Indigenous Perspectives and Critical Pedagogy

Date: July 16, 2012
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Cost: free
Contact: anocella01@hamline.edu
Location: Bush Library Room 205
Sponsor: Save the Kids
Description:

Leading indigenous educator Four Arrows speaks on indigenous perspectives and critical pedagogy.
 

Four Arrows, aka Don Trent Jacobs, Ph.D., Ed.D., is author of Primal Awareness, Teaching Virtues, A Last Hope Curriculum; editor of Unlearning the Language of Conquest and co-author with Greg Cajete and John Lee of Critical Neurophilosophy and Indigenous Wisdom among other acclaimed books. Former director of education at Oglala Lakota College and tenured associate professor at NAU, he is currently a faculty in the College of Educational Leadership and Change at Fielding Graduate University. He was named by AERO one of 27 visionary educators for their book, Turning Points, and is recipient of the Martin Springer Institute for Holocaust Studies 2004 Moral Courage Award. 


Free for all and public invited!
 

Sponsored by Save the Kids (www.savethekidsgroup.org). For questions or concerns, contact Anthony Nocella at 315-657-2911 or anocella01@hamline.edu.