Lessons Learned: A Guide to Accident Prevention & Crisis Response

Ajango, Deb

Published by Association for Experiential Education
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Synopsis: Over 10,000 years, Alaska's Native peoples perfected teaching and learning practices that ensured the survival of their communities. These ancient approaches offer strategies to make education more engaging to a wider range of students and more relevant to the challenge of teaching for global survival. Stop Talking includes reflections on education from Alaska Native Elders, strategies for applying indigenous pedagogies in western learning environments, and reports from non-indigenous faculty who have tried these approaches in their classrooms. It brings fresh insights and new voices to the conversation about best practices and transformative experiences in higher education.

About the Author: Deb Ajango was hired as the director of the University of Alaska Anchorage's Outdoor Education department roughly one month prior to a tragic, college-led mountaineering accident that occurred in 1997. As a result, she was integral in the review and rewrite of the program's risk management plan and system. Since that time, Ms. Ajango has been asked to provide risk management consultation and program reviews (in the areas of outdoor education, recreation, and crisis response) throughout the United States.

Deb has an extensive background working as a practitioner and administrator in the profession and is currently a member of the Association for Experiential Education's Accreditation Council. She has nearly 2000 field days of experience, including trips throughout Alaska, northern Canada, the continental United State, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, Tanzania, Kenya, Australia and New Zealand.

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Book Description University of Alaska Anchorage. Paperback. Condition: New. 220 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.7in.Over 10, 000 years, Alaskas Native peoples perfected teaching and learning practices that ensured the survival of their communities. These ancient approaches offer strategies to make education more engaging to a wider range of students and more relevant to the challenge of teaching for global survival. Stop Talking includes reflections on education from Alaska Native Elders, strategies for applying indigenous pedagogies in western learning environments, and reports from non-indigenous faculty who have tried these approaches in their classrooms. It brings fresh insights and new voices to the conversation about best practices and transformative experiences in higher education. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780970284501

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