Thursday, September 11
San Juan College's Solar Service Project in Tibet
The Federal Reserve's $4 Trillion Bet on the Financial Markets
Nancy Mike, Michael Thompson and Harry Walters
Adapting the Dine Philosophy Paradigm
This past summer SJC completed its second solar service project in Tibet, where students outfitted solar power in a 600 year old monastery perched on the side of a 25,000 ft. sacred peak. In 2012 the program outfitted a remote village's medical clinic. Come to see pictures, hear stories, and learn about this amazing region of the world!
QE stands for "Quantitative Easing" which the Fed is engaged in to lower interest rates in response to the 2008 recession. This program is unprecedented and has dramatically affected all asset classes including the housing industry and stock prices and will continue to do so fo years to come. This presentation is meant to give you the information to separate truth from myth.
There are many successful models of effective teaching, including the model that SJC has designed. Because of our location in the Four Corners, we can look to Native American cultures to see a model for life processes that can be compared and contrasted with that educational model. We will compare, contrast, and adapt the Dine philosophy to the effective teaching model.