Playa Turchese Residence - Las Terrenas
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... unique gifts and while we are all feeling challenges to be the best teachers we can we are also loving getting the experience to build into the lives of our students.
please pray that we will continue to stay healthy and have the energy we need to be great teachers. please pray that we will team well with each other and not miss the rest of our team too baldy!
... amongst their fellow community members, humbling themselves as not to foster a "God-complex." Furthermore, they were willing to learn from the community members, acknowledging that they were not the only ones with something to offer.
Throughout our own short time learning about community development, I saw two major parallels between our work and what I have learnt about development in the textbook. Firstly, we were ...
Our goal was to present our findings and our concepts in such a way that avoided condensing and God-complex infused tones. We are young students, and humbly recognized we don’t know everything at an academic level, nor are we experts on a field level. So our desire was to present in such a way of sharing what we had been learning and observing. Understanding that the topics of our presentation were ...
... business members. The goals and dreams were diverse, however, a common theme of bettering the community - whether through development of education, increased support for single mothers, or improved infrastructure - generally pervaded.
Secondly, we spoke of the limitations on accomplishing these goals, as revealed to us through our many interviews. We noticed a predominant pattern in this category, where individual ...
La Travesia was sort of a personal dream of mine come true. La Travesia is a tiny, secluded mountain village of about 200 people. It is only accessible by hiking, motorcycle, or 4x4. The village relies almost exclusively on agriculture for work, and they grow COFFEE. I love coffee, and had the amazing opportunity to see the trees, and a little of the bean drying processing while we were up there. I also got to buy 5lbs. of ...