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... can call forth in us a fortifying sense of joyful co-responsibility for the world we elicit and enact through the creative power of the interpretive strategies and world views we choose to engage, to explore, and to evolve with.
Imagine, for a moment, that you are the universe. But for the purposes of this thought experiment, let us imagine that you are not the disenchanted mechanistic universe of conventional modern cosmology, but rather a ...
... had mentioned that one or two were struggling towards the end of the module. I wasn't covering as much as I had planned in my lesson plans, and some things I considered were simple, took a lot longer for them to grasp. I was introducing the past tense, and time markers such as yesterday, last, ago, things that with drawn examples on the board I thought wed fly through, but when it came to checking that the students had the concept, it was obvious they hadn't. This theme continued ...
... beginners, and when it came down to it, I was teaching neither because there wasn't enough students for either class. My first actual time in a class room as a teacher was a one on one session with a student who needed some help to pass the exam to allow her to take next level. Paula was her name, a lovely Peruvian girl around 13 who if she passed would join my Saturday class. Next I was asked to take a conversation class on Friday evenings, the first week all the ...
... were a skilled culture creating many fine treasures. The archeologists discovered a pyramid containing several tombs dating from 100AD to 300AD and despite grave robbers there was a mega hoard of many items made of gold, silver, copper, pottery and more. We ended up doing two museums one with artefacts from the local area throughout the ages (up to the Inca period) and the other the artefacts found in the tombs of the The Lords of Sipan. It was fascinating how all ...
Upon arriving into Chiclayo, a town surrounded by desert in
the Northwest of Peru (although I may have got my barings slightly wrong,
please excuse me if I have), I checked into an ecolodge that I had been given
the address for by a some fellow travellers that I met in Medellin
(Colombia). These travellers told me
that the owner of this hostel is an expert on holistic medicines and that only
down the road (20 mins on the bus from this hostel), was ...