Resource Summary

An initiative of Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Out of Eden
Learn is an online learning community that connects school-age students from
around the world to engage together in “learning journeys” of cross-cultural inquiry
and exchange. These learning journeys invite young people to do several things: to
slow down to observe the world carefully and to listen attentively to others; to
exchange stories and perspectives related to people, place, and identity; and to reflect
on how their individual lives connect to bigger human stories. Out of Eden Learn
accompanies Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and National Geographic Fellow Paul
Salopek’s epic Out of Eden Walk: his multi-year journey on foot around the world
along the migratory pathways of our ancient human ancestors and experiment in
“slow journalism.”
This white paper is intended to explain the underlying philosophy and model of Out of
Eden Learn.
Use the link under Resource Links to download the entire white paper.

Resource Links

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