Making Better Teachers Podcast 24: SDG Summit

What is the upcoming Shekou SDG Summit? This week we talk to Nathan Lill, Associate Principal at Shekou International School about his role in organizing the upcoming summit to teach and inspire educators and students about the Sustainable Development Goals. Who will be at the summit? Why is it so important to hold an event like this and what will the future hold?

 

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Check out the Shekou SDG Summit website for more information!

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This week’s podcast guest is Nathan Lill. 

Follow him on Twitter: @NathanLill1 

 

 

During this podcast episode, Nathan also mentioned the inspirecitizens.org site! Check it out.

Also, follow Steve Sostack @inspirecitizen1 and Aaron Moniz @inspirecitizen2 on Twitter!

 

 

 

 

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Check out the Making Better Teachers Podcast over at VoicEd Radio! Check out the network! There are so many education podcasts to enjoy.

 

 

 

About the Podcaster/Writer:

Kevin O’Shea is a PYP/Nature/Outdoor educator currently based in Beijing, China. He is a father, husband, and avid conservationist. Kevin is an advocate for outdoor play and nature education.  He is the host of the long-running Just Japan Podcast and the BRAND NEW Making Better Teachers Podcast!

Twitter: @MadForMaple

Facebook: Making Better Teachers

YouTube: BusanKevin 

Email: makingbetterteachers@gmail.com

 

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