STS0010: London Black Teachers’ Network – BHM 2017 – Our Story within the History Curriculum

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STS0010: London Black Teachers’ Network – BHM 2017 – Our Story within the History Curriculum

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The London Black Teachers’ Network (LBTN) hosted a very insightful evening in celebration of BHM.  In this podcast hear highlights from the event on 29th Sep 2017 including the keynote presentations and workshops:

Astehmari Batekun – Black Open University
Where the history of African Mathematics meets the National Curriculum

Jak Beula – Nubian Jak Foundation
World War Memorial @ Black Cultural Archive

Michael Ohajuru
John Blanke – The Black Tudor

Michael Williams – Bis Publications
Black Inventors in Science

Cheryl Phoenix – Black Child Agenda

Selena Carty – Black Poppy Appeal

 

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More info on the Black Open University can be found at abundancecentre.org

  • Hear testimonials from our abunDANCE in Schools programme:
    • Workshops for children and teachers – learning support services for primary and secondary schools.
    • NEW WORKSHOP: Bones, Drums and Mathematics in Africa; 1) introducing the Ishango bone calculator, the world’s oldest mathematical artefact (22000 years old, from the Uganda/Congo region) that demonstrates rich knowledge of prime numbers and lunar time cycles. 2) introducing how knowledge of number (binary specifically) enables you to talk through the drum with music.

CDT0003: Reviews and Reflections on the Unifiedknowledge Approach to Education – Summary review of BOU Summer School 2017

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CDT0002: Reviews and Reflections on the Unifiedknowledge Approach to Education – Summary review of BOU Summer School 2017 –  (http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=364)

We have now completed our Black Open University – Summer School 2017.  Here is your chance to hear from many of the distinguished members of the learner-ship sharing and reasoning with Astehmari Batekun on the experiences and deep insights of the whole course.

This is essential listening for parents, teachers and community school builders, share in and enjoy the wonderful journey we have had this summer.  Get ready for the new learning opportunities coming this term and next.

Empowerment in action, power in principle, get involved now.

 

Find out more about the Black Open University – Summer School 2017:

 

Hear the Collective Deep Trust Show CDT0002: Parents and professionals – Re-thinking education from an African place of being – 1st day of Summer School testimonial

 

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Link to this podcast:

http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=364

CDT0002: Parents and professionals – Re-thinking education from an African place of being – 1st day of Summer School testimonial

SHOW: Collective Deep Trust –

Parents and professionals - Re-thinking education from an African place of being - 1st day of Summer School testimonial

CDT0002: Parents and professionals – Re-thinking education from an African place of being – 1st day of Summer School testimonial

 

We have now started our Black Open University – Summer School 2017.  Here is your chance to hear from one of the distinguished members of the learner-ship sharing and reasoning with Astehmari Batekun on the experiences and deep insights of this first day.

A profound reshaping of our space has taken place, watch it take form, or better still get involved and add your force to make it happen with even more perfect due brilliance.

Be empowered, be responsible.

 

Find out more about the Black Open University – Summer School 2017:

 

Find out more about the uLearn Naturally Learners’ Cooperative:

 

Other related useful links:

 

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