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Lego Ed by Mind Map: Lego Ed

1. Links to UN / UNESCO courses

2. Need community outreach / stakeholder consultant manager

3. online accredited course

3.1. can be subscribed to by schools

3.1.1. provided with resources and training for teachers to deliver within their own schools

3.2. can be subscribed to individually

3.2.1. students can enroll and complete online

4. three base components

4.1. Know

4.1.1. Religious foundations

4.1.1.1. Common values, common origins, why conflict / competition

4.1.2. Refugee situation

4.1.3. Diversity groups

4.1.4. Brain development and mental health

4.1.4.1. “I not only use all the brains that I have, but all I can borrow.” ― Woodrow Wilson

4.1.5. Historical foundations of hate groups / hate crimes

4.1.5.1. “With guns you can kill terrorists, with education you can kill terrorism.” ― Malala Yousafzai

4.1.6. Self study / self management & research skills

4.1.7. Social Justice

4.1.7.1. 4 hours ago

4.1.8. Diverse Leadership Styles & Characteristics of leaders

4.1.9. Critical Thinking/Media Analysis

4.1.9.1. I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet. Mahatma Ghandi

4.1.10. Bilingualism

4.2. Radicalized Compassion. (Care, BHAKTI YOGA – DEVOTION)

4.2.1. Developing empathy & compassion

4.2.1.1. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Martin Luther King

4.2.1.2. Showing empathy (gender?)

4.2.1.3. positive psychology The PERMA Model: Your Scientific Theory of Happiness

4.2.2. Defining respect & collective responsibility

4.2.3. Growth mindset & advocacy skills

4.2.3.1. It's not worthy of human beings to give up. Alva Myrdal

4.2.4. Overcoming fear / rejection / failure

4.2.4.1. by taking action one could encounter obstacles (i.e. angering others, media bullying...)

4.2.4.1.1. What is to give light must endure burning. Viktor Frankl

4.2.5. Altruistic Service / how to help those in need without dominating them or imposing own values

4.2.6. Basic values - respect (self, family, friends, bigger)

4.3. Take Action

4.3.1. Communicating ideas

4.3.1.1. what is a conversation with purpose

4.3.2. Mini-projects (E.g.:no-troll zone, inclusive language of signage around schools)

4.3.2.1. It's not just about hope and ideas. It's about action. Shirin Ebadi

4.3.3. Volunteering

4.3.3.1. My actions are my only true belongings. I cannot escape the consequences of my actions. My actions are the ground upon which I stand. Thich Nhat Hanh

4.3.4. Identifying issues within own community

4.3.5. Identifying resources

4.3.5.1. “After the verb "to love,", "to help" is the most beautiful verb in the world.” ― Bertha von Suttner

4.3.6. Applying for support / funding / research proposals for entrepreneurship or university study

4.3.7. Public Speaking/Public Writing

4.3.8. Creative Thinking/Innovation

4.3.9. Social justice

4.3.9.1. Peace in the world is everybody's business, no matter where you live or what you do. Betty Williams

5. Assessment is an active project (either individually or as a group) one year project that has to show growth within an outcome related to promotion of peace / understanding / connectivity between diverse communities

6. Funding - crowd source or sponsorship

6.1. Need marketing/ / social media expert

6.2. Need web technician

6.3. Consulting education experts - teachers

6.4. Student consultation group

6.5. Start up funds for first program offered free to schools who demonstrate commitment to spreading the aims of the program / high need as identified by students

6.6. translation costs

6.7. cultural consultation

7. Pedagogy

7.1. Online connections

7.2. Cross-country groups

7.3. Facilitated conversations in year one (to push thinking and encourage safe sharing), moderated in 2nd year, open in third.

7.4. Study techniques of radicalization

7.5. Each section prefaced by a quote and bio of the speaker. Range of leaders/role models from across history/ethnicities/issues/generations/genders

7.6. Opportunities for students to add to curriculum as we go, and for alumni to teach/mentor new students

7.7. internal questioning activities for teachers/parents

7.8. shared creative commons resources

7.9. co-constructed, iterative, interactive, action-oriented, value-centred, knowledge-rich, collectivist, reciprocal education.

7.10. Look at Gigi's model of 'hubs'. Create soemthing similar for co-teaching

7.11. online cafe / lunchroom

8. the most important use of knowledge and education is to help us understand the importance of engaging in more wholesome actions and bringing about discipline within our minds. The proper utilization of our intelligence and knowledge is to effect changes from within to develop a good heart.” – Dalai Lama

9. How do we ensure hidden curriculum reflects / reinforces our values and objectives?

9.1. Need to b clear about collective responsibility of all.

9.2. Need to position ourselves as each active players shaping the experience

9.3. The curriculum / program itself must contribute to knowledge, visibly & actively care, move and grow while moving and growing others, produce innovation, ideas and networks.

9.4. compassion, reciprocal empathy