Co-investigation Clusters are pre-designed, short-term, high-impact engagement sessions that promote the process of co-investigative learning. Participants 'cluster' around a particular relevant theme or topical issue while taking part in inquiry-based small group activities to maximise learning and engagement.
Connecting through Performing Arts
Gobal Legacies of Racial Justice
Protest Movements and Agents of Change
Quality Inclusive Education
Time needed for each cluster: 3 Synchronous hours (or two 90 min sessions)
Student group size: Session dependent (between min of 15 - 45 participants)
- High impact engagement sessions to encourage connection and learning
- Peer to peer discussions and collaborative problem solving
- Discuss and engage with relevant global themes
- Pre-designed and ready for student group enrollment
- Short time commitment
Participants will investigate oral storytelling traditions as a means of connection, participating in a puppet-making workshop and then performing a puppet show of their own.
Participants engage with environmental organizations in East and Southern Africa, reflect on Environmental Justice in their own context, and seek out ways of advocating for more environmentally healthy living spaces.
Participants engage with historical and present-day issues of racial injustice on the African continent through discussions with activists in Kenya and South Africa.
This cluster will focus on select protest movements in Africa, inviting participants to engage with various political leaders and learn from their perspectives on meaningful change.
This cluster explores obstacles to quality inclusive education in South Africa and challenges participants to critically evaluate access to, and the value of, education in their own communities.