Educator and researcher
Laura Fulton is an educator and researcher who is passionate about communities in all forms: in person and online; global and local; formal and informal. She has lived, worked and volunteered on four continents. During the past eleven years, she has been a faculty member and administrator of Lester B. Pearson United World College.
Laura’s educational experience is as broad-ranging as her travels. She has taught learners from elementary children to adults, and worked in a variety of contexts including archaeological sites, inner-city classrooms, museums, NGOS, and independent schools. In addition, Laura has extensive experience in educational and community leadership; residential and outdoor education; and the design, development, evaluation and implementation of programs and curriculum.
Laura brings together her unique experiences, insights and perspectives in one of her current projects, CommunitiesKnow. Through this blog, Laura is nurturing a conversation about our capacity to create contexts and conditions that enhance community learning and health.
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