John Hunter, internationally acclaimed author of “World Peace and Other 4th Grade Adventures” and creator of the World Peace Game, will headline Friends School of Baltimore’s Symposium Series on the Future of Education with two free events, beginning on Monday, October 17, 7 pm, with a screening of the acclaimed documentary, “World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements.” A 2014 TED Talk All-Star and TED-Ed advisor, Mr. Hunter will engage the audience during a Q&A immediately following the film, which will take place in the School’s Forbush Auditorium. Admission is free. Click here to register. Watch the trailer now.
John Hunter will return to Friends on Thursday, December 1, 7 pm, to share his experiences and views on the future of education. Admission for this event is also free. Copies of Mr. Hunter’s book will be available for purchase and signing. Click here to register for the Dec. 1 lecture.
Special notice to teachers:
Mr. Hunter leads sold-out World Peace Game camps and master classes around the country and internationally. In addition to his October 17 and December 1 Friends School appearances, he will lead a five-day master class for teachers (all grade levels) Monday, November 28 to Friday, December 2 at Friends School of Baltimore. Educators who are interested in participating in the week-long professional development opportunity should act now. Financial assistance is available and class size is limited. For more information and to register for the master class click here.
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