Meet Our Partner: Inspire Citizens
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INSPIRE CITIZENS: ECO-MEDIA
Eco-Media is a set of hybrid learning opportunities for students everywhere to explore and produce meaningful media for the critical and compassionate exchange of ideas.
The programs and publications blend the studies and application of deep ecology, social cohesion, civil discourse, well-being, and critical media literacy to engage students in unpacking a complex technological landscape while creating media for a healthier, happier, and more sustainable world.
All of our learning experiences follow Empathy to Impact, our HEART, HEAD, HANDS approach to teaching and learning that is built for engaged global citizenship: Compassion, connection, understanding, and action.
Schools, educators and students can customize experiences with our Inspire Citizens’ team around launching Eco-Media programs, co-designing learning experiences, embedding humane media and technology literacies into practices and school communities, and empowering learners to design purposeful publications for local and global digital exhibitions and our own Inspire Citizens archives.
Inspire Citizens in Action
We are proud to announce Inspire Citizens as one of our #DigCitApproved partners.
At the Digital Citizenship Institute, personalized learning is the foundation of our core values. We are committed to providing learners of all ages and abilities opportunities to be entrepreneurial, empathetic, inclusive, and innovative as they develop a proactive and positive digital citizenship community mindset. Instead of the one-size-fits-all approach, we want our learners to experience digital citizenship.
While on a recent OnEdMentors podcast with Inspire Citizens, we knew immediately that our visions were aligned:
Inspire Citizens continues to develop interconnected relationships across elements of teacher training, student empowerment, global-competence-based curriculum development, activists in residence visits, student public media program development, wellness and mentoring design, and EAL and diverse learner advocacy.