Posted: October 14, 2009
The Past Is Prologue: Annual Workshop!
Ancient Wisdom in Times of Change
PIP is committed to:
- Perpetuating this Ancient Wisdom for future generations
- Gathering all that we know and understand
- Weaving together our understandings
- Sharing the Old Things with those who wish to learn
- Finding viable ways to apply this Wisdom to our current circumstance
We understand that this Native American Oral History written down by Paula Underwood has been given as a gift to all Earth’s children “so that all this gathered Wisdom might not again be washed away by a towering Ocean of Change.”
WHEN: Occurs annually on the 3rd Saturday of October.
WHERE: Hanszen Fine Arts Center, Schreiner University.
SPACE LIMITED: Contact Kathleen Hudson at (830) 792-7409 or e-mail email@example.com
To learn more about the power of PIP and how others have used it in their professional lives, go to http://www.schreiner.edu/pip/intro.html
Posted: Septmeber 12th, 2008 (NEW EVENT!)
PAST IS PROLOGUE: A LEARNING WAY, CENTER FOR INNOVATIVE LEARNING
SCHREINER UNIVERSITY, Kerrville, Texas
You are cordially invited to two free events the third weekend in October Sponsored by Past is Prologue (PIP): A Learning Way, and Schreiner University’s Center for Innovative Learning (CIL) this annual workshop shares timeless wisdom from the first written Native American oral history, The Walking People, authored by Paula Underwood. This year’s theme adopts the Hopi saying that begins with “We are the ones we have been waiting for...” It is we who must change our behavior towards the environment to sustain the lives of the seventh generation hence. Participants will learn what this ancient people learned from cataclysmic environmental changes, and we will discuss how those lesson apply to our present daunting environmental challenges.
All events will take place in the Hanszen Fine Arts Center on the campus of Schreriner University.
The first event, beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 17 will features the Native American Learning Story “Who Speaks for Wolf” told by Mobi Warren, an educator, and expert storyteller.
This will be followed by a general discussion, led by panelists who have demonstrated in their own lives their understanding of living gently on the earth.
The second event is a workshop on Saturday Oct. 18th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The morning session will involve relevant experiential learning through a Native American story. The afternoon session will focus on some traditional tools which are easily assimilated and readily available for helping us navigate through rapid environmental changes.
Earn up to eight continuing professional education credits/units by attending both the Friday and Saturday events. If you attend both sessions on Saturday, you my receive six credits For your convenience and to facilitate greater participation, if you can only attend one of the two sessions on Saturday, then you will receive three credits.
We look forward to welcoming you to this 14th annual Past is Prologue workshop.
To learn more about the program and what other educators have said, go to http://www.schreiner.edu/pip/intro.html
Posted: March 23, 2008
The Past Is Prologue: a learning way annual Board meeting was held February 2nd at Schreiner University, Kerrville, Texas.
Posted: February 3, 2007
Past Is Prologue: A Learning Way is holding its annual board meeting on Saturday, February 3rd , at Schreiner University, Kerrville, Texas. Plans will be made at that time for the 2007 workshops. Information regarding the next “PIP” event will be posted following the meeting.
Posted: February 3, 2007
Past Is Prologue: A Learning Way celebrates the launch of their new website!