Thinking Routines: Take Action to Build Inclusive and Sustainable Societies

The following Project Zero thinking routines are designed to help learners develop civic skills and dispositions including:

  • Having a sense of belonging to a learning environment and to society and an inclination to participate in issues or situations involving human migration. 
  • Be sensitive toward opportunities to act constructively in groups, contexts, and relationships and a desire and inclination to make a difference. 
  • Employ understanding, voice, and capacity for influence to foster wellbeing among immigrant and host communities to strengthen civic life and democratic institutions toward inclusive and sustainable societies.
  • Reflect on actions to employ a repertoire of civic engagement tools to take informed and compassionate action (learn from the stories of the past, examine prior attempts, engage others, plan and execute).
  • Nurture an identity and sense of self-efficacy as a change-maker in more intimate and broader spheres.