[Sharing City Seoul] Seongbuk-gu Sharing Economy Academy Completion Ceremony

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Last November 10, the last class and completion ceremony of the Sharing Economy Academy was held at the 4th floor, Seongbuk Art Hall of Seongbuk-gu Office.

 

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Held in Seongbuk-gu, the Sharing Economy Academy is an academy for understanding sharing economy, which is the core value of the 4th Industrial Revolution, and for cultivating sharing activists who will spread the culture of sharing. This is targeted mainly towards children and teenagers. This Academy was held from October 20 to November 10, carrying out seven sessions in total.

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Through the seven sessions, the students understood sharing economy and the youth’s role. They made a sharing economy school teaching plan to be conducted for children and teenagers, and then had a demonstration training for the last session.

 

 

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Representative Kim Eun-seok, President of the Children’s Leadership Teachers Association, conducted the Sharing Economy Academy and likewise thanked the students for joining the activity, despite their busy schedule and tight line-up of activities, before the commencement of the sessions.

 

Prior to the presentation, the students discussed what they initially felt about the trainings and mentioned, “Although it was difficult at first to understand how sharing should be primarily approached and solved; through the lectures, we have realized that the sharing culture has already taken place in our daily lives and we recognized that we can start with small things around us.” They also added that they’re still thinking about ways to inform the youth about the culture of sharing.

 

In fact, most of the students of the Sharing Economy Academy consisted of women in the local area, particularly housewives and women whose career has discontinued. After completing the Sharing Economy Academy classes, their goal is to become sharing activists.

 

 

The last, 7th session discusses on means to educate sharing to the youth based on what they have learned so far. In a sharing economy youth teaching demonstration program composed of 12 graders, the students were divided into five groups with four members each. Each group was given a task, where they then presented a lecture guidance and a direct demonstrational education.

 

We’ll now introduce the future sharing activists and their educational programs.

 

 

<Jjakkung (Partner) Team, who demonstrated the concept of sharing economy (Kim Yoon Soo, Shin Jeong-ah, Yang Jee-Yeon, Jeong Yoo-hee)>

 

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The Jjakkung team presented a lesson about the concept of sharing economy for first year middle school students.

Through the dictionary meaning and images, they’ve presented a lecture about the concept of a sharing economy; through people sharing using pictures, the flow of economic activity; through sharing economy videos, they presented the idea of organizing and presenting students’ concepts and thoughts on sharing economy.

 

 

<A4 Team, who introduced sharing economy companies (Kim Seon-ok, Park Min-hae, Jeon Ha-gyung, Hwang Eun-hye)>

 

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Similarly, the A4 Team presented a demonstration lecture for first year middle school students about introducing sharing economy companies.

Among various sharing economy companies in a variety of service sectors such as space, talents, goods, etc., they have focused on talent sharing. They explained various talent-sharing companies such as Idda, Jaenung Net, Air Kiss, etc. based on students’ interests.

Similarly, the A4 Team presented a demonstration lecture for first year middle school students about introducing sharing economy companies.

Among various sharing economy companies in a variety of service sectors such as space, talents, goods, etc., they have focused on talent sharing. They explained various talent-sharing companies such as Idda, Jaenung Net, Air Kiss, etc. based on students’ interests.

 

 

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After the demonstration lectures, we also made time to provide feedback to each group.

With the feedback, the groups were able to revise their lectures, and to re-think about how it is best for them to approach students about sharing economy.

 

 

<Star Team, who introduced the value of sharing using arithmetic operations, and shared items (Kim So Young, Lee Young-im, Jeong Da-woon, Kang Min Jung)>

 

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The Star Team related the statement, “If you add and multiply, there is many. If you divide and subtract, it is light,” to the concept of sharing economy. In different post-it colors, students were asked to write down what they want to add or subtract. Afterwards, the team suggested that the students would be asked to classify these according to its value and would then launch a Sharing Day.

For example, for a student who wrote “I have a book’” the aim is for them to realize the value of using resources.

 

 

<Hot People Team, who introduced the application of shared items through sharing case studies (Kim Hye-jin, Kang Ji Yeon, Lee Sang-mi, Shin Dong-im)>

 

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The Hot People Team started with an ice breaker involving matchsticks. They then demonstrated shared spaces that can be used, and taught how to recycle idle facilities.

The lesson is about looking for public idle facilities around us, and to share ideas with the students on how to transform these public idle facilities into fun spaces.

It was a lecture wherein the instructor would show a picture of a public space, and then students would use their smartphones to search where that place is, using only the hints given.

It was an opportunity to learn the spaces that teenagers need through the discussion on how to change the spaces they’ve searched on their own.

 

 

<Show Me The Sharing Team, who taught about sharing economy ideas that we can practice (Roh Shi-in, Park Hyun-ah, Yoon Kwi Tae, Jeon Min-hee)>

 

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The Show Me The Sharing Team showed a demonstration lecture where students express and present their own sharing economy ideas. As a finale to the lecture program, students would write their sharing economy ideas, which were shared during the group discussions, on a quarto paper. They would then present this in front of the class and receive feedback from other students.

 

 

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The twenty students who finished their presentations received certificates from Manager Shin Soo-ryun of the Seongbuk-gu Village Social Economic Center.

Manager Shin Soo-ryun mentioned more than 80% of the total students have completed their training; as such, she thanked all the students for finishing their course, and said that the sharing activists’ roles are important in educating the youth about the sharing economy. Upon seeing the demonstration lectures today, she believes that students will be able to learn about sharing economy easily, and that a better sharing culture can be achieved.

 

 

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We look forward to the various activities of the sharing activists who have completed the Sharing Economy Academy.

Share Hub is cheering on Seongbuk-gu’s Sharing Economy Academy and Youth Sharing Economy School.

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