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The time is now for us educators to come together globally, share resources and make informed decisions.
We cannot simply hope for the best decisions to be made for us. Let's come together to be as prepared as possible. This is a virtual event.
Connect with Global Educators.
Create a plan of action.
Learn ways to ease anxiety for you and your students.
We will be so much stronger if we truly come together.
This is a virtual event. Join Gahmya Drummond-Bey, a global curriculum designer who has taught through 2 pandemics, and several special guests whose expertise will assist you in navigating these times in the best way possible.
More deets (and digital goodies) will be emailed to you closer to the date, as the meeting will be using the app, Zoom.
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It's time to come together...all of us!
Emotional Intelligence Specialist and Conscious Parenting Coach
"Supporting Kids Emotional Health During a Pandemic"
Global Curriculum Designer and Youth Connection Expert
"Teaching Through 2 Pandemics"
International ESL Instructor
"A glimpse into how we are handling COVID in classrooms in South Korea right now."
About the Host:
Gahmya Drummond-Bey is an Award-Winning Curriculum Designer who designs transformative learning and digital courses for school systems, academies, and high performing entrepreneurs.
Her mission is to push humanity forward by upgrading education for kids and teens worldwide. With this mission in mind, she has redesigned learning programs and trained educators in over 30 countries. You can see Gahmya's work on TED, TEDx, Mindvalley, The National Geographic, and many other learning spaces.
Gahmya's goal for this Town Hall is to present educators with sound information and knowledge that prepares them to take on the current challenge of teaching and thriving during the current COVID19 pandemic.
Gahmya has taught through two pandemics. The H1N1 pandemic, and the MERS epidemic (which is also a form of Coronavirus and became a pandemic.) MERS also continues to be a public health concern.