Next Level Lab Events

Save the World! With Fortnite Creative
Wednesday, February 8th, 3-4pm ET via Zoom (registration required)

We've seen how games can transform classrooms and communities, but can they help humanity survive and thrive? In this presentation as part of the Next Level Lab Distinguished Speaker Series, Steven Isaacs and Benjamin Kelly will discuss Epic Games' creation of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals lesson plans that can be used with Fortnite Creative to educate a new generation on the importance of sustainability across many aspects of life. Click here to register for the webinar.

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Learning in Uncertainty: Lessons from Teachers and Students in Contexts of Migration and Displacement
Wednesday, February 15th, 3-4pm ET via Zoom (registration required)

This presentation from Dr. Sarah Dryden-Peterson (Associate Professor, HGSE) as part of the Next Level Lab Distinguished Speaker Series presents three pedagogies of belonging – predictability, adaptability, and future-building – that can support displaced students as they seek to learn in the present and build their futures. These lessons from refugee education are relevant for the continued educational, economic, and political uncertainty so many students face and for anticipated future uncertainties related to pandemics, conflict, and climate change. Click here to register for the webinar.

Sarah Dryden-Peterson headshot