Presenting our thinking tools at the UNESCO ‘Recommendation on Education for Peace, Human Rights and Sustainable Development in Asia-Pacific’ conference in Bangkok was a huge honour. Alongside educators, delegates included policy makers and government representatives.

The highlights for us included the youth representative panel and the Keynote speaker Nanaia Mahuta, the first Māori woman to have served as Minister of Foreign Affairs to New Zealand.

Our work aligns with the Recommendation’s guiding principles and learning objectives and we hope to be able to attend other regional launches to share and learn.

 

 

 

Check out the book at this link:

https://www.routledge.com/21-Visual-Thinking-Tools-for-the-Classroom-Developing-Real-World-Problem-Solvers-in-Grades-5-10/Harbord-RiazKhan/p/book/9781032662923