*Challenge 18: ‘H+’ Goal for the Future of Humanity*
In just few months into the Covid 19 global pandemic, most schools around the world closed but the need of education was increasing everyday. These unprecedented rapid changes across the education, technology and business landscape led to high demand for a framework that will incorporate most learners in a safe educational environment, to enhance learning during the COVID 19 global isolation period. The schools now must reimagine their present and future with blended learning opportunities, where adoption of broad range of EdTech solutions will be the new normal both in developed and developing countries where internet access is still a problem. These digital evolutionarily approaches are fast shifting the debates from the traditional pedagogical approaches into collaborative models that include active digital citizenship, data security, mission-based learning, constructive and authentic systems for both students and teachers.
Challenge 18 sustainability and leadership games are pioneering a new playful language of the digital Wisdom Era, that introduces the logic of collaboration as the foundation of creative imagination in confronting the current global crisis. As a new Israeli venture that has taken the world by storm, Challenge 18 seamlessly combines education and technology with global sustainability goals in creating a unique playful mindset among students. “In the same way as FIFA is the global corporation for football, challenge 18 sustainability and leadership games is part of the Ting global sustainability corporation focusing on social values that encourage playfulness, authenticity, collaboration and voluntary active citizenship for both Schools, Academia and Corporate around the world,” - Prof. Marcelo Sternberg, School of Plant Sciences and Food Security, Tel Aviv University.
As David Hanson, the CEO of Hanson Robotics said, “The problems of the modern world are too complex and too complicated to be solved by a single genius or even a country. Today, we need not only global cooperation…