October 16, 2013
Twelve honors intercultural communication students travelled to a Navajo reservation in Arizona during fall break to participate in three service learning projects. First, they'll help design an anti-bullying program at Tsaile Elementary School. Then the students will put together a presentation for Diné College students about strategies for academic success. They'll also participate in the panel presentation "Teaching the 21st Century Learner" for faculty and staff of the college.
Check out photos and updates from the trip, as they happen:
|Students prepare to board the plane for Arizona.|
|Professor Donna Acerra and students chat in the Archival Center at Dine' College before their meeting with the college's dean.|
|NCC students walking in a hogan, an octagonal room used for ceremonies in the Navajo culture. One must walk clockwise in a hogan, as decreed by the Elders who have walked the same path.|
|Professors Mario and Donna Acerra, with Dr. Miranda Haskie and President Maggie George of Dine' College|
|Learning to make Navajo frybread.|
One of the many beautiful landscapes students were able to take in!
|NCC students Lauren and Ebelin learn how to weave.|
|Visiting KTNN Radio, voice of the Navajo Nation.|
|Students learned how to cook a Navajo taco, which is made from frybread, beans, veggies, and cheese. Then came the best part - eating it!|
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