Dreamline cultivates
imagination, awareness, community and change
by engaging young people globally to
listen, reflect, create and share their dreams.

This year Dreamline is pleased to offer you three options for Dreamline in the Classroom.

Choose the one that’s right for your setting and begin the journey….We can’t wait to meet you on it!

Dreamline
BASIC

FOCUS
global community & dreams
SESSIONS/ASSIGNMENTS
2-4
PLATFORM
online, asynchronous – no video required
OR
on-site instruction
TAUGHT BY
your staff
TRAINING
Dreamline provided webinar recommended but not required
ACCESS TO
Dreamline World mobile app
Simple list of project steps
Participant email updates
COST
No cost.
Recommended PWYC contribution*


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Dreamline
ABUNDANCE

FOCUS
empathy, values, global community & dreams
SESSIONS
4-6
PLATFORM
online with Zoom or other live video platform
OR
on-site instruction
TAUGHT BY
your staff
OR
Dreamline’s Dream Team Youth Mentors
TRAINING
Dreamline provided webinar required
ACCESS TO
Online lesson materials for screen share presentation by teacher – phone-friendly
Detailed lesson sequence and material links
Additional downloadable teaching resources
Dreamline World mobile app
Participant email updates
COST
For teaching by your staff: Required PWYC contribution*

For teaching by Dream Team Youth Mentors: Quote of cost provided based on sessions and number of student participants
Some financial assistance available.

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Dreamline
HOPE RISING

FOCUS
activism & action plans, empathy, values, global community, & dreams
SESSIONS
10-12
PLATFORM
online with Zoom or other live video platform
OR
on-site instruction
OR
blended program integration of online & on-site
TAUGHT BY
Dreamline’s Dream Team Youth Mentors in coordination with your staff.
TRAINING
Group specific PD and planning sessions required
RECEIVE
Individual cloth-printed student works .
Dreamline upload service for posting student work.
ACCESS TO
Online lesson materials for screen share presentation – phone-friendly
Detailed lesson sequence and material links
Additional downloadable teaching resources
Dreamline World mobile app
Participant email updates
COST
Quote of cost provided based on sessions and number of student participants.
Some financial assistance available.

LEARN MORE & REGISTER


*Pay What You Can (PWYC) & Radical Inclusivity

Our suggested contribution is $35 per class group or $1 per student participant. However, groups who can pay more help Pay It Forward for groups who will pay less.

2019-20 Participant Leader List

Marzieh Abedi
Iran
Tehran
22 students, ages 13-15
Farzanegan 1 High School

Meera Das, Juveriya Inamdar, Smitha Rajit, Stuti Sharma
India

Nigdi
70 students, age 9-13
City Pride School

Amanda Earl
Mexico
Ixhuatlan de Madero
13 students, ages 17-20
Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural La Huasteca
December-March

Eudochia Jalbă
Moldova
Cantemir
24 students, ages 14-16
Mihai Eminescu Secondary School

Sarah Kinder
Namibia
Tsumeb
40 students, ages 13-15
Peace Corps Program in Namibia

Gull Fizza, Quratulain Shakil
Pakistan

Karichi
100 students, age 6-8
Beaconhouse Kindergarten II Jauhar

Neha Rafiq
Pakistan
Karrachi
20 students, age 4-5
Beaconhouse School System PECHS Campus

Gloria Hsu
Taiwan

Taichung City
27 students, age 9-11
Daya Elementary School

Zulfiye Velioglu Tosuner
Turkey
Izmir
144 students, ages 6-10
Eraslan School

Brielle Bumba
California, US
Salinas
25 students, ages 5-17
Maria J. Torres-Gil Community Center
January

William Gonzalez
Colorado,
 US
Westminster
20 students, ages 13-14
Crown Pointe Academy

Jeanne Poggi
Delaware, US
Wilmington
18 students, ages 5-6
Tatnall School

Justin LaRocque
District of Columbia
, US
Washington
178 students, age 13-14
DC International School

Laurie Kammrad, Kate White
Iowa, US
Council Bluffs
240 students, ages 12-13
Lewis Central Middle School

Natalie Stephenson
Maryland, US
Landover
160 students, ages 11-14
Kenmoor Middle School

Frankie Harris
New Jersey, US
Berlin
325 students, ages 11-14
Berlin Community School

Kim Kyak
New Jersey, US
Kearny
30 students, ages 9-11
Kearny School District NJ
January

Melissa Clark
New Jersey, US
Lawrenceville
100 students, ages 11-14
Lawrence Middle School

Heather Carline
New Jersey,
US
North Bergen
149 students, ages 9-12
Hudson County Gifted & Talented

Heather Carline
New Jersey,
US
North Bergen
42 students, ages 9-10
John F. Kennedy School

Michelle Szoka
New Jersey, US
Phillipsburg
404 students, ages 7-8
Phillipsburg Primary School

Jennifer Sculdheisz
North Dakota,
US
Fargo
20 students, ages 8-9
Ed Clapp Elementary

Maria Wells
Pennsylvania, US
Bala Cynwyd
25 students, ages 8-10
Lower Merion School District

Brenda Shields
Pennsylvania, US
127 students, age 6-9
Albert M. Greenfield Elementary School

Sue Worthington-Duffy
Pennsylvania
, US
Philadelphia
30 students, age 3-20
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Rebecca Long
Pennsylvania
, US
Philadelphia
211 students, ages 10-14
Laboratory Charter School , Lebanon

Georgina Harris-Sharper
Pennsylvania
, US
Philadelphia
162 students, ages 7-11
Laboratory Charter School, Oriana

Sara Kortesluoma
Pennsylvania, US
Philadelphia
33 students, ages 13-14
Meade School

Joy Waldinger
Pennsylvania, US
Philadelphia
198 students, ages 16-19
Olney Charter High School
October-November

Joseph Iacona
Pennsylvania, US
Philadelphia
144 students, ages 10-13
Philadelphia Museum of Art Delphi Programs
October-December

Miriam Harlan, Josh Herren, Diane Butler
Pennsylvania, US
Philadelphia
46 students, ages 8-9
The Philadelphia School
April-May

Regina Puleo
Pennsylvania
, US
Philadelphia
38 students, age 12-13
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy

Isabel Alff
Pennsylvania, US
Philadelphia
230 students, ages 5-14
November
St Rose of Lima

Cleva Garner
South Carolina, US
Greenwood
14 students, ages 8-11
Lakeview Elementary School

Vivien Kubulan
Texas, US
Conroe
30 students, ages 9-12
Creighton Elementary
March-May

Michael Munetsi
Texas, US

Dallas
227 students, ages 6-12
Anson Jones Elementary

Annamarie Ciofane
Texas, US
Dallas
200 students, ages 4-11
Arcadia Park Elementary

Shannon Kline
Texas, US
Dallas
274 students, ages 5-9

Angela Rodriguez
Texas, US
Fort Worth
140 students, ages 11-13
Rosemont 6th Grade
January

Shelli Aulisio
Texas, US
Ft Worth
356 students, ages 6-11
Sam Rosen Elementary

Beverly Balshaw
Texas, US
League City
100 students, ages 12-18
Devereux School

Hati Munetsi
Texas
, US
Rowlett
461 students, age 3-11
Herfurth Elementary

Clover Cochran
Texas
, US
Summerville
85 students, 13-18
Somerville ISD High School

Christina Cook
Texas, US
Texarkana
450 students, ages 8-11
Pleasant Grove Intermediate School

Suzanne Wakefield
Washington, US
Seattle
13 students, age 11
Tops K-8 School

Abi Paytoe Gbayee
Wyoming, US
Laramie
260 students, ages 11-14
Laramie Middle School

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