"The posting below looks at principles for the design of learning communities (LCs). It is from Chapter 2 - Preparing for Powerful Learning Communities, in the book, Powerful Learning Communities: A Guide to Developing Student, Faculty, and Professional Learning Communities to Improve Student Success and Organizational Effectiveness, by Oscar T. Lenning, Denise M. Hill, Kevin P. Saunders, Alisha Solan, and Andria Stokes."
This extract from Chapter 6 of Race and Pickford (2017) provides sound advice for post-secondary educators.
Race, Phil, & Pickford, Ruth. (2007). Making Teaching Work: 'Teaching Smarter' in Post-Compulsory Education. London, England: Sage Publications.
Following the news article, there are "Tips from Bob Steele, a retired UBC professor of art education, for parents or caregivers on using art as a tool for developing a child’s literacy" (Drawing for learning, deck).
"Watch this short, satirical film, written by Oren Ginzburg and narrated by actor and comedian David Mitchell, which tells the story of how tribal peoples are being destroyed in the name of ‘development’."
Essays on this Schooling the World resource page (2014.10.06) include:
The Other Way of Knowing
To Hell With Good Intentions
Education is Ignorance
Do Indigenous Peoples Benefit from “Development?”
Indigenising Curriculum: Questions Posed by Baiga Vidya
Indigenous Knowledge Systems / Alaska Native Ways of Knowing
Childhood in an Indian Village