project world school
from their about page:
Teens and young adults are invited to participate in one of Project World School‘s immersive learning events in 2015. Designed for homeschoolers, unschoolers and democratic learners alike, we offer immersive multi day retreats formed as a Temporary Learning Community. Each retreat utilizes the enigmatic landscape of each country as the canvas for exploration and discovery.
For the 2015-2016 season we will be producing retreats in Peru, Ecuador, Mexico, Guatemala and Argentina.
Each retreat focuses on a specific theme related to each of our host countries. Our learning communities merge immersive learning experiences with personal and social development focusing on global citizenship, cultural sensitivity, developing relationships, through exploring ethics and conflict resolution.
via Lainie and Miro
one of my fav posts about them:
Steve Hargadon on board of directors
Lainie’s episodes on world schooling:
super interview of Miro here:
All (or most) of my life choices were made by me, so rebellion became pointless.
dec 2014 – featured on wise-qatar edhub page: