Students in Costa Rica help protect the mangroves during Earth Day Mapathon. As part of its first annual “Mapathon”, MapWorks Learning asked schools, universities, and environmental groups around the world to map mangrove populations this Earth Day 2014, using the “Mapping the Mangroves” app.
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FOUNDER & CHIEF OF LEARNING
Andy is a scientist, teacher, father, cook and professional question-asker. He is most comfortable outside observing and listening to the natural world. He believes that true learning is about questions, thought and conversation.
FOUNDER & CHIEF OF STRATEGY
Kent has worked in international education for the past twenty years for such organizations as the World Bank, Teachers College, and the Eurasia and Qatar Foundations.ﾠ Is he an expert? Probably not. But with experience his understanding and judgment have improved. He has found that in the end all education is self-education.
CHIEF OF COMMUNICATIONS
Helene is an avid reader, content creator, and consumer of narratives. She has spent the greater part of her career focusing on strategic communications, film and photography, media literacy, and global social advocacy campaigns. She continuously strives to learn from those around her, both near and far.
We empower individuals and communities by providing them tools to share knowledge, raise awareness and take action on the issues that matter most to them.
Throughout time, maps have been used to create a record of where we have been and as an aid to helping us find where we want to go.
Maps can also show the pathways we take through the process of learning towards understanding.
Much in the same way that maps have been used to chart navigational pathways, MapWorks Learning aims to explore the connection between the physical nature of maps and how learners best make sense of their own learning pathways.
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