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Phenomenon-Based Learning Projects to Change the World

Phenomenon-Based Learning Project Anti-Racism

A common theme that has emerged from the recent distance-learning imperative around the world, has been that project-based learning is critical in keeping students engaged . Educators can embrace this by moving int Phenomenon-Based Learning (projects with sparkles), and create opportunities that proactively promote themes such as anti-racism, equalitarian issues, and peaceful global solutions.
Teacher-trainer, author, plurilingual adviser
Doing something so different can be scary. The bad news is that you're falling through the air, nothing to hang on to, no parachute... The good news is there's no ground. Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

Teacher-trainer, author, plurilingual adviser


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Why did you create this innovation?

Phenomenon-Based Learning are critical in keeping students engaged in face-to-face and virtual classes. Framing learning through these multi-layered and globally directed projects are indicative in developing the student agency necessary to empower our youths to access their inner resources to create the world they want to live in. Divisive changes worldwide are addressed in innovative ways.

How does your innovation work in practice?

Phenomenon-Based Learning is designed to encourage students to propose, research and suggest creative solutions to global issues. Though encouraged by many educational departments worldwide, the structure given in this innovation is original and the only one that addresses all aspects of the methodology. With the outlined framework, teachers are easily led to create their own projects, with methods to specifically develop all principal and ancillary factors such as creating a learning environment that insists on an ethic of excellence and culture of trust.

How has it been spreading?

We have been introducing the structure of Phenomenon-Based Learning through face-to-face and virtual workshops, helping teachers around the world create projects personalised to their needs and/or offering the project we created ourselves called Ant-Racism: Proactive and Positive Global Changes.

If I want to try it, what should I do?

The Phenomenon-Based Learning structure designed by the authors, is available in a 5-volume set of books self-published and uploaded in The Anti-Racism project is available at one of the author's webpages


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December 2020
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