Category Archives: Video

Teaching for Social Justice Through Collaborative Ethnography

By JOE BROOKS We had a great conversation in Los Angeles recently, with veteran educators Felipe Sanchez and Alexandra Gonzales. We’re building a community focused pedagogy K-16. It’s all here and they said it so well. Join us for the … Continue reading

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“Kids Get It!” Waste Reduction and Service-Learning

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East LA Interchange: A Story of Community and Change

East LA Interchange tells the story of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights, the oldest neighborhood in East Los Angeles. The question of whether an evolving Boyle Heights can preserve its unique culture and history along with a desire to create new … Continue reading

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Voices of Educators: The Ecology of Teaching

Be sure to check out CWI’s “Voices of Educators,” our ongoing series of interviews with veteran k-16 and community educators from across the U.S. and around the globe. Our theme is Place as the Context, Service-Learning as the Strategy, and … Continue reading

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