Welcome to the Treehouse Podcast! In each episode we’ll dig into the world around us, exploring how creativity and imagination drive discovery and innovation. Meet the experts and innovators redefining how we see our world, express ourselves, and challenge what we think we know about the world around us.
In this episode:
What is slow looking, and how can we use this tool to think like a geographer? Join host, educator and award-winning storyteller Wesley Della Volla and guest Peg Keiner as they discuss slow thinking, community engagement and that time she stumbled on a cactus in the woods.
Peg Keiner is the director of innovation at GEMS World Academy Chicago, creating spaces for people to solve the problems that matter to them. She empowers communities by helping them use technology to express themselves, collect data, and drive positive action. Keiner is a National Geographic-Lindblad Expeditions Grosvenor Teacher Fellow, National Geographic Education Fellow, Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Earth Education Expert, and Global Goal Ambassador for the United Nations Association Chicago Chapter. She is also the host of the podcast Thriving on the Possibility.
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