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Copy of ethno-teaching/ethno-learning

Presentation for AUDRN's Forum on Local Knowledge. DLSU-Dasmariñas. 19 January 2012.
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ethno-teaching
ethno-learning

facilitating local knowledge in the learning process through various teaching strategies
Prepared by Jessie G. Varquez, Jr.
for AUDRN's Forum on Local Knowledge
DLSU Dasmariñas. 19 January 2012
Where I'm coming from
Teacher and student of anthropology

Fieldwork experience
Where I'm coming from
student and teacher of
anthropology
archaeology,
social/cultural
, physical, linguistic
local knowledge
student's learning
first hand
novelty
teacher's knowledge
as researcher
years of teaching
other forms of engagements
content

and
reflexivity
in the learning process
working
framework
local knowledge?
"ethno-teaching"
"ethno-learning"
"A Vision of Students Today"
"The Machine is Us/ing Us"
online classrooms
www.nicenet.org
ANTH1: General Anthropology
ANTH170: LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
UP Mindanao Anthropology Field School
anthropology of sago
ancestral domain claims
women issues
mapping and wayfinding
rice farming
material culture
ethnotaxnomy
modes of teaching/
knowledge (re)production
lecture, reporting, recitation, field trip, essay, etc.
new platforms/
online resources
virtual classrooms, blogging, microblogging, youtube, facebook
why should i utilize online resources?
the idea is not to expect students to master online tools, rather to use it as a medium to express their learnings and deliver the message creatively
the challenge is to encourage creativity and confidence, without sacrificing content
as teachers, we are not expected to be experts of new technologies in facilitating knowledge (although it would't hurt to be one!)
path to explore
daghang salamat!
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