IMPACT is designed to give young people the time, support, guidance, and expertise to be change agents long before they leave secondary school, empowered and capable of creating a safer, kinder, and sustainable future. IMPACT is education reimagined utilizing a combination of online accredited course and credit programs with future-focused experience where 75% of the learning comes from true engagement through personalized and collaborative experiences, skills, and strategies now and for the future.
IMPACT can be adopted in five ways:
1. A complete IMPACT curriculum in a new or existing school.
2. One day a week in a condensed program like an Impact Wednesday.
3. Integrated within specific classes or subjects or when planning project-based learning activities.
4. As part of a more rigorous and relevant homeschool program.
5. An independent cohort facilitated by a trained Impact Guide.
Change within education can be slow and laborious. Impact-Bound is in need of courageous leaders in dynamic schools to collaborate by implementing all or part of the Impact design.
“Build it and they will come” If Impact-Bound had an impact-hub within a school or nearby, we could demonstrate the power to empower our young people.
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