Sun, 06 Sep | Zoom

Green There, Done That! with Green School Bali

Re-imagining Schools As Primary Engines Of Positive Change!
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Green There, Done That! with Green School Bali


06 Sep 2020, 18:30 GMT+5:30

About the Live Session

Imagine this, a school without walls, a campus which ignites the senses and the natural curiosity of children, a place where innovation, creativity and learning flourish, a community, which has come together from all corners of the globe to share new experiences - that's Green School Bali for you! We bring to you the opportunity to interact with the Innovation Hub team at Green School Bali, a school endorsed by Ban Ki-Moon, Jane Goodall and Gunter Pauli to name just a few.   

In conversation with the founder and current manager of Innovation Hub (i-HUB), Green School Bali, the session will shed light on how the i-HUB incorporates learning with purpose and inspires Entrepreneurial Problem Solving. Join us to learn all about i-HUB's impact on its students as well as the environment.

About The Speakers

Dita Anggraini

Innovation Center Manager at Green School Bali

When she was a kid, people always said that smart means we are good at math or science. Dita realized that's not true. This world is full of people with different interests and talents. At Green School, each individual with the uniqueness is facilitated and encouraged to develop their strengths. That's where Innovation Hub plays a role, they want to be a place for each student to develop their free idea and embrace their unique passion. Education must be fun for every student and teacher.

Baxter Smith

System and Support Specialist at YouSolar, Inc.

Baxter is passionate about how to make the world we live in better through a stronger connection between our hands and minds and thrive in the natural environment that Green School is immersed in. Baxter gets excited with big ideas that have long term impact, not just in education but also in everyday life, and when it comes to it, doesn't mind getting his hands dirty to keep things going. He also likes to get involved with robotics and computers and machines as this is and will continue to be one of the foundations of society, government, life.

Harry Rostron

Graduate, Green School Bali

Bali, Indonesia

Aspiring Architect, young green leader, GS Board of Learners member, a youth activist.

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