With the current stream of news events highlighting the many problems in the world, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed and hard to know how to take action to have a meaningful impact. Add in the demands of day to day life and busy daily schedules, and taking action to build a better world may seem like an impossible feat.
Where does one even begin?
In this webinar, we will look at how families can use their own interests, skills and talents to identify service opportunities that align with family concerns and values. The process can help families grow closer while also helping to make the world a better place.
Erin is an artist, activist and educator whose passion is making the work a better place via the arts and education. Originally from the US, Erin is currently based in Switzerland. She has previously taught at schools in Ghana, South Korea, Togo, Bali, and with the United Nations School in New York. An expert in social emotional and child centred, inquiry based learning, she focuses on nurturing global citizenship, happiness, and social activism within children, and is the founder of Happiness 101: Teaching Our Children the Habits for Happiness. A TEDx speaker, Erin has delivered keynotes and workshops for parents and educators across the globe. In addition to writing for World Mom’s Network, Huffington Post, The Gates’ Foundation, and Union Station Magazine, she is a parenting coach with Babystep.expert and a workshop leader for the International Baccalaureate Organization.