(Discussion) What does "Quality of Life" mean to you? Are you currently living a "Quality Life"? If not, what changes will you make to do so?
This discussion will focus on the important topic of our "Quality of Life". Factors that affect this include: Environment (do we live in a clean environment, without air or water pollution, do we have "green places" we can go to to relax), Quality Healthcare, Educational Opportunities, Employment Opportunities, Religious Freedoms, Social Support and Personal Safety
this debate will look at the pros and cons of immigration: job competition, aging population, entrepreneurship and hard work ethics, language challenges etc.
(Discussion) How do you feel about immigration into your country? Do immigrants contribute to a country's economic, social and cultural well-being?
This discussion will focus on the topic of immigration, and we will look at this from an international perspective. How do people around the world feel about immigration into their country? What benefits does it bring? What are some of the challenges?
(Debate) Employers should consider "Education" as a higher priority than "Experience" when deciding to hire people
This debate will look the types of qualifications employers look for when making a decision to hire people. Often, an employer will rank education as the primary qualification but should it really be #1 or does experience mean more.
(Discussion) What is the definition of a "quality education", how does it impact you achieving your goals and what are the most effective teaching strategies?
This discussion will focus on the traditional idea that education is a key foundation for success in your life and achieving your goals. We will talk about how we define "quality education", how receiving one can impact our life goals and the types of teaching strategies that are the most effective. This can include the use of traditional classroom tools, as well as how technology can provide opportunities to enhance the student focused learning environment.