On Friday, May 11, over 100 students, teachers and collaborators from seven schools across Vermont returned to Shelburne Farms to share their year-long Cultivating Pathways projects. This event was a follow-up from the gathering last fall where teams convened to learn more about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and engage in a design thinking process to develop learning impact projects centered on the goals. In a sense, this was a reunion tour - a chance for teams to share and learn from one-another and build ideas for what comes next. It was amazing to see what each team accomplished in a year and the pride the students took in their learning. I can't wait to see what new ideas and projects these students will bring to the table when we reconvene with a new group for CP3 next fall!
Check out this video from the Crossett Brook Middle School for a taste of what the students accomplished. So impressive!