A compelling story has the power to guide one’s decisions for a lifetime. Especially when that story focuses on an innovative protagonist facing a dilemma, and invites students to envision themselves at the center of the decision-making action. That's the goal of the USD Teaching Cases on Social Impact, an exciting new endeavor from Spark @ USD and its mission of producing knowledge for changemakers.
Tuesday, November 1, 2022
USD Teaching Cases on Social Impact Brings Innovative Teaching Tools Into the Classroom
Written by Andrew Biros, Ed.D.
About the Author
Andrew Biros is the Founding Director of Spark @USD Social Innovation Institute, at the Kroc School of Peace Studies. He leads a cohesive portfolio of high-impact initiatives that cultivates social entrepreneurs, produces knowledge for change makers, and connects students to action. This work includes overseeing and managing the Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge and serving as Managing Editor of the USD Teaching Cases on Social Impact.