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Indigenous Speaker Series: Meixi

When Learning is Life-Giving: Re-designing Schools with Indigenous ethics

Event Details

Date
Friday, April 23, 2021
Time
12 p.m.
Location
Description
How might schools contribute to the thriving of families, communities, and the lands where they live? Meixi explores how educational systems can be transformed when teachers, researchers, young people and their families cultivate ethical relationships of consent and reciprocity with lands and each other.

Dr. Meixi is a Hokchiu learning scientist and former teacher who grew up with the Lahu tribe in northern Thailand.
Cost
Free

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