This page is REALLY being built, with your input we will have a version in progress at the end of every quarter. To help you plan for your year-long work we are building this page with sites on Reconciliation. To help you plan for your weekly work you may want to use the TESC Campus Calendar
2005 - "Reconciliation with
reality - awareness of reality"
Suggested readings and
materials for the year:
A Pedagogy for Liberation-Shor & Freire-0897891058;
We Make the Road by Walking-Horton & Freire-0877227756;
Pedagogy of Hope, by Paulo Freire
Broad and Alien is the World by Ciro Alegria is the reading for students who plan to travel to Peru in Winter;
The Daughters of the Conquistadors
Education for Extinction
The Art of Changing the Brain
Peggy McIntosh's White Privilege article.
Winter 2006 - "Reconciliation with world indigenous communities - awareness of reality, then self-awareness"
In winter, we plan to individually, or in small study groups, develop the historical background for the chosen question and do the integrative review of the literature and data collection
Suggested questions/topics: What is an emerging curriculum?
How to use the TESC Campus Calendar to plan for our week's work. Weeks 1 and 2 - Suggested individual work:
Learning from our program web page: using the learning tools and other links from the front page. Study groups cover main readings and propose group workshops.
Students present their projects as work in progress (and at any time during the year) using their new technological skills: overhead projector to power point presentations, from hard copies to videos, multimedia and web pages. Faculty/Guests/Students curriculum and instruction; self-assessment, peer evaluation and collaborative assessment.
Starting week one there could be students' project presentations both: live and online in our web X site
Spring 2006 - "Reconciliation with the self - awareness of reality, then self-awareness, then praxis and concientizacao"
"Expectations" of a Reconciliation student
end, the Evergreen education, and the Reconciliation program is oriented around the Five Foci.
Using Bloom's Taxonomy, Reconciliation co-learners at the end of the year can assess their own experience in the program.
To fulfill our mission, our learning community will consistently provide opportunities that will make it possible for each of us to be able to:
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