Inspirational teachers are all over the world but are hidden sometimes from the public eye. Mareike Hachemer shares the same vision as myself. Promting the global goals in all classrooms around the world. The need to get all children into a classroom and learning.
Take a look at Mareike’s credentials:
I’m a high school teacher for German, English and Drama in Wiesbaden and at the International Department of the Ministry of Education in Hesse, Germany. I am on a mission to connect learning to the UN Global Goals. As a member of the Pestalozzi Programme, the Council of Europe programme for the professional development of teachers and education actors and as a UNESCO delegate for the role of teachers in Peace and Sustainable Development, a top 50 finalist in the Global Teacher Prize 2015 and Teacher Prize Jury Member 2017, I support an education that fosters intercultural competences and active citizenship. I am a Fellow for the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes in Kansas. My ideas are published in articles and public speeches such as “Teaching – The Most Important Profession in the World”, given at TEDxHeidelberg.
Her TED talk is a true indication of teaching around the world.