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The Inspire Project

The Inspire Project is like a TED talk for students but backwards

What is The Inspire Project About

Instead of a speaker driven monologue aimed at students, it is a dialogue driven discussion with students.  Inspire provides a platform for students to understand the importance of unity and equality. The discussions take into account the social and emotional toll individuals who cannot afford materials that are necessities – especially in light of the economic and healthcare related disparities.

The Inspire Project removes ‘herofication’

James Loewen describes herofication as a process when individuals are portrayed as “perfect creatures without conflicts, pain, credibility, or human interest.” Loewen argues that the process of herofication damages students’ learning.  This process may also discourage kids from striving to be someone that is so perfect and untouchable.  The Inspire Project provides kids the opportunity to realize that these amazing guests are, well, just people like everyone else.

How Can I fit The Inspire Project into my classroom?

All it takes it seconds to sign up for a guest and join us for our newest pathway: Project Human!

Super Easy

Present/Provide information from The Inspire Project’s website

A Step Up!

Provide your students with the name of the guest and have them investigate outside of school

Come back with information to share

Highest Impact!

Tie a unit or subject to the guest’s background and impact

Mission Statement

The Inspire Project: Empowering students to become leaders today through innovative mentorship and action.

Vision Statement

Shaping the future by harnessing the power of our global youth now for a better world.

Interested In Donating

To donate to The inspire Project please click the button below and it will take you to PayPal. You can donate once or monthly.

Need Proof? What’s being Said…

School and career advisers are failing to encourage children to reach for the stars.

Teenage brains are like soft, impressionable Play-Doh.  There’s a softer side to adolescent minds: they’re vulnerable, dynamic and highly responsive to positive feedback.

The traditional education system seems to have at least 20 different methods for helping a student’s self-esteem plummet.

The adolescent years can be some of the most impressionable ones that kids will ever have.

As seen in/on…

  • Sarasota Herald-Tribune (2016)
  • Channel 8 News
  • L’Oreal (2017/2018)
  • AC4 Earth.Columbia
  • Fox News
  • Tampa Bay Newswire (2017/2018)
  • SRQ Magazine (2017)
  • Science Magazine (2018)
  • Rocket Kids Magazine (2018)
  • ABC 7 WWSB
  • National Geographic
  • Forbes (2018)
  • Scene Magazine (2018)

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