Date: Tuesday, February 9 3:30-5:00
Hosted by: Shelburne Farms Co-facilitated by: Aimee Arandia Østensen of Shelburne Farms, MMarie Vea of UVM's Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, Judy Dow of Gedakina and Emily Hoyler of Tarrant Institute for Innovative EducationIntended Audience: K-12 educators with some familiarity with place-based education.
Engage with us to question and unsettle our notions of place, colonization, and identity together as we strive to decolonize our teaching practices. How do we experience and perpetuate colonization in our classrooms? What is the nature of our relationship to place as individuals and communities? Together we’ll tease apart, examine and begin to reconstruct what place-based education is and can be. This 1.5 hour workshop is designed for K-12 educators with some familiarity with place-based education.
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