At a time when education is at a historic turning point, we want to focus on the amazing achievements of today’s students and teachers. Welcome to the platform that champions their voice.
We’re calling them our Future Voices because we believe they have the power to change the future of education, making it more inclusive and accessible for all.
From teaching martial arts to volunteering, these stories are proving that passion beats geography, resilience overcomes restrictions and creativity tops uncertainty. Find out how these Future Voices who are teaching and learning with Webex are reshaping education.
One month before lockdown hit in Paris, Dounia founded Abajad – an association which supports refugees to improve their job search by helping them learn French. She had to pivot and brilliantly adopted a hybrid model to continue teaching as many adults as possible.
Dr Jonas defies not only gravity but also what it means to be a gymnastics professor, achieving what sounded impossible a year ago - teaching gymnastics over video calls.
Can anything stop Costanza? We doubt it. When global fear was at its peak in March 2020, Costanza thrived - she swiftly adapted to remote volunteering, continuing to send help to children in the Sahara when they needed it most.
Swen gamified his martial arts training to teach his students in a compelling way. He put them into teams which took on challenges to gain points, all while delivering self-defence classes via Webex.
During lockdown, Network Academy instructor Allan stepped in to help schools across Kenya stay connected. He heroically made sure that they had uninterrupted internet access so that education could thrive.
Being a first-year apprentice during the pandemic was challenging. For Zainab, everything was new. She balanced her first professional role with completing a degree, all while working from home.
When it comes to sports, Ben’s got many strings to his bow. Ben coached a handball team via Webex, keeping his players both physically and mentally engaged.
At the beginning of the pandemic, Giorgia saw an opportunity to bring people together. She expertly organised a virtual education lab with students from all over the world.
One man. One laptop. 200 students. In the middle of the first lockdown, Geofrey managed to train over 200 young people in Kenya using Webex.
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