One Student…A love of animals…and an idea. Stir briskly for a purpose driven learning experience.
NOVA Lab students return to Fluxspace to present their projects to panels of community members, parents, and business people.
The last newsletter introduced us to the good that comes from planning (and growing) towns and cities at a human scale. Towns thus planned allowed neighborhood businesses to flourish. Barber shops, mercantiles, restaurants, bars, doctors…all these small businesses, vital to the health and well-being of citizens were also vital to the life of the townContinue reading “Backyard Beans: “A Small, Good Thing””
These initiatives consider their impact on a much larger geography (the world) and a much larger time frame (designing for the future). Such forward thinking is indicative of people who are concerned about the great good, who understand the necessity for all people to act within the framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and who are interested in making the world a better place.
Vol 1. No 4 of the Do Good Things Newsletter takes a look at the Good Work of Project Wayfinder and Purpose-Based Learning.