Education has always been a part of the lives of the Salish, Kootenai and Pend d'Oreille people. Traditionally, knowledge was passed from generation to generation to teach the skills and beliefs needed for life. A body of knowledge was created by the tribal members, which was the foundation for the transmission of culture. Most of this knowledge was transmitted through oral traditions in individual homes and communities until the introduction of non-Native educational practices and…See More
June 7-10, 2012, PS 24, the Dual Language School for International Studies in Brooklyn, NY, will host “Teach While Learning, Learn While Teaching.” This learning exchange will help participants see how all community members can engage in a learning environment that prioritizes relationships and collaboration. Adults as well as young people will reflect on their own learning while taking responsibility to teach others what they know.PS 24 has purposefully developed leadership among staff,…See More
Happy birthday!!! wow, you, Frida, and Delia's birthday's are all very close together, eh. I hope you have a wonderful day and that people at work took you out for lunch (or drinks).
see you in UT soon.
I’m trying to connect with Valley CLEers. LUPE, one of the orgs that hosted the CLE in the RGV, is organizing for immigration reform. At the moment we are pushing the DREAM Act, a bill that would allow many undocumented youth a path to citizenship if they continue their education. Because of your participation in the CLE, I thought you might be interested in this campaign. If you are, confirm my friend request and I’ll tell you more about it.
Hey Juan. I want to check in to see if you will have the video for tomorrow's CLE meeting. I'm looking forward to seeing this. It should stimulate our creativity for gathering information from participants. Take care.