problem that is being faced, validating and designing a solution, students’ critical thinking and collaboration skills are dramatically increased. We use the six C of education to enhance teachers’ and students’ problem finding and solving abilities for the social issues that are important to them. Join teachers from Sagonaska Demonstration School and artist educators from Learning Through the Arts in this hands on, BYOD session. Once you introduce this process to your classrooms, your students’ problem solving abilities will never be the same.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Problem and Solution Finding: Finding the real problem leads to finding the best solution

John Scully, New Media Manager, The Royal Conservatory

Brian Hayes, Special Education Resource Teacher, Sagonaska Demonstration School

Mike Di Donato, Special Education Resource Teacher, Sagonaska Demonstration School

Participants will explore the problem and solution finding framework that 6 Social brings to schools and communities.  By diving deep into the actual problem that is being faced, validating and designing a solution, students’ critical thinking and collaboration skills are dramatically increased. We use the six C of education to enhance teachers’ and students’ problem finding and solving abilities for the social issues that are important to them. Join teachers from Sagonaska Demonstration School and artist educators from Learning Through the Arts in this hands on, BYOD session. Once you introduce this process to your classrooms, your students’ problem solving abilities will never be the same.