Presbyterian Day School in Memphis is hosting the World Peace Game and its inventor John Hunter this week.
John Hunter was named as the first Teaching Excellence Fellow of the Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence in January. He is working exclusively with the Martin Institute to develope Master Classes for teachers based on his work. During his weeklongWorld Peace Game Camp in Memphis, Hunter and Jamie Baker of the Martin Institute are working with 13 teachers who observe the game in the morning and investigate new teaching and learning possibilities inspired by John Hunter’s approach in the afternoon. Teachers have come from all over the United States also as teachers from Norway, New Zealand, and Vietnam. Four teachers from Memphis are also taking part in the Master Class.
Catch John Hunter, the creator of the World Peace Game tonight and tomorrow in “A Converation With” on WKNO.