Tag Archive: culture-based education

APC teacher Maura Lipanda finds hope for the Philippine uplands through culture-based education

I am Maura Deloso Lipanda, a Pulangiyēn community teacher of the Apu Palamguwan Cultural Education Center (APC) in Sitio Bendum, Northern Mindanao, Philippines, a Jesuit-supported Indigenous school. I am a Pulangiyēn Indigenous Community member and live along the Pulangi River headwaters…
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Living in hope with continuing conflict

Pedro Walpole SJ Culture refers to the pattern of life constructed by communities over generations and within its language and landscape that in its uniqueness not only describes but inhabits every nook of the land and relation of the people….
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Discourses on environment and climate justice: Stories of resilience and community-powered solutions toward a safe, clean, and just future for everyone

Jesuit Worldwide Learning (JWL) programs with APC empower students to share and engage in global conversations – APC students share their stories and learnings on the youth synodality experience at Balay Laudato Si’ during the launch of a booklet detailing…
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Learning simplicity, caring for the gaup, and living with the forest: A DepEd-Malaybalay visit to APC

Jenny Lynn Lee APC teachers and students were happy to meet with officials of Department of Education-Malaybalay (DepEd-Malaybalay) including Division Superintendent Dr. Victoria Gazo, who visited APC in Bendum on 12 to 13 December. The visit was inspired by Dr….
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