Year: 2016

Why Teachers and Artists must travel by Jacqueline Cofield | USA

Why Teachers and Artists must travel   | Jacqueline Cofield There are over 7.4 billion people on this planet. Many are intellectually stimulated by investigating our multicultural, ever-changing world. Educators and artists challenge our perspectives, influence our worldviews and how we interact with one another. It is largely when we travel–be it regionally, nationally or internationally– …

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Dragon Tears by Bérangère Parizeau | CANADA

Dragon Tears CANADA | Bérangère Parizeau Dragon Tears: a documentary film on the political ecology of planetary survival Directed by Bérangère Maïa Nathasha Parizeau Sending a prayer for the souls of those who have paid with their life for humanity’s violent confusion. “Documentary should act on our hearts, not on our minds alone.” – Michael Rabiger, …

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We Spoke English Without Speaking, Sometimes by Felicia Anderson | USA

We Spoke English Without Speaking, Sometimes USA | Felicia Anderson Moving to a new country with zero language familiarity came with its own communicative challenges. The year was 2013; I’d just arrived in Seoul, South Korea to begin orientation as an English teacher. The official language of Korea is 한국어 (“Hangul”/Korean). Teaching English as a Second …

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5 Ways The Arts Help Kids in School by Jacqueline Cofield | USA

5 Ways The Arts Help Kids in School USA | Jacqueline Cofield “Arts education is a key to training generations capable of reinventing the world that they have inherited. It supports the vitality of cultural identities by emphasizing their links with other cultures, thus contributing to the construction of a shared heritage. It helps to form tolerant …

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