On Jan. 5 - 8, 2012, the CLE will convene in San Marcos, Texas, to engage in conversation about the politics of education and community development. This CLE will revisit the historical context of Central Texas, its contribution to the national consciousness and political ethos through its most recognizable citizen, President Lyndon B. Johnson. Within this context, participants will discuss how their own stories are connected to building sustainable and healthy communities. Those personal stories will contribute to the dialogue and set the stage for visits to local community-based organizations. These site visits and discussions will inform and create the space for insightful team reflections, analysis, and action planning.
Location: Central Texas
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2013
Here's the link to the Collective Leadership (Q-sort) exercise, it takes about 20-30 minutes and all participants should do it prior to arrival if possible.
Below are handouts and materials from the CLE:
Howdy Digi Hunt Teams!Here is your guiding thought for your final representation/product...create an expression that tells your (digi hunt) group story and the intersections of education, politics,…Continue
As we begin to draw closer to our Central Texas Gathering, we ask that you take a few minutes to read the flyer for the CLE and then think about some of the concepts and connections that we hope to…Continue