Campus News 2012

For Immediate Release
October 11, 2012

‘Past Is Prologue’ Workshop at Schreiner Oct. 20

‘Past Is Prologue’ Workshop at Schreiner Oct. 20

The 18th annual Past Is Prologue workshop, co-sponsored by Schreiner University’s Center for Innovative Learning and Past Is Prologue: A Learning Way, will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, in the Hanszen Fine Arts Theatre on Schreiner campus. This year’s workshop will be led by Mobi Warren, a local educator and master naturalist, who will present “Growing Woman.”

Warren, a teacher in San Antonio, also is a writer, a climate activist and organizer of San Antonio 350, which is affiliated with 350.org, the international grassroots campaign for climate action. She also is no stranger to Past Is Prologue, according to Dr. Kathleen Hudson, professor of English at Schreiner.

“She has been involved with Past Is Prologue (PIP) from the beginning, working with founder Jeanne Slobod, founder of CIL—and Paula Underwood, author of ‘The Walking People,’” she said.

The Past is Prologue Educational Program is based on an ancient Native American approach to learning that focuses on right and left brain coordination, listening and respect for all ways.

On Oct. 20, there will be two sessions at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Registration for the workshops will begin at 9 a.m. The first session will concentrate on building community, and the second session will focus on learning from stories.

The workshops are free and open to the public, however, space is limited. Participants can earn up to six continuing education credits for attending both workshops. To register, call or email Dr. Kathleen Hudson at 830-792-7409 or at khudson@schreiner.edu. Those interested also can sign up for only the morning or afternoon session.

For more information about Past Is Prologue: A Learning Way, visit www.learningpeople.org. For more information about Schreiner, visit www.schreiner.edu.

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