Thank you to everyone who took part this week - it is terrific to see so many of you speaking up about what you have learnt from others. It's brilliant proof of the truly 'global conversation' happening right here on the Hub, and made possible by all of you.
Stars have been awarded for the most original answers - where we noticed students giving specific things they had learnt from either other people, or particular activities.
Our first winner is determined_world of Sacred Heart School, Ghana - who explained how they had learnt something specific about the experiences of another member on the Hub.They gave good reasons for why this was so important to discover.
Our second winner is fantastic_dusk of Wonderkids Model School, Sierra Leone, who explained the importance of being sceptical and give good reasons, and told us how they had been inspired by a fellow member of the Burnet News Club. Well done to both of you!
The Global Conversation means many of you are connecting with students in other countries, which means you are finding out lots of new information, hearing other viewpoints and learning from different perspectives.
This week's competition asks:
What's the most important thing you have learnt from someone else on the Hub?
What makes it important?
We want you to share something that you've found out from someone else and explain why it is important to know.
- This might be something that surprised you and changed how you see things, or expanded your knowledge.
- It might be a point that disagreed with your own view, that made you change your mind.
- It might be someone writing about something that is beyond your own experience and taught you something new.
...or it might be something else entirely! You might need to do a bit more reading on the Hub before you enter this week's competition, so you have something to write about!
What's important is that it's something you learnt by connecting with other people.
The most important thing I have learnt from someone else on the Hub is... I think this is important because...
Entries close on Thursday 7th May at 5pm (UK time). Good luck!
PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE, and LIMIT YOUR ANSWERS TO 150 WORDS.