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2040: Film night for educators and parents is a Course

2040: Film night for educators and parents

Starts Mar 26, 2020

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Date and Time

Thursday 26 March 2020, 6.30 PM to 9.00 PM

Audience 

This learning event is right for you if you are an educator, parent or both who wants to know how they can act now so that the future for young people is positive and hopeful

Description                                       

In '2040', award winning film maker Damon Gameau examines what the future could look like if we were to take action now. His positive and passionate vision is based on the work of global thought leaders, innovators and educators. Following a screening of the film there will be a Q and A session with a member of the 2040 team and opportunity for small group discussion. In a fast changing world, where we are often presented with a bleak view of the future, this is a chance to be part of a positive conversation for change.

In CSIRO's Australian National Outlook 2019 report

The new Australia National Outlook 2019 report looks out to 2060. It signals Australia faces a Slow Decline if it takes no action on the most significant economic, social and environmental challenges. But, if these challenges are tackled head on, Australia can look forward to a positive Outlook Vision. This could mean higher GDP per capita, ‘net zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, strong economic growth and energy affordability, and more liveable major cities.

Key takeaways                

  • an inspirational film viewing
  • Q and A with a 2040 film team member
  • discussion of ideas from the film
  • 2040 curriculum package for teachers with lesson plans and activities

Presenter information

Deb Carmichael                

Deb Carmichael has worked in Independent schools for over 25 years as a teacher, department head and in senior executive roles. During this time she was involved in a number of projects including professional learning models, classroom observation, student leadership and curriculum development. Deb is now a Senior Advisor at Independent Schools Victoria, working in The Development Centre. This allows her use her experience, ideas, understanding of current research and passion for teaching and learning to engage and work with fellow educators.