What learning environment best prepares our children with the necessary understandings and habits of mind that will foster sustainable life practices? How do we engage and inspire students with the world in a meaningful way? Hear from three speakers whose work with children directly serves these goals by helping children better understand their place in the world. Paneleists: Brenda Baker, Director of Exhibits, Madison Children's Museum; Victoria Rydberg, Environmental Consultant, Department of Public Instruction; and Elizabeth Arth, Co-Founder, Madison Waldorf School discuss how their work helps children better understand their place in the world. Rachel Martin moderates.