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Students will do a water walk to understand how hard it can be to obtain clean water, serving as a catalyst for their own empathy exercise.

Students will do a water walk to understand how hard it can be to obtain clean water, serving as a catalyst for their own empathy exercise.

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A travelling notebook gets passed amongst students for each to add to about what makes them curious.

A travelling notebook gets passed amongst students for each to add to about what makes them curious.

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Find inspiration in the Me to We organization to make a local impact for global change.

Find inspiration in the Me to We organization to make a local impact for global change.

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Create a Wander Society to notice our local place, inspire curiosity and whimsy in others, and create a better world for everyone.

Create a Wander Society to notice our local place, inspire curiosity and whimsy in others, and create a better world for everyone.

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Have students work in collaborative teams to undertake a creative challenge from https://www.hitrecord.org/

Have students work in collaborative teams to undertake a creative challenge from https://www.hitrecord.org/

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Erin commented on Snackchat

This is a really simple idea but could be so so powerful.

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Erin commented on Empathy Map Co-Creation

I've done empathy maps before, too, and they've been so helpful.

So how can we take the idea of an empathy map and apply it to help kids empathize with one another?Where do you think the point of differentiation might be for your idea? How does it differ from the dschool's version of an empathy map? https://dschool-old.stanford.edu/groups/k12/wiki/3d994/empathy_map.html

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Erin commented on Linkers

Love this idea! It reminds me of this, a bit: http://gamestorming.com/games-for-opening/low-tech-social-network/