$435 pledged of $12,000 goal
$435 pledged of $12,000 goal

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I am in the process of creating e-learning that can be used in a variety of ways in schools and other educational avenues.  The e-learning modules will start with student choices related to their interests.  They can dive into their chosen interest to find out more about what those interests look like out in the world.  They will connect with people in their local area to solve tasks within that area of interest, and they will see that the options for their career or life interests are limitless.  Students will also plan and organize a service project that gives back to their community, because philanthropy is a valuable experience to promote.  Kids sit all day and get "filled up" with a multitude of learning pieces, but in a crazy busy world, they are not always asked what SPARKS them up.  We need to ask that, and when kids see that we value WHO they are, regardless of WHAT they can achieve in a traditional sense, they are more likely to put forth the effort in all areas of learning.  Connect kids with their dreams, their passions and their talents, and get them thinking critically about whatever floats their boat in this world. It matters.

Risks and challenges

The challenge I am facing at the moment is getting these modules created before the start of our next school year with the website subscription pieces in place. I have a few teachers, curriculum writers, graphic designers, marketers and learning management system designers who are able to help get this up and running, but I need to be able to pay them for their time and effort.

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