- Kristina Stoney
Is it possible to develop a global classroom in which participants work collaboratively to design local solutions to global challenges?
Across time zones/language/digital access/culture/faith/perspective/etc....Is it possible to engage youth to work collaboratively to develop real solutions as a fun and interactive method of education?
like a digital and location-diverse version of John Hunter's the World Peace Game.
similar to Ken Robinson's idea that participants are not grouped by age, location, but by motivation and interest. Based on the principal located in Sugata Mitra's talk that collaboration stimulates opportunities from which learning emerges.