We’re hosting a TED Circle about Intergenerational learning on January 23 from 14:00-15:30 CET ONLINE.
Watching an inspiring TED talk together (we’ll be watching “Indigenous knowledge meets science to solve climate change” by Oumarou Ibrahim);
Learning from it, connecting the dots (how the talk relates to the topic) and meditating on how we can apply our learning points to our lives;
Inspiring and getting inspired by each other! Come ready to actively participate!
Your facilitators, Annabella and Antonis, will ensure an engaging atmosphere of learning so you can make the most of your experience!
TED Circles is an open platform of small groups that meet for conversations about ideas. It’s a new TED initiative where volunteer hosts invite friends, neighbors, strangers, or a mix – many who’ve never attended TED or TEDx events – to discuss a variety of interesting topics. It’s a great chance to learn new things and meet new people so I’m seeking new people to ensure we have a variety of voices included in this conversation! You can learn more on the webpage and in this animated video.