A year ago, I was proudly standing on Eagle Rock in the Tuli Block of Botswana with 30 students from 25 different countries.
Two years ago, I was standing on Eagle Rock envisioning what a Rite of Passage for a world-traveling high school might involve. Armed with my background in Social and Cultural Anthropology, having an MA in Curriculum Design, and having planned and undergone many transformational travel experiences, I was ready for this challenge.
Our first Rite of Passage in Botswana was a great success and I look forward to watching THINK Global School’s second cohort leave feeling exhausted, unified, and inspired. All the best to the inspiring educators in the group!